October 23, 2022
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Captiva Spine and Remex Medical have announced an exclusive, long-term strategic partnership for the development of robotic and navigational spine surgery solutions, according to a Captiva Spine press release.
The companies have developed a minimally invasive spinal navigation system that has received FDA 510(k) clearance and is available for commercial use, according to the release. The platform includes two pedicle screw systems and a posterior sacroiliac joint fusion system.
“This platform for spine navigation helps fulfill our commitment to being a clinical and economical solution with advanced enabling technology for spine care,” Dale Mitchell, president of Captiva Spine, said in the release. “We plan to have a technically advanced navigation platform to improve spine procedural efficiency and be economically feasible for the growing number of ASCs and specialty hospitals throughout the United States,” Mitchell added.
“We are pleased to enter the U.S. marketplace with our new strategic partner, Captiva Spine,” Nelson Lin, CEO of Remex Medical, said in the release. “We share an enthusiasm and commitment to providing ongoing advancements for the betterment of spine care. Remex has been researching and developing this platform for 8 years with proven clinical performance,” Lin said.