Innovative Solutions to Reduce OR Time for Spinal Surgeries and improve Patient Outcomes
In recent years, spinal surgeries have evolved as more technologies become available to treat patients with spinal conditions. According to a study published in World Neurosurgery, there were 153,288 anterior cervical discectomy and fusions performed in the U.S., and volume is expected to increase 13.3% through 2040. Posterior cervical discectomy and fusions are also expected to grow 19.3%.
How it works
Maybe you already have an idea you need help perfecting?
Or you keep encountering the same challenge in the OR with no solution in sight?
IDT works directly with orthopedic surgeons or with their clients’ engineers to fully understand the problem at hand and to create the best solution.
Our goal is to design and develop better implants and surgical instrumentation to reduce time in the OR, support better surgical outcomes, and minimize costs.
Learn more about our approach.
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