Robotic Brain Surgery Technology

ROSA ONE® Brain Robot

 

 

Overview

You are unique, so your treatment should be too. ROSA ONE helps your doctor tailor your surgery to you.

If you are living with intractable epilepsy, certain types of brain cancer, or a movement disorder like Parkinson’s disease, your doctor may recommend a surgery using ROSA ONE. ROSA ONE is used in therapeutic and/or diagnostic brain surgery. This includes procedures such as SEEG, responsive neurostimulation (RNS), deep brain stimulation (DBS), and biopsy.

 

 

Is robotic brain surgery right for you?

Only you and your doctor can make this decision. But robotic brain surgery has a few advantages. The surgery is usually minimally invasive, creating only small holes the size of a pencil in the skull. Minimally invasive surgery can lead to shorter operative times1 and less pain2 than open surgery. Also, the robot helps your surgeon place your instruments accurately and efficiently1

 

 

 

Resources

Check out the brochures below to see how ROSA ONE could be used in your surgery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Features of

Zimmer Biomet Robotic Brain Surgery

ROSA ONE is the most widely used brain surgery robot in the world3. With this trusted technology and robotic accuracy1, you can have the peace of mind knowing that your instrument will be placed in the right spot.

ROSA ONE acts as a guide for surgeons, helping them create an individual surgical plan for each patient.  Your surgeon stays in control of the entire procedure, while using the accuracy1 of a robotic arm. Plus, surgeries done using ROSA ONE are often minimally invasive, which can mean less pain and discomfort2 compared to open surgery.

Accurate Placement of Instruments1

Minimally Invasive Surgery

Personalized Treatment Plan

Minimal Head Shaving Needed

Reduced Surgical Time Compared to Open Surgery1

Most Widely Used Robot for Functional Brain Surgery3

 

 

 

ROSA ONE Brain FAQs

 

 

 

DIAGNOSIS

What is Drug Resistant Epilepsy?

If you’ve tried 2 or more seizure medications, but are unable to become, and remain, seizure-free, you may hear the phrase drug resistant epilepsy. Here’s a look at what that means. 

DIAGNOSIS

What is Drug Resistant Epilepsy?

If you’ve tried 2 or more seizure medications, but are unable to become, and remain, seizure-free, you may hear the phrase drug resistant epilepsy. Here’s a look at what that means. 

 

 

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Zimmer Biomet is a medical device manufacturer and does not practice medicine. Not all patients are candidates for this product and/or procedure. Only a medical professional can determine the treatment appropriate for your specific condition. Results are not necessarily typical, indicative, or representative of all patients. Results will vary due to health, type of condition, and other variables. Appropriate post-operative activities and restrictions will differ from patient to patient.

Talk to your surgeon about whether robotic brain surgery is right for you and the risks of the procedure, including the risk of infection, bleeding, or stroke, any of which could require additional surgery. For additional information, visit www.zimmerbiomet.com.

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