Cleveland-based Lazurite designed the ArthroFree system to incorporate its proprietary low-heat, high-intensity Meridiem light engine technology with advanced camera, battery and wireless transmission technologies and drop-in compatibility with patient data consoles, surgical displays and endoscopes. The company aims for the ArthroFree system to improve operating room productivity, patient safety and economic value.
According to a news release, ArthroFree represents the first and only wireless camera system for minimally invasive surgery to garner FDA clearance. Lazurite announced in January that it was submitting the system for 510(k) clearance.
Lazurite CEO and Co-Founder Eugene Malinskiy called the regulatory nod “the beginning of the operating room of the future.”
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