Viseon launches advanced visualization system for minimally invasive spine surgery

The MaxView 4K visualization system. [Image courtesy of Viseon]Viseon announced today that it began the U.S. commercial rollout and initial clinical use of its MaxView 4K advanced visualization system.

Irvine, California-based Viseon describes its MaxView 4K system as a first-of-its-kind advanced visualization system for minimally invasive spine surgery. The state-of-the-art system involves no capital equipment expense and occupies no operating room footprint. It features a single-use, sterile 4K imaging camera and a reusable, non-sterile 4K image control box.

As a 4K digital platform, the system can offer real-time procedural video recording and still image capture. This enables the surgeon to develop a digital content database for teaching, presentations, publications and more. The implant-agnostic system has compatibility with all major currently marketed lateral access retractors, Viseon says.

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