NASS2019: Robotics Spotlight Is On New Platforms By Globus Medical, NuVasive
Robotic systems took center stage at this year's annual spine society meeting in Chicago. NuVasive unveiled its new Pulse robotic spine surgery system with several differentiating features. Globus Medical showcased a new imaging platform and Interbody module.
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