Middlesex Leads the Way
Middlesex Health recently became the first health system in New England to use Globus Medical's Excelsius3D™ intraoperative imaging device.
It began using the state-of-the-art device in early July during spine surgeries. However, the technology can also be used during other, general orthopedic surgeries as well.
This technology is important because it offers superior enhanced imaging. It also combines three imaging modalities (cone-beam CT scan, fluoroscopy and digital radiography) into one piece of equipment, minimizing the equipment needed in the operating room and decreasing the amount of time a patient is in surgery.
In addition, Globus Medical's Excelsius3D™ works in tandem with Globus Medical’s ExcelsiusGPS™, which Middlesex began using in 2018 to view patient anatomy in real time during minimally invasive spine surgeries. Together, the technology is designed to improve the accuracy when placing implants, lower radiation exposure, and shorten the length of a surgery.
About Middlesex Health Orthopedic Services
Middlesex Health’s orthopedic surgeons represent private orthopedic practices in Middlesex County and along the Connecticut shoreline. They treat a variety of orthopedic conditions and use the latest technology to ensure the best possible outcomes.
If surgery is needed, surgeries are performed in state-of-the-art operating rooms at Middlesex Hospital in Middletown. These operating rooms are specifically designed to accommodate orthopedic surgeries. Some surgeries may also be performed at an outpatient surgical facility, also located in Middletown.
For more information about orthopedic services at Middlesex Health, click here.
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