December 01, 2020 06:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Viseon, Inc., a leader in minimally invasive spine surgery visualization technologies, today announced MaxView™ facilitates more rapid adoption of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery procedures by providing an enhanced teaching and learning experience. MaxView™ is a state-of-the-art technology that provides a first-of-its-kind, unobstructed view into Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery procedures. This intraoperative view of the surgical site is displayed in high definition onto operating room monitors, allowing for a magnified see and be seen experience. Surgeon trainees now have the ability to observe the procedure in real time and trainers have the confidence to allow trainees to perform a greater portion of the surgery earlier in their training, intervening only when necessary. Gregory Mundis, MD, Co-Director of the San Diego Spine Fellowship Program at Scripps Green Hospital and Rady Children’s Hospital, commented, “Viseon’s MaxView™ has enabled me to let go of the knife and trust my fellows months earlier in their training. They get to see very early in their training how I perform the procedures and subsequently I am able to directly observe and direct their hands through MaxView™ video assistance.”
“As profound as it may sound, the surgeon’s enhanced ability to see accelerates adoption of advanced techniques, improves OR efficiency and minimizes risks of complications”Tweet this
Teaching and learning Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery procedures has historically been challenging for many reasons, all of which remain barriers to adoption. The most significant challenge to adoption of these procedures is limited visualization, being that only one person can view the surgical site at any given time. As a result, many trainees leave residency, fellowship or industry-sponsored training with a lack of confidence to adopt the procedure in their practice. “Learning a procedure and adopting a procedure are two totally different things. For the first time ever, MaxView™ is enhancing the trainer and trainee experience, ultimately resulting in surgeon confidence and increased adoption rates of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery procedures,” stated Matt Anderson, Viseon Vice President US Sales. “As profound as it may sound, the surgeon’s enhanced ability to see accelerates adoption of advanced techniques, improves OR efficiency and minimizes risks of complications,” added Mr. Anderson. The MaxView™ System provides superior visualization through minimally invasive access that is unobstructed by instrument handles and surgeon hands, and projects a real-time image onto the OR monitor, allowing the entire OR team to observe the highly magnified HD views. As a result, trainees leave training programs with a superior experience and increased confidence to more rapidly adopt advanced procedures into their practice.
About Viseon, Inc.
Viseon has developed a unique portfolio of devices to improve the procedural and clinical outcomes of many Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery procedures. In addition to rapid product development of its products, Viseon has assembled a world-class Clinical Advisory Board of leading MISS physicians, amassed a significant intellectual property portfolio, completed a large series of clinical use and is currently in phase-one of US commercialization. Viseon is a privately held medical device company founded in early 2017 as a spin-out from Rebound Therapeutics Corporation, and is located in Irvine, California.