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The VUZE System



Dynamic Online Image Registration (DOLIR)™ is implemented by VUZE in software. The only hardware added in the OR is an on-cart, off-the-shelf PC and a touchscreen. The simplicity and affordability of common X-Ray guidance are both maintained. As for tool neutrality/specificity, with VUZE it may be configured by software. 

Immediate focus is on spinal stabilization by implants or cement injections, with three million applicable surgeries annually. Other spinal and skeletal interventions are expected to follow. 


VUZE displays critical cross-sectional views that are currently unavailable during X-Ray guided surgery. It overlays instantly the positions and trajectories of surgical tools seen in standard intra-operative 2D X-Ray images onto cross-sections generated from a standard pre-operative CT scan. Further facilitating this workflow, only top-view (a.k.a. AP) X-Rays are required.

Copyright © 2024 VUZE Medical Ltd. All rights reserved. Proprietary. Patents granted. Patents pending. The VUZE system, VUZE software and Dynamic Online Image Registration (DOLIR) are trademarks of VUZE Medical.

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Adding the Online Images
that Surgeons Need Most:

Vertebral Cross-Sections






Before Surgery


Surgeon Sees This Today

In Surgery

Safe tool insertions into a vertebra, the best view is a cross-section

Standard 3D CT scan, incl. cross-sections, for diagnosis and planning

Tool insertion into a vertebra

Tool in 2D X-Ray image

(no cross-sections)


Surgeon Sees with VUZE 

Tool and trajectory are detected in X-Ray image and placed on a matching CT cross-section

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