12 facilities adding robotic surgical devices

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Here are 12 facilities that installed robotic surgical devices this year:

Dudley Private Hospital in Orange, Australia, acquired a $1 million Rosa robotic surgical assistant for total knee replacement surgery.

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock purchased an ExcelsiusGPS robotic system for spine surgery.

Rapid City, S.D.-based Monument Health installed the Rosa Knee System to assist surgeons with knee replacement procedures.

Houston-based INOV8 Surgical acquired a TSolution One robotic system for total knee replacements.

Midland (Texas) Health owns a Mazor X Stealth robotic navigation system along with two DaVinci robots.

Manassas, Va.-based Novant Health UVA Prince William Medical Center installed Stryker's Mako System to assist with total and partial knee replacements.

San Ramon (Calif.) Regional Medical Center purchased an ExcelsiusGPS system for spine surgery.

Youngstown, Ohio-based The Orthopaedic Surgery Center installed Stryker's Mako system to assist surgeons during joint replacement procedures.

Ranson, W.Va.-based West Virginia University Medicine Jefferson Medical Center added the Rosa Knee System to assist with knee replacement procedures

Rupert, Idaho-based Minidoka Memorial Hospital installed Stryker's Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Technology.

Carondelet Neurological Institute in Tucson, Ariz., acquired a robot for complex spinal fusion surgeries.

Hackensack (N.J.) University Medical Center acquired Think Surgical's TSolution One Total Knee Application robot for orthopedic surgeons, becoming the first facility in the U.S. to do so.

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