Globus is used in spine procedures such as posterior screw and rod fixation. Medical images are taken and imported into Globus. Your surgeon uses these images are to determine the screws' size and placement. This creates a surgical plan based on patient's individual anatomy. The surgical plan directs the robotic arm to a specific area of your spine, similar to a road map or a GPS directions. The surgeon uses this route to accurately place the screws.
The surgical instruments and implants are displayed on the screen for the surgeon and team to monitor. The display allows the entire team to view live feedback during the procedure.