An integrated technology platform to enable better spine surgery
In a single, expandable platform, Pulse™ integrates multiple enabling technologies to improve workflow, reduce variability, and increase the reproducibility of surgical outcomes.
Our purpose is to transform outcomes through best-in-class surgical technology.
We focus on advancing global adoption of less disruptive surgery and improving the standard of care by pairing industry-leading procedures with enabling technologies.
Everything you need in a single platform.
Supporting 100% of Spine
The Pulse platform can be utilized in all spine cases. This level of utility currently rivals all competitive systems on the market, addressing a wider range of clinical challenges.
*The Pulse platform can be used in every procedure; however, not all modalities are cleared for every procedure.
Customized to meet your unique needs
Pulse has been designed to scale with you. The platform’s modular architecture allows for flexible technology packages. This enables surgeons to select the exact tools they need to address specific pathologies and spine surgeries.
More than the sum of the parts
Pulse is the first spine technology platform to integrate independent technologies for a more effective and meaningful delivery of information.
Connect everyone in the Operating Room
The platform’s built-in wireless functionality allows everyone in the OR to access the technologies independently. This means the spine surgeon, neurophysiologist, C-arm tech, and others can work simultaneously, while still communicating relevant information.
Enhanced integration with 3D mobile C-arm
While Pulse is an open imaging platform, it offers enhanced integration with Siemens’ cutting edge 3D mobile C-arm, the Cios Spin®
The Cios Spin features dedicated 3D technologies, more efficiency in 3D imaging built on a smart plug-and-play concept, and more cost-effectiveness in surgery.
Multiple technologies to help deliver a better procedure
Independent access for everyone in the OR
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*The integration of the LessRay technology is currently under development and not available in Pulse. The timeline for availability cannot be guaranteed.
**2D Navigation technology is currently under development and not available in Pulse. The timeline for availability cannot be guaranteed.
Pulse is not a CE marked product