The first application of our breakthrough technology is the operating room—a complex, high-stakes environment that requires precision, advanced skills and accurate live data. Proprio was born out of the recognition that, today, surgeons rely on a mix of legacy tools, including microscopes, loupes, monitors and radiological imagery, that all pull attention away from the patient.
Today’s systems require the surgeon and team to constantly switch their focus in order to interpret static, 2D information into a dynamic 3D space. The current approach has limited what surgeons can do and how they can leverage the right tools to see what they need to see, all at once, to make the best decisions.
Proprio’s PARADIGM™ system is an algorithmic, real-time, multimodal image registration device for the performance of surgery. Using Proprio’s multi-camera system, surgeons access all the data they need—including pre-operative imaging, powerful magnification, virtual annotation and collaborative feedback—directly in their field of view. And because this perspective shifts with them, naturally, the system is completely intuitive to use.
The power of this technology goes beyond visualization. It enables teams to see through obstructions, magnify in and out without losing depth of field or surface detail, align tools with precise pre-operative plans and collaborate with colleagues anywhere in the world.
We are currently running additional pilot programs in neuro and orthopedic surgery working closely with physicians at some of the best teaching hospitals in the world.
Proprio’s enhanced vision will impact how well surgeons and teams can perform to save and improve lives. This will have enormous clinical impact benefiting all stakeholders in the system.
More seamless operative workflows.
Reduced procedural pain-points.
More cost-effective than existing systems.
Accurate display of high-resolution imaging.
Highly-sensitive tracking of tools and instruments.
Real-time feedback from colleagues anywhere.
Reduced cognitive and ergonomic load for surgeons.
AI and machine learning for performance improvement and evaluation.
More powerful and dynamic magnification.
A safer environment for surgical teams and patients with decreased need for x-ray fluoroscopy.
Surgical teaching and training with rich simulation anchored in real anatomy.