Innovations for efficacy and safety in the brain space

 

900,000 people in the U.S. currently live with primary brain tumors

Surgery is the gold standard for treatment, producing the greatest extent of event-free survival

Retractors often induce excessive focal pressure, leading to injury

Our Solution: The Radiex

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Minimizes Trauma

Patent-pending minimally invasive design reduces pressure to minimize trauma

Adjustable Corridor

Increased operative access leads to better visualization and surgical outcomes

Workflow Integration

Seamlessly integrates existing tools, techniques, and neuronavigation

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"The Radiex is a minimally-invasive brain retractor that combines image guidance with radial expansion to enable the surgeon atraumatic access to tumors or malformations of the brain."

 

-Dr. Alan R. Cohen

Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine