Deep Health aims to providing best surgery for anyone. To support that we are developing revolutionary yet affordable, AI based-surgery Navigation system.

Key points

Deep Health’s revolutionary and affordable “Spine Navigation System”, combines state-of-the-art artificial intelligent surgery planning software with best in class 3D camera, which targets the global spine surgery product market. In 2016, the market was valued at a US $10.2 billion and it is estimated that by the year 2025, this market will climb as high as $16.7 billion

As an open navigation platform which can also be used in a non-invasive spine procedures, Deep Health Navigation System enables accurate pedicle screw placement as well as drastic reduction of X-Ray exposure to both the surgical team and the patient.

The navigation of implants and instruments is based on propriety 3D deep learning algorithms and is useful at all stages of spine surgery - from incision planning to implant placement.

Our solution main benefits are:

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Surgery planning automation by AI tools

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Reduction of radiation hazard

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Significantly lower cost

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Significantly more accurate ensuring Improved clinical outcome

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More user friendly

Minimal Invasive Surgeries

In the United States, there are approximately 1.62 million instrumented spinal procedures performed annually. According to reports, the number of MIS instrumented surgeries conducted in 2010 accounted for 1/6 of the total number of all spine surgeries in the United States and 1/3 in 2016, which is anticipated to be more than 1/2 in 2020.

The Spine Market

Despite the potential benefits of minimally invasive spinal surgery techniques, they can also present several notable limitations, including the need for additional training for the surgeon, increased intraoperative use of X-ray radiation, and longer operations, and have been shown in some studies to lower the accuracy of implant placement.

In 2016, the market was valued at a US $10.2 billion and it is estimated that by the year 2025, this market will climb as high as $16.7 billion

There is an increase in spine surgery patients due to a growing number of spine disorder cases among the geriatric population is expanding the market. Dominant market players include Stryker, Medtronic, Nuvaisive, Aesculap, Zimmer Biomet and Globus Medical.

Technology

Deep Health navigation system is capable of direct spine tracking with unprecedented accuracy. The system comprised of 3 elements:

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AI surgery planning software based on propriety 3D deep learning algorithms

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Smart tool which includes sensors to track movement and electronics to provide real-time feedback to the surgeon

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3D camera with small foot print and high resolution

The Team

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Dr. Opher Kinrot

CTO

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Yuval Kwintner

Business Development

ykwintner@comcast.net

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Dr. Josh Schroeder

Clinical Advisor

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Dr. Nahshon Knoller

Clinical Advisor

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Bojan Matovski

Deep Health Macedonia CEO

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Viktoria Doneva

Image Processing Engineer

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Aleksandar Melov

Image Processing Engineer

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Gjorge Kostov

Software Developer

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Nikola Nelovski

Software Developer

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