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SeaSpine Interview at NASS 2023 - DOCTECH.LIVE

Ghost Medical Animation + VR Surgery
November 16, 2023


Join for an insightful interview with Beau Standish, President of Enabling Technologies at SeaSpine, during the North American Spine Society (NASS) 2023 conference. Discover the cutting-edge technology transforming spine surgery and improving patient outcomes.

In this episode, we sit down with Beau Standish, the President of Enabling Technologies at SeaSpine, a pioneer in the field of spinal implants and orthobiologics. SeaSpine has transformed into a pure-play spine company with a renewed focus on investing in growth and innovation.

Beau Standish discusses SeaSpine's groundbreaking FLASH™ Navigation System with 7D Technology, a surgical navigation technology that is changing the game in spine surgery. Join us as we explore the benefits of this revolutionary system, its impact on patient outcomes, and its unique features, including its radiation-free approach.


00:00 - Introduction

00:10 - Meeting Beau Standish, President of Enabling Technologies

00:20 - Overview of SeaSpine's Flash™ Navigation System

01:00 - Advantages of Using Machine Vision and Visible Light

02:01 - Reduced Radiation and Shorter Procedures

03:01 - Compatibility with Various Implant Systems

04:00 - SeaSpine's 70 Flash System Launch in 2018

05:01 - Training Surgeons and Hospital Staff

06:01 - Short-term and Long-term Goals for Navigation Technology

08:06 - Wrap-up and Conclusion

Join Doctech.Live For An Insightful Interview With Beau Standish, President Of Enabling Technologies At SeaSpine, During The North American Spine Society (NASS) 2023 Conference.



Video Keywords

Spine Surgery, SeaSpine, NASS 2023, Medical Technology, Healthcare Innovation, Surgical Navigation, Machine Vision, Visible Light Imaging, Radiation Reduction, Surgical Implants, Surgical Training, Patient Outcomes, Medical Devices, Beau Standish,, Medical Interviews, Healthcare Technology, Surgical Procedures, Healthcare Conference, Enabling Technologies
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