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Revolutionizing Spinal Surgery with Ghost Medical's TranS1 AxiaLIF1L

Ghost Medical Animation + VR Surgery
June 15, 2011

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TranS1 partners with Ghost Productions to create a visually stunning and medically accurate animation of its innovative AxiaLIF1L device for spinal surgery.

TranS1, a leading medical device company, has partnered with Ghost Productions to create a visually stunning and medically accurate animation of its innovative AxiaLIF1L device. This cutting-edge device is designed to perform a discectomy, distract, and insert an implant between the L5 and S1 vertebrae, making it an essential tool for spinal surgeons. The animation showcases the device's unique features and capabilities, providing a clear understanding of its function and benefits. This video is a must-see for anyone interested in the latest advancements in spinal surgery technology.

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TranS1, Ghost Productions, medical device company, AxiaLIF1L device, discectomy, implant, L5, S1 vertebrae, spinal surgeons, animation, innovative, cutting-edge, visually stunning, medically accurate, unique features, capabilities, function, benefits, spinal surgery technology, advancements.

Disclaimer

The animations showcased by Ghost Medical are intended solely to demonstrate our portfolio work and are not intended to be labeled as reliable FDA claims in the healthcare market. Surgeons and healthcare professionals should exercise caution and conduct their own research before relying solely on the information presented in the animations. Please be aware that while our animations strive to accurately represent medical concepts and technologies, they may not always reflect the current state of the medical industry.
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Ghost Productions is an award-winning medical media production company that can help you with custom medical animation and marketing services. We offer a wide array of digital representation services that can help anyone in the medical field improve their marketing, support patient communication efforts, or even streamline staff training. Our team is highly trained and has a great understanding of biomedical processes, so they can accurately represent your device or product in a 3D medical animation, or other types of illustrations you may be interested in. Contact Ghost Productions now and tell us more about how we can help you train your surgeons, sell more medical devices, or explain your pharmaceutical product.

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