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FDA Clears Zeta Surgical’s Mixed Reality Navigation System


The device provides surgeons with GPS-like guidance.

Zeta Surgical announced that its mixed reality surgical navigation system has been cleared by FDA.

In a press release, Zeta Surgical’s chief medical officer Dr. William Gormley said, “The FDA's market clearance of the Zeta Navigation system ushers in the next generation of innovation to neurosurgery. Like all paradigm changing innovations, Zeta will change the way we conceive of where we can perform neurosurgery within our hospitals and where in the world these hospitals can be."

The device provides surgeons with a GPS-like navigation system that can be used both inside and out of the operating room.

According to Zeta Surgical, the device can be used for both complex cranial surgeries and routine cranial surgeries as well.

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