Deep Health's goal is to provide the best surgery for everyone. To support that, we are developing a revolutionary, yet affordable, AI based-surgery navigation system.

Key points

Deep Health’s innovative and cost efficient Spine Navigation System combines state of the art artificial intelligence surgery planning software with the best in class 3D camera, effectively targeting the global spine surgery target market. In 2016, the market was valued at 10.2 billion USD, and due to its rapid growth it is estimated that by the year 2025 the market will climb as high as 16.7 billion. Due to the anticipated high market growth potential there is ample opportunity for market penetration and expansion with Deep Health’s cutting-edge device.

Deep Health’s system enables accurate implant placement in surgery, as well as drastically reduces X-ray exposure for both the surgical team and the patient.

Using 3D deep learning algorithms, the system navigation is useful to all stages of spinal 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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High accuracy enables improved clinical outcome

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User friendly

Minimal Invasive Surgeries

Currently, there are approximately 1.62 million instrumented spinal procedures performed annually in the US. According to reports, the number of MIS instrumented surgeries conducted are currently one third (⅓) of all spinal procedures, and growing at an alarming rate. Due to the growing trend, minimally invasive surgeries are expected to account for half of all spinal procedures in the near future. Deep Health’s device can cater to this market as well.

The Spine Market

Due to an aging population and obesity leading to a growing number of spine disorder cases, there is an increase in spine surgery which is expanding the market. Current data presents expected annual market growth to be 15% Y/Y.

In 2016 the spine implant market was valued at 10.2 billion USD, and it is estimated to climb as high as 16.7 billion USD by 2025.

Dominant market players currently 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 proprietary 3D deep learning algorithms

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Smart tool which includes sensors that track the surgeons movements, and a screen that provides real-time feedback to the surgeon.

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3D camera with a small footprint and high resolution.

The Team

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Dr. Opher Kinrot

CTO

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Dr. Josh Schroeder

Clinical Advisor

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Dr. Nahshon Knoller

Clinical Advisor

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Dr. Tushar Ch. Patel

Clinical Advisor

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Dr. Alex Vaccaro

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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