The patented Intellirod™ System3 includes a titanium/zirconia ceramic, strain sensing device, which includes radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology, intended to enable access to strain measurement values, incorporating a passive transponder, inserter and scanner. The transponder attaches to any commercially available, corrective spinal system using 5.5 mm cobalt chrome or titanium alloy rods in corrective spinal surgeries. The transponder is used only to acquire rod strain values and a unique device identification code, which is read by the scanner, providing objective readings of the mechanical strain during the correction to be used in conjunction with standard of care clinical and radiographic assessments.
Schematic of Reader-Sensor System
Intellirod Spine Receives First Ever Spine FDA De Novo Approval (External Link)
Intellirod Listed as Top 10 Biomechanics Solution Provider (External Link)
Intellirod Spine's New High-tech Measurement of Spine Healing (External Link)
Intellirod Spine recognized as a leading HealthTech Innovator in the 2017 Global Digital Health 100 (External Link)
Intellirod Spine™ Acquires New IP, First patient with LOADPRO™, and over $1M in New Financing (External Link)
Look for our abstract accepted at the North American Spine Society 32nd Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL October 25-28, 2017. (External Link)
Intellirod Spine Raises Over $1M (External Link)
Intellirod Spine Receives $1.6 Million Ohio Third Frontier Award
An Orthopedic Sensor To Report Progress of Spinal Fusion Aims to Reduce Use of CT Scans (External Link)
City of Akron Backs Intellirod Spine with $1.1 Million (External Link)
JumpStart Invests $250,000 in Intellirod Spine (External Link)
Intellirod Spine Arrives in Ohio with a Sensor Device for Spine Surgeries & $1.1M in New Investments (External Link)
About Intellirod Spine
Intellirod Spine™ (formerly OrthoData Inc.) was founded by renowned spine surgeon Rolando M. Puno, M.D. and professors from the University of Louisville. The company is developing a wireless implantable microelectronic spinal rod strain sensor. This innovative strain monitoring system will allow spine surgeons to objectively assess the strain on implanted spinal fusion rods.