FDA Grants Clearance to Levita® Magnetics for Groundbreaking MARS™ System
Levita Magnetics has achieved FDA clearance for its innovative MARS™ platform, aligning with its commitment to improving patient access to advanced surgical solutions. The Levita MARS system represents a pioneering advancement in minimally invasive abdominal surgery.
This state-of-the-art platform blends the capabilities of magnets and machinery to minimize incisions, granting surgeons exceptional control during laparoscopic procedures. Remarkably, it achieves all of this within a space-efficient design tailored to seamlessly integrate into existing operating rooms.
Building on the success of their initial commercial product, the Levita Magnetic Surgical System®, Levita engineered MARS to deliver the same patient benefits as Magnetic Surgery®, while simultaneously providing surgeons with enhanced control over surgical instruments. Additionally, it offers an efficient solution for hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) seeking to incorporate this innovative technology.
MARS has the potential to transform surgical options across a diverse range of patients, delivering a threefold impact:
Enhanced Patient Outcomes experience less invasive surgery characterized by reduced incisions, resulting in decreased discomfort, faster recovery, and reduced scarring.
Empowered Surgeons gain access to a comprehensive surgical system that grants them full control not only over the laparoscopic view but also over the Magnetic Surgical System itself. This empowerment enables the retraction of large tissues and organs, such as the liver, gallbladder, prostate, and colon, reducing the need for additional surgical assistants.
Hospitals and ASCs can enhance operational efficiency, optimize the allocation of operating room personnel, and offer a unique and patient-centric experience.
MARS by Levita holds the potential to redefine the surgical landscape, representing a significant leap in medical innovation. This pioneering platform equips patients and surgeons alike with a transformative tool poised to usher in a fundamental shift in the field of surgery for years to come.