Zoezen (铸正机器人), a surgical robot startup, today announced the completion of a Series B round of financing for an undisclosed amount of money, led by Puhua Capital, with participation from SND Financial Holdings, PE Daily, a VC-focused media outlet, reported.
Proceeds from this round will be used to accelerate the layout of the company’s orthopedic surgical robots and complete the product line ranging from navigation positioning robot to autonomous operational robot.
The use of robots in spinal surgeries has increased dramatically in recent years, in keeping with the overall trend of rising adoption of surgical robots to empower doctors. This is because they allow surgeons to perform a wide range of spinal surgeries with greater accuracy, safety, and speed.
Headquartered in eastern China’s Suzhou, Zoezen specializes in the design and manufacturing of minimally invasive spinal surgical robots. It is committed to addressing the clinical problems related to single-incision spinal surgeries.
The company has been among the first players to come up with a specialized spinal surgical robot targeting based on intuitive image positioning. What’s more, it has rolled out an independently designed spinal pressure relief surgical robot.
With these products and a few others in the pipelines, Zoezen has built a suite of digital, intelligent and minally invasive robot-assisted orthopedic surgical solutions.
Its full-stack surgical platform and 5G telemedicine technologies enable full-process assistance of the surgical procedures, so as to meet demands for precise and safe surgical positioning and local autonomous robotic surgeries.