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Blue Belt Technologies, Inc. to Showcase Navio(TM) PFS System at CAOS UK 2012 Conference in Glasgow, UK


3/20/2012 9:36:41 AM

PITTSBURGH, March 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Belt Technologies, Inc., a medical device company focused on developing the next generation of "smart" surgical instruments providing precise robotic control for use initially in orthopedic procedures and then for other surgical specialties including neurosurgery, spinal and otolaryngology ("NET"), announced today the recently CE Marked Navio PFS System for partial knee replacements will be featured at the Computer Assisted Orthopedic Surgery (CAOS) UK conference being held on April 19-20, 2012 at the Beardmore Hotel and Conference Center in Glasgow, UK. The company is looking forward to demonstrating their exciting new technology that brings together the next generation in robotic precision with a powerful intra-operative planning, navigation and visualization software suite.

"A new wave of computer assisted instruments for orthopaedic surgery has arrived. Navio PFS is one of the greatest new tools we look forward to using in the operating room," said Mr. Fred Picard M.D., organizing faculty member of the CAOS UK conference. Throughout the meeting, Blue Belt personnel will be providing hands-on demonstrations of the new technology for the partial knee replacement application.

More information about the Navio PFS system can be found at http://bluebelttech.com.

Blue Belt Technologies, Inc.
Blue Belt Technologies, Inc. is developing the next generation of "smart" surgical instruments for use initially in orthopedic procedures and other surgical subspecialties. The company's Navio PFS System incorporates patented technology to provide precise control to surgeons via an intelligent, handheld, computer assisted bone cutting tool. The Navio PFS System provides the surgeon with a layer of safety and enhanced accuracy while performing bone shaping tasks through minimally invasive incisions.
Additional information can be found at www.bluebelttech.com

SOURCE Blue Belt Technologies, Inc.


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