Microsure’s MUSA provides enhanced precision and consistent quality, enabling more microsurgeons to perform high-level surgery. It improves ergonomic posture, solving issues related to accessibility and fatigue. Moreover, MUSA is designed for safety and cost-efficiency, resulting in more adequate treatment and potential faster recovery for your patients. MUSA is a CE-certified medical device and can be part of multiple departments in your facility today.
Motion scaling, tremor elimination and added dexterity for the surgeon
Compatible with existing microsurgical workflow, operating techniques and equipment
No additional accessories per operation, aim for faster recovery time for patients, lower healthcare costs in general
Plastic surgeons at Microsure’s clinical partner Maastricht University Medical Center+ were the first to use MUSA to surgically treat breast cancer-related lymphedema in patients. This world's premier super-microsurgical intervention with 'robot hands' took place in 2017. Maastricht University Medical Center+ is now conducting several clinical research projects with MUSA in different fields such as finger replantation, nerve repair, and free flap surgery.
Lymphedema is a serious disorder, with limited treatment options. Microsure’s MUSA enables lymph nodes restoration for lymphatic vessels as small as 0.3 mm in diameter. It scales down movements and filters out tremor to increase precision in this delicate supermicrosurgical procedure, while decreasing the challenge and complexity of these type of interventions dramatically.
Upper or lower extremity reconstruction using free flaps for various indications is common practice nowadays. MUSA provides the stability and precision to assist you while performing at your highest level, and improves accessibility to those difficult sites.
MUSA can be used for delicate hand surgeries, for instance finger replantations or other reconstructions after complex injuries, involving blood vessels, nerve tracts and other soft tissue structures.
In future, MUSA will increase the number of microsurgical procedures that can be performed with robotic assistance and enable new interventions that are currently difficult to perform by hand.