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Any good Spine doctors and surgeons in the Central FL area? 

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Any thoughts on the Mazor Spine robot?

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Seems like they lean heavy on their reps. Their reps are entry level. Many moving parts and steps that if missed could be critical and fatal.

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Absolutely a risk with all the computer  surgical planning done by the reps for placement of pedicle screws. All the other areas the reps are made responsible for doing. One of the lowest paying medical jobs with entry level reps. Many who have never been in Spine, or the Operating Room, or Medical. 

Entry level managers who couldn’t hack it in a real sales rep role. No real leadership with Mazor Robotics. Horrible managers. 

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Mazor Robotics (now Medtronic) and Adverse Events

https://www.medtechy.com/message-boards/boards/companies/mazor-robotics/7940/mazor-robotics-adverse-events-with-renaissance-

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Quote from Guest on August 15, 2019, 12:24 pm

This >>>

Mazor Robotics (now Medtronic) and Adverse Events

https://www.medtechy.com/message-boards/boards/companies/mazor-robotics/7940/mazor-robotics-adverse-events-with-renaissance-

I would agree. The reps and their managers are all beginners with a lot of critical risky responsibilities.

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MAUDE database for Mazor

https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfMAUDE/results.

https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfMAUDE/results.cfm

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Has to be the worst middle and upper management I’ve seen in medical device. Reps novices, at best, acting as reps. Corp discrimination and reverse discrimination is par for the course. No leaders. Toxic. Enormous amounts of risk placed on these novice middle managers and their newb reps/case fluffers. On just about every case these reps plan the placement of screws, and handle extremely critical activities bf and surging the spine procedure. If something is missed it could paralyze or kill the patient.