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RIVANNA will be attending ASA! Stop by booth #2036

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Enter the Rivanna SweepStakes for a chance to win an Accuro Neuraxial Guidance Device! And visit our booth #525 to win prizes and test your accuracy with darts!

Hands on with Accuro

Get hands-on experience scanning models with Accuro. Our experienced sales team will assist with the Accuro and answer any questions you may have.

TRUE-VIEW Training Models

See the spine with our TRUE-VIEW training models! While using the Accuro, utilize the TRUE-VIEW training models to clearly see close-up anatomically accurate segments of the Lumber spine.

Giraffes and more!

Stop by the booth and grab some RIVANNA swag! Like our highly coveted giraffe stress ball! As well as other fun RIVANNA giveaways!

Accuro in Action: Users Share Their Success

"Accuro revolutionizes spinal navigation with its handheld, one-handed design and advanced SpineNav3D technology. The device not only provides crystal-clear ultrasound imaging but also enhances visualization of bony structures and accurately measures depth to the epidural space—a unique and game-changing feature."

Rebecca Minehart, MD, MSHPEd

Program Director, Obstetric Anesthesia Fellowship
Massachusetts General Hospital

"As the PI for the first clinical studies performed with Accuro, I have been impressed with the sensitivity and specificity of the automated SpineNav3D software."

Mohamed Tiouririne, MD

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
Director of Obstetric Anesthesia
University of Virginia Medical Center

"Accuro sets a new standard in spinal procedures. As a go-to device for both practice and resident training, Accuro has boosted our first-attempt success rates, minimized back pain and wet taps, and enhanced efficiency. Ultimately, we're elevating patient care with this game-changing technology."

Antonio Gonzalez, MD

Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Yale School of Medicine