Elevate Your Standard of Care.

For healthcare providers dedicated to elevating their standard of care and ensuring patient safety, RIVANNA develops and commercializes world-first, imaging-based medical technologies. Our automated clinician-assistance solutions help improve decision-making, clinician workflows, health outcomes, and patient satisfaction.

Automated Epidural Guidance

Accuro’s state-of-the-art image guidance technologies include BoneEnhance® Multi-Frequency Image Reconstruction, which improves bone visualization, and SpineNav3D™ AI-Based Spine Recognition, which guides you with real-time automatic spinal landmark detection. LEARN MORE

Accuro device for lumbar and throacic epidurals

Resource Center

ACCURO ACADEMY

Access training videos and tutorials for lumbar neuraxial placement, and real-time thoracic paramedian neuraxial procedures using Accuro.

ACCURO SUCCESS STORIES

Review testimonials and case studies to see first-hand applications and experiences with Accuro’s state-of-the-art image guidance.

ARTICLES AND PRESS

United Kingdom’s NICE Publishes Medtech Innovation Briefing on the Use of Accuro®.

United Kingdom’s NICE Publishes Medtech Innovation Briefing on the Use of Accuro®. Read More.


RIVANNA Launches Accuro Second Generation with Multi-Frequency Image Reconstruction and AI-Based Spine Recognition

RIVANNA®, developers of world-first, imaging-based medical solutions, announces the market introduction of Accuro Second Generation, combining innovative thoracic spine functionality with its groundbreaking introductory system. Read More

Accuro spinal navigation device with Locator

Certainty Can Be Effortless.

The Accuro 3D spinal navigation technology by Rivanna Medical augments the palpation-only technique that comes with blind needle guidance when you are performing epidurals or spinals because it is technology that is easy to use. Handheld, lightweight, untethered—the Accuro is the world’s first spinal navigation device designed to improve the safety, speed, and efficiency of epidural and spinal anesthesia.

AUTOMATED EPIDURAL GUIDANCE FOR IMPROVED FIRST-ATTEMPT SUCCESS*

*Singla et al 2019