Improving Human Health Through Excellence In Research, Development, And Commercialization Of Innovative Medical Technologies.
Our team has a wide array of capabilities for full lifecycle product development under our ISO 13485 certified and FDA registered medical device design and manufacturing facility. LEARN MORE
Research & Development
With proven success funding our advanced research and develop programs, RIVANNA supports our select group of development partners with R&D capabilities from grant proposal writing through V&V and DFM activities. LEARN MORE
Automated Epidural Guidance
Accuro’s state-of-the-art image guidance technologies include BoneEnhance®, which improves bone visualization, and SpineNav3D™, which guides you with real-time automatic spinal landmark detection. LEARN MORE
ACCURO PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
Rivanna Medical, LLC (“RIVANNA”) is a privately held designer, manufacturer, and distributor of medical technologies and services based in Charlottesville, VA where it produces the Accuro® product line and related medical equipment and components. LEARN MORE
ARTICLES AND PRESS
RIVANNA® Issued New Patents for Core Accuro® Technology.
Growing Patent Portfolio Paves the Way for Product Line Expansion. Read More.
Automated Spinal Navigation Device Reduced Needle Redirects by 48% for Experienced Anesthesia Providers.
Latest Clinical Trial Results Highlight the Benefits of RIVANNA® Accuro® for Spinal Anesthesia in Patients Undergoing Orthopedic Surgery. Read More.
Featured in Anesthesiology News. Neuraxial Guidance Device Beats Palpation-Guided Spinal Anesthesia in Obese Patients. Read Full Article.
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