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Spine Tango registry

Spine Tango, created in 2002 is EUROSPINE’s international spine registry for quality assurance and research on surgical and non-surgical treatments and their outcomes.

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Click the button below to access the login page of the EUROSPINE Spine Tango registry. You need a user account and a password to access the registry.

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Spine Tango Registry Benefits

  • Evidence of performance through online statistics and benchmark reports

  • Personal research database and participation in an international research network

  • Access to numerous outcome instruments (COMI, EQ5D, SF36, SRS30 etc.) in various languages

  • Pan-European implant library and bar-/QR-code scanning facility for automatic and quality recordkeeping for every implant device

  • Modern, evolving web-based application accessible from any location

  • Compliant with EU GDPR and using highest standards in information security (ISO27001)

Our Mission

Our mission is data collection by international participants (surgeons and non-surgeons) to provide performance benchmarking and a collective evidence base of treatment effectiveness, patient safety, and best practice
Our aim is that all registry participants and stakeholders should be able to benefit from access to these data. 

The Spine Tango registry, a modern and continually-evolving web-based registry hosted by NEC in the UK, has many benefits for users and societies. The platform is compliant with the European General Data Protection Regulation and the highest standards in information security (ISO27001).

The Spine Tango registry facilitates compliance with European Union medical device regulation and supports informed decision making.

Spine Tango includes a comprehensive industry-supported implant library and barcode scanning facility which allows automatic and high-quality recordkeeping for every implant device recorded in the database. The library is constantly updated with new devices and manufacturers.

The registry also provides a wide range of treatment outcome instruments in various languages, which can be used by surgeons and non-surgeons for their patient follow-up. These include for example COMI, Oswestry, NDI, EQ3D, SF36, SRS30, etc.

Why document your work?

Why a joint approach?

  • For quality assurance and  adverse events monitoring
  • For patient follow-up purpose
  • To benchmark your performance with the pool
  • To have a real-life evidence of your work
  • To participate in an international research network
  • To have a common language (definitions, terms, information, outcome measures, standards etc.)
  • For cross-border evidence 
  • As an opportunity to benefit from available data, knowhow, and single infrastructure including a comprehensive European Implant Library 
  • For joining forces 

We strongly encourage other professional and national societies, hospitals and individual clinicians to join our internationally recognised registry. Help us gather collective evidence for spine treatments and benefit from feedback services! 

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