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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Ori Hadomi, CEO of Mazor Robotics (MZOR) , a surgical robotics maker that Cramer featured on the show just last week. Shares of Mazor jumped 4.9% today on strong earnings and are up 49% year to date.

Hadomi explained that Mazor derives revenue from three pillars. It sells the robots themselves for about $1.1 million each. It sells the disposables the robot consumes, and it offers service and support. The company has always been focused on the patient, Hadomi continued, which is why he's privileged to be in this business.

Mazor robots are seeing six times fewer complications and repeated procedures, Hadomi said, and the hospitals that have Mazor robots are promoting and marketing the fact that they can offer procedures that others can't.

Hadomi also spoke about his company's partnership with Medtronic (MDT - Get Report) , saying there are many synergies in culture and mission, and both are the leaders in their respective areas.

Cramer said that while Mazor is a speculative stock, it's also exciting and could be following in the footsteps of Intuitive Surgical (ISRG - Get Report) .

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