Webinar

Robotics in Spinal Surgery using Cirq Instrument Holder and Cirq Robotic Alignment Module

Tópicos
Robótica
Robotic Surgery
Spine Surgery
Idioma

English

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Descrição

Our panelists will discuss their experiences using robotics with spinal navigation by providing insights on their preferred setup and workflows for different indications. Case reports will be presented and cover the use of Cirq Instrument Holder Module and Cirq Robotic Alignment Module for Spine. We invite you to discuss with them about the benefits of robotics in navigated spine surgery and learn about the pitfalls and best practices for better patient outcome. This session will include a Q&A at the end of the presentation.

We look forward to welcoming you!

Language | English

In case you can’t join the webinar, it will be recorded and shared afterward.

Participation is free of charge.

The views, information and opinions expressed during this presentation are the speaker’s own and do not necessarily represent those of Brainlab.

Palestrante

Mr. Syed Aftab
Mr. Syed Aftab

Consultant Spinal Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Royal London, United Kingdom

Prof. Sandro Krieg
Prof. Sandro Krieg

Professor of Neurosurgery, TU Munich, Germany

Moderador

Matthias Brundobler

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