American Association of Neurological Surgeons
About AANS 2019
The AANS Annual Scientific Meeting is the world’s premier neurosurgical event, with more than 3,000 health care professionals expected to attend. The theme for 2019 is “The Science of Practice”.
Experience the all-new Cranial Navigation software, featuring Craniotomy simulation for detailed approach planning. And see how the integration of bk5000 Ultrasound system holds the potential to define a new standard in intraoperative imaging.
Integrated with a ZEISS KINEVO 900, the Brainlab Microscope Navigation software provides unique augmented reality views on Curve™ Information Guided Surgery.
Electromagnetic navigation is an established technology for Brainlab ENT systems, and now also available on Curve, enabling smooth pediatric procedures with workflow-oriented software and complete remote control capabilities.
Recent additions to the Elements planning software modules, such as Elements Virtual iMRI Cranial, continue to position Elements as the state-of-the-art planning applications for image-guided surgery. Expert demos will be available at the booth to guide you through various workflows.
Discover the new Spine&Trauma 3D Navigation software¹, optimized for thoracolumbar MIS procedures and intraoperative imaging.
The integration of imaging devices such as Airo® Mobile Intraoperative CT into spinal workflows with sophisticated techniques for automatic image registration will be highlighted at the center of our booth.
Be sure to join us for a demo of Cirq™, a universal platform1 for robotic tasks that simplifies navigated spinal fusion procedures with its spinal drill guide module.
For a hands-on demo of our seamless spinal instruments integration visit our partner DePuy Synthes at booth #1533.
¹ FDA clearance pending
Learn how to advance your frame-based neurosurgical procedures with modular Elements software for stereotactic planning and experience a new level of arc and implant integration. Elements Stereotaxy, Basal Ganglia Segmentation and Fibertracking combine all relevant aspects of DBS treatment planning, while Elements Lead Localization automatically detects implanted DBS electrodes based on intraoperative CT images.
Partnered with Elekta and Boston Scientific, you can also learn more about latest arc systems and implants when visiting our booth.
Join us at Booth #1333 to explore our range of innovations in Neurosurgery. See you at AANS in San Diego!
111 W Harbor Dr
92101 San Diego
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