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RSNA 2018

Radiological Society of North America

Airo Mobile Intraoperative CT

About RSNA 2018

The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is comprised of radiologists, medical physicists and other medical professionals. Every year, 55,000 people attend the RSNA Annual Meeting and Scientific Assembly in Chicago to exchange experiences at this world class international radiology forum.

What’s new at RSNA 2018?

For Brainlab, a hybrid operating room is much more than just integrated imaging. We digitalize surgical workflows to increase efficiency teams in the O.R. and provide data augmentation applications to support intra-operative clinical decision making. Our Digital O.R. solutions are built on an open, modular platform that integrates and centralizes all relevant data. We will also be showcasing Airo® Mobile Intraoperative CT, designed for use in existing operating rooms. Discover how navigation and imaging can work hand-in-hand to promote productivity and provide additional insight into the procedure.

Intraoperative Imaging and Navigation in a Digital O.R.

Experience high quality CT imaging that goes where you need it most with Airo Mobile Intraoperative CT. Airo provides intraoperative image information for decision-making in cranial, spinal and trauma surgery, as well as brachytherapy.

Discover a deeply insightful surgical navigation experience with Curve™ Image Guided Surgery. Intuitive communication between Airo and Curve allows for automatic image transfer and the merging of pre- and intraoperative scans.

Get acquainted with TraumaCad® and TraumaCad Mobile®, which continue to set the standard in digital templating for quick and easy planning of a multitude of orthopedic indications.

Come visit us at booth #8326 to learn how Brainlab Digital O.R. integration seeks to centralize information relevant for surgery—radiological studies, video sources, hardware or software—onto a single platform: Buzz.


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