Brainlab has continuously refined spinal surgical navigation independent of the spinal implants themselves, committed purely to software innovation. This focus on core competencies has resulted in powerful and innovative navigation and visualization technology that helps surgeons effectively plan and execute spine procedures and place pedicle screws more accurately. It also helps minimize X-Ray exposure to the surgical team and patients, compared to conventional surgical techniques.
Brainlab Spinal Navigation is suited for a wide variety of indications, such as tumors and deformities, as well as routine surgeries of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. Beneficial for both less invasive as well as open approaches, the software continuously tracks surgical instruments in relation to patient anatomy, helping surgeons to avoid critical structures. A broad range of image registration options and compatible imaging devices provides great freedom to the surgeon to tailor the surgical procedure and imaging devices.
Trauma surgery typically requires immediate action. Brainlab Trauma Navigation offers clinicians simple yet powerful intraoperative visualization for implant planning, targeting and placement. The use of intraoperative imaging together with surgical navigation enables timely and informed decisions and may potentially ensure “first-pass” accuracy, as well as decrease X-Ray exposure and operating time. Brainlab Trauma Navigation delivers a comprehensive application by covering all major trauma indications.
The enriched intraoperative data provided to clinicians by Brainlab software have the potential to minimize complications, increase precision and improve patient outcomes.