Swiss Federation of Clinical Neuro-Societies Congress 2016
WHAT’S NEW AT THE SFCNS 2016 CONGRESS IN BASEL
Visit Brainlab at booth #16 for hands-on practice with the newly developed microscope navigation application* featured on Curve™ Image Guided Surgery. Experience compelling views using augmented reality technology along with a simplified user interface for efficient use of microscope navigation.
Brainlab surgical navigation systems presented at this year’s SFCNS include the latest version of Kick® Purely Navigation with electromagnetic (EM) tracking for cranial* surgery. Offering a high degree of setup flexibility with pinless patient fixation and a large tracking volume, Kick EM Cranial is dedicated to pediatric.
Learn how the new planning application Elements FiberTracking allows anatomical images to be enriched with detailed information about white matter structures. With brain projection view, dynamic live tracking and seamless transfer of detailed fiber tracts to Brainlab Cranial Navigation software, Elements FiberTracking supports neurosurgical decision-making. Additionally, Brainlab will be showing Elements Smartbrush, Cranial Distortion Correction and Automatic Segmentation.
On the neuro-oncological side, make sure to demo TRAMs*, a unique methodology developed at Sheba Medical Center with technology provided by Brainlab, which differentiates tumor progression from treatment effects in most cranial tumor cases.
Visit Brainlab at booth #16 to get a closer look at our wide range of neurosurgical hardware and software.
See you at the SFCNS 2016 Congress in Basel!
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* Commercial availability pending
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