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2015 AANS Annual Scientific Meeting

The American Association of Neurological Surgeons

The American Association of Neurological Surgeons

Washington, DC | May 2nd – May 6th | Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Halls A-C | Booth #1218


What’s New at 2015 AANS Annual Scientific Meeting in Washington, DC

The 83rd American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) Annual Scientific Meeting is the world’s premier neurosurgical event. The meeting will be attended by 3,000 neurosurgeons and other healthcare professionals from across the globe. This year’s theme is ‘Neurosurgery’s Founding Principles’. Collaboration between industry and neurosurgeons has been a foundation, responsible for innovation in neurological research, technology, products and services.

Brainlab Innovation in Neurosurgery

Experience the latest in CT imaging, Airo® Mobile Intraoperative CT, a system designed to function inside existing O.R. suites. Airo is ideal for cranial, spine and trauma procedures, making it a highly versatile intraoperative imaging system. High quality CT images increase surgeon confidence and support advanced minimally invasive surgery.

Brainlab booth #1218 will also feature IGS platforms, Buzz™ Digital O.R., Kick® Surgical Navigation and Curve™ Image Guided Surgery, including a sneak peek of Curve 1.1.  Preview the updated system design first hand.

Brainlab Software: Neurosurgery Meets Radiosurgery

Brainlab Elements showcase a new level of ease for neurosurgery and radiosurgery planning. Brainlab Elements software applications bring instant access to a suite of planning solutions that work seamlessly together, delivering capability without complexity. Stop by Brainlab Booth #1218 to demo the newest applications, Trajectory Planning* and Fibertracking*.

Preview another advanced software development that demonstrates how Brainlab is working to facilitate collaboration between neurosurgery and radiation oncology, Adaptive Hybrid Surgery (AHS) a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach in the treatment of benign skull base tumors.

Brainlab Spinal Navigation Solutions support a wide variety of imaging devices and offer seamless integration to correspond with surgeons’ various workflows. Experience image guided spine surgery with surface matching registration and xSpot, a handheld, autoclavable device used when registering pre-operative CT data.

See you at 2015 AANS Annual Scientific Meeting in Washington, DC!

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* FDA clearance pending

Novalis Circle Symposium

Novalis Circle Symposium

Brainlab invites surgeons to ‘Clinical Experience Utilizing Adaptive Hybrid Surgery for Benign Brain Tumors’ taking place on Friday, May 1st. The Brainlab symposium, chaired by Dr. Andrew Parsa, MD, PhD, will present first clinical results of Adaptive Hybrid Surgery. A special focus will be placed on the introduction of tracking both surgical and radiosurgical clinical outcomes via a national radiosurgery registry.

For more information and to register, please click here 


Monday, May 4th
9:00 AM u2013 04:00 PM
Tuesday, May 5th
9:00 AM u201304:00 PM
Wednesday, May 6th
9:00 AM u2013 02:15 PM

Map and Directions

Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt. Vernon Place NW
20001 Washington, DC
United States of America

May 02, 2015 – May 06, 2015

Washington DC, United States of America

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