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Experience the Latest in Image Review, Intraoperative Spine Imaging and Navigation

September 30, 2016


Join Brainlab for a look at our latest technologies for image review, imaging and navigation at EUROSPINE 2016. Experience a new dimension of image visualization and treatment plan review with Brainlab DICOM Viewer 3D Stereo. With adaptable system setup for the O.R. or office, stereoscopic 3D views provide deeper anatomical insights on-the-fly. Discover Airo® Mobile Intraoperative CT designed to function inside existing O.R. suites. High CT image quality increases surgeon confidence and supports advanced minimally invasive surgery. Airo functions seamlessly with Brainlab navigation systems to provide high-resolution diagnostic-quality images intraoperatively. Brainlab Spinal Navigation featured on Curve™ Image Guided Surgery offers seamless integration from a wide variety of imaging devices, including the new Vision RFD 3D C-arm from Ziehm, to correspond with the surgeons’ various workflows. Navigation of implants and instruments is possible in 2D images, 3D scans and MR or CT datasets in all stages of surgery. For the first time at EUROSPINE, sneak a peek at our latest intelligent instrument holder technology for spinal surgery* and experience how positional tracking allows for quick and precise image-guided alignment. We also invite you to attend the lunch symposium hosted by DePuy Synthes and Brainlab “Simple to Sophisticated – What Spinal Navigation and Imaging Do I Need?” held on Thursday, October 6th from 12:00 – 2:00 PM in Room A3, Level 1. Listen to clinicians present on first-hand experiences with different navigation possibilities and intraoperative imaging set-ups for spinal surgery. Make sure to visit Brainlab at Booth #63, Hall B to get a closer look at our wide range of hardware and software for spinal surgery. *Commercial availability pending