Review plans for spine surgery in 3D. The Mixed Reality Viewer1 is a software that works in tandem with Brainlab Elements to produce hyper-realistic 3D patient data. In the context of spine surgery, this software enables medical professionals to review planned surgical procedures as well as explore anatomical structures and planned implant positions.
Accurate 3D visualization
Immersive medical education
Informative patient consultation
Technical features of
mixed reality for spine cases
Spine planning review enters a new dimension with the use of mixed reality. By leveraging the potential of this approach, users can quickly and easily assess complex spine deformities, review surgical plans for screw placements and benefit from access to multiplanar reconstructions in 3D.
Mixed Reality Viewer
for spine deformities
- Review complex 3D anatomy and use the annotation label tool to mark critical structures like the spinal canal or nerve routes.
- Combine 2D data with a 3D model to get an optimal overview.
- Review screw placement in a more intuitive way and gain a better understanding of placements than on a 2D screen.
- Experience an easy-to-use alternative to 3D printed models, which are occasionally used during the planning of complex deformity cases.
Mixed Reality Viewer
for spine tumors
- Gain a better understanding of the spatial relationship between spine tumors and organs at risk, such as the aorta and the spinal cord.
- Analyze the infiltration of a tumor into the spinal canal by simply erasing vertebras with the eraser tool.
- Review your surgical approach with the trajectory view to combine the information provided by 2D imaging data with your 3D model.
Expand your perspective
with the Mixed Reality Viewer
With a single click and a glance, your room is digitized for spatial computing. Images are transferred from the Elements Viewer software on screen into the room in front of you with the help of the Magic Leap spatial computing platform.
Start with a click
A single click on the Elements Viewer software opens up the world of mixed reality and a new, immersive way to understand patient data.
Customizable hardware features
Cameras in the Magic Leap 2 scan and map the room, allowing 3D models and 2D slices to be displayed according to the surgeon’s preference.
Assess, interact, learn
The virtual pointer makes it easy to interact with and highlight the image data and anatomical structures.
Easy integration into unique
Not yet commercially available in several countries. Please contact your sales representative.