My Key to Success in Spine Navigation - Ask the Experts
Brainlab invites you to a live webinar: “My Key to Success in Spine Navigation – Ask the Experts” on October 1st at 3:00 PM (AEST, UTC+10) hosted by Prof. Krieg and Dr. Wang, both experienced spine navigation users. Join their discussion around their successful use of spine navigation and its different application from pedicle screw placement to decompression and cage insertion.
This webinar will cover topics, including:
- How to use navigated drill guide and k-wire technique?
- How to use the navigated Jamshidi technique?
- When and how to use intraoperative imaging?
- When and how to use the different registration options?
- Q&A session with the audience.
We look forward to meeting you online!
Language | English
In case you can not join the webinar, it will be recorded and shared afterwards.
Sandro Krieg, M.D
Professor for Neurosurgery at TU Munich, Germany
Yi Yuen Wang, M.D.
St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
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