Optical Surgical Navigation

Through technological advances in medicine, it allows health experts to reach levels of precision and safety using optical surgical navigation systems within the operating field, which are extended and assisted by computer, magnifying images, facilitating diagnosis, planning and execution of procedures.

Currently, surgeries assisted by optical navigation systems transform the operating rooms to face unthinkable practices. In this way, doctors play an important role in the conditioning of the operating room of the future, creating the link between diagnostic imaging data taken before or during surgery and measures such as dissection, tissue ablation or local injections.

Types of Optical Surgical Navigation that the Medical Sector may need

Surgical Navigation Systems YR02143

YR02143 is an innovative computer-aided electromagnetic surgical navigation system, widely used for surgical visualization, planning and navigation to help minimize iatrogenic trauma to surrounding brain tissue and reduce the risk of surgical complications in cranial procedures (such as cranial neurology and ENT surgery)...


Our Best Selling Optical Surgical Navigation

  • Tomographic images in DICOM and captured with CT / C-arm / MRI / fMRI are applicable in the YR02143 surgical navigation system.
  • Advanced optical tracking system tracks real-time 3D position and orientation of active or passive markers attached to surgical tools, to provide exceptional precision (1.0mm spatial resolution) and reliability.
  •  The method of 3D modeling and simulation of anatomical structures in material (such as skin, skull, brain tissue, or target lesion) can be easily defined for surgical convenience.
  •  With the integrated navigation probe and advanced optical measurement technology, the surgeon can easily quantify the size and position of lesions, and then scientifically design the surgical approach.
  •  The system provides operators with four navigation modes for comprehensive monitoring of the navigation process.
  •  Intelligent software will help calibrate and compensate for unexpected changes in anatomical structure and brain change induced by removal of the intracranial lesion area.

Analysis of the best Surgical Navigation Systems for the Medical Sector

What is an optical surgical navigation system?

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What are the parts of a surgical navigation system?

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What is the optical surgical navigation function?

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Catalog of Optical Surgical Navigation models on offer


Guides to becoming an expert in Optical Surgical Navigation

There are countless models, so it's normal that you don't know which surgical browser to buy that suits your needs. At Kalstein, we evaluate them to find what you're looking for.

Characteristics of a Surgical Navigation System

A surgical navigation system is a medical equipment that allows visualizing the anatomy of the patient during a surgical ...

Surgical browsers: What technology do they use?

A surgical navigator is a sophisticated medical equipment that is used in the planning and precise execution of surgical...

What are the benefits of Optical Surgical Navigation Systems?

Through the use of optical surgical navigation systems, it allows the development of surgeries by means of real augmented.

Why is an Optical Surgical Navigation System important in the O.R.?

Through technological advances in medicine, it allows health experts to reach levels of precision and safety using optical surgical navigation systems within the operating field, which are extended and assisted by computer, magnifying images, facilitating diagnosis, planning and execution of procedures..

Frequently Asked Questions about Optical Surgical Navigation

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