Optical surgical navigation

A surgical navigation system is a device that facilitates the planning and execution of surgical procedures in the operating room, i.e., it guides surgical instruments such as scalpels. These are instruments that are connected to screens by means of sensors with imaging methods. There are two types of navigation systems: optical and electromagnetic, offering flexibility and efficiency combined with a space-saving design in the operating room.

There is currently a growing demand for minimally invasive surgery, with reduced hospital stays, low patient pain and rapid healing. This has led to a growing demand for optical surgical navigation systems. 

Types of surgical optical navigation that a laboratory may need

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).

  • 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.

Our best sellers in surgical optical navigation

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

  • Tomographic images in DICOM and captured by CT / C-arm / MRI / fMRI are applicable in the surgical navigation system YR02143.
  • The advanced optical tracking system tracks the 3D position and orientation of active or passive markers attached to surgical tools in real time for exceptional accuracy (1.0 mm spatial resolution) and reliability.
  • The method of simulation and 3D modeling of anatomical structures in the 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.

Optical surgical navigation analysis for your laboratory

What is the role of optical surgical navigation?

These navigation systems help with execution and organization in the surgical field, allowing the guidance of instruments that are connected to screens with sensors using imaging methods such as CT or MRI. These navigation systems are among the hospital equipment whose use is increasing.

Benefits of optical surgical navigation system?

Through the use of optical surgical navigation systems, it allows the development of surgeries by means of real augmented technological simulation, which is characterized by sensory perception, adding visual content, as help guides to make them less invasive and show the role of the staff...

Why is an optical surgical navigation important?

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.

Surgical navigation systems optics and cancer

According to the functions of the optical surgical navigation, it allows the detection of cancer in patients, also decreases the arrival times to the specialist of the patient, by means of guidance to identify and overcome the barriers that face and prevent early detection, as well as adequate and...

Catalog of optical surgical navigation models

Guides for you to become an expert in optical surgical navigation
There are an infinite number of models to choose from, so it's normal to be confused about which surgical optical navigation to buy to meet your needs. At Kalstein, we evaluate them to find what you are looking for.

Surgical navigation systems, on the way to the operating room of the future

A surgical navigation system is an image-guided intraoperative localization system. It consists of software to visualize images in two and three dimensions, an intraoperative localization instrument and a registration method between the images and the physical space of the operating room.

Questions frequently asked by our customers about optical surgical navigation

To know the price of the Optical Surgical Navigation, we invite you to send us an email with your request using the contact form.

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- Delivery time (air): 15-30 days.  

- Delivery time (sea): 45-60 days. 

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- Delivery time (air): 30-60 days.  

- Delivery time (sea): 60-90 days. 

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