Optical Surgical Navigation

These computers can work integrated with external devices, such as microscopes and ultrasounds. They allow calculations to be made using specific software and based on sensors that are placed on patients during the operation. Its main objective is to provide help the surgeon make decisions about the orientation of cuts to be made, implant positioning or handling ligaments and surrounding tissues, since it functions as a GPS and guides the surgeon in real time on its exact position. 

A surgical navigator is used as a GPS, through which the surgeon can check with millimetric precision during the surgical intervention in which anatomical place is located and the precise position on which it should act, since this device provides the surgeon the spatial location, in real time of the instruments in relation to the anatomical and pathological structures of the patient.

Types of Optical Surgical Navigation that the Medical Sector may need

Surgical Navigation Systems  YR02143 

YR02143 is an innovative computer-assisted 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

  • DICOM tomographic images captured with CT / C-arm / MRI / fMRI are applicable in the YR02143 surgical navigation system
  • The advanced optical tracking system tracks real-time 3D position and orientation of active or passive markers attached to surgical tools, for exceptional accuracy (1.0 mm spatial resolution) and reliability.
  • The method of 3D simulation and modeling of anatomical structures in material (such as skin, skull, brain tissue or target lesion) can be easily defined by surgical convenience.
  • With the integrated navigation probe and advanced optical measurement technology, the surgeon can easily quantify the size and position of the lesions, and then design the surgical approach in a scientific manner.

Analysis of the best Surgical Navigation Systems for the Medical Sector

Surgical navigation systems: What types exist?

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Characteristics of a surgical navigation system

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What are the parts of a surgical navigation system?

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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.

What is the Optical Surgical Navigation function?

Computer-assisted surgery are methods of computer technology for the realization and planning of a surgical intervention...

What is an Optical Surgical Navigation system?

A surgical navigation system is a device that helps the planning and execution of surgical procedures in operating rooms...

Benefits of a Surgical Navigation System

Surgical navigation systems are modern medical equipment that allows visualizing the anatomy of the patient during a surgical procedure and accurately tracking the location of the instruments...

Surgical Navigation systems, heading to the Operating Room of the future

The most recent advances in digital medical technology achieved this year allow surgeons to reach new levels of accuracy and safety. From now on, navigation systems evolve more and more, they are expanded and assisted by computer, advances in software, instruments...

Frequently Asked Questions about Optical Surgical Navigation

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