optical surgical navigation system / neurosurgery / ENT surgery / maxillofacial surgery
Kick®

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Characteristics

  • Acquisition type:

    optical

  • Surgery type:

    neurosurgery, ENT surgery, maxillofacial surgery

Description

Purely Navigation Using Optical Tracking
Powerful, portable and minimalistic surgical navigation system for surgeons seeking focused functionality

Sleek & Powerful Navigation
Kick® is the small, sleek and powerful navigation system that completes the Brainlab surgery platform portfolio. Shift easily between applications and dart between operating rooms; with its engineered minimalism, Kick is an ideal solution for navigation purists.

Sleek design with high performance
Drapeable full HD capacitive touch display
Patient-centric data handling for optimized system operation and intuitive usability
Compatible with all current Brainlab Elements
Optical tracking with laser guidance
Light-weight, compact and portable

Smart Connections
The operating system and user interface of Kick offer an intuitive way to access various applications. The system is compatible with all current Brainlab software and allows easy connection to external devices like endoscopes for combined functionality in the O.R.

Easy upload and storage of patient data
High speed network ports for access to PACS and network based devices
Integrated WLAN for wireless patient data transfer
Quick integration of surgical devices
Drag and drop display simplified for content management and intuitive system control

Extended Functionality
Kick can be easily extended with Buzz, the Digital O.R. from Brainlab which opens doors to even more features.

Expand with Buzz
Remote access of information
Integrated O.R. functionalities
Stream and record for accurate documentation
View and enrich images