optical surgical navigation system / electromagnetic / ENT surgery
Kick® EM

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optical surgical navigation system / electromagnetic / ENT surgery optical surgical navigation system / electromagnetic / ENT surgery - Kick® EM


  • Acquisition type:

    optical, electromagnetic

  • Surgery type:

    ENT surgery


Electromagnetic Surgical Navigation System
Portable, streamlined and minimalistic surgical navigation system for surgeons seeking focused functionality

Smart Connections & Setup Flexibility
Kick® EM is a unique streamlined navigation platform with a small footprint for frameless procedures. Its minimalistic design makes Kick EM portable and easy to setup. Ideal for small O.R.s or as an add-on system for easy pointer navigation with EM tracking for larger facilities. Kick EM consists of three parts: the field generator, the connection panel and the Kick monitor cart. The field generator, fixed either on a positioning plate or with a flexible arm for optimized patient setup, creates the electromagnetic field around the patient’s head. Mounted with secure hooks to the O.R. table or directly on the monitor cart, the connection panel is the interface between the tracking unit and the navigation system. A step-by-step animated workflow guides the user through system setup and ensures a smooth surgical procedure.

Large tracking volume
Eliminates line-of-sight issues
Articulated arm for flexible field generator positioning
Patient’s head supported by gel pad on table or radiolucent horseshoe holder and head clamps
21.5” full HD drapable touch display

Compact electromagnetic surgery system also available with optical tracking
Freedom of Choice
The compact design of the Kick image guided surgery platform makes it an ideal secondary system for straightforward cranial and ENT procedures. Available with both optical and electromagnetic tracking, Kick takes advantage of the versatility of optical tracking and the elimination of line-of-sight issues with EM.