electromagnetic surgical navigation system / ENT surgery / neurosurgery
ENT surgery, neurosurgery
Excelim-04 is an innovative, computer-assisted electromagnetic surgical navigation system, which is widely used for surgical visualization, planning and navigation to help minimize iatrogenic trauma to the surrounding brain tissue and reduce risk for surgery complication in cranial procedures (like Neurology, cranial and ENT surgery).
l Tomographic images in DICOM and captured with CT/C-arm/MRI/fMRI all are applicable in Excelim-04 surgical navigation system.
l Advanced optical tracking system tracks real-time 3D position and orientation of active or passive markers attached to surgical tools, to deliver exceptional accuracy (spatial resolution 1.0mm) and reliability.
l 3D modeling and simulation method of anatomical structures in material (like skin, skull, brain tissue or target lesion) can be easily self-defined for surgical convenience.
l With navigation probe and advanced optical measurement technology integrated, surgeon can easily quantify the size and position of lesions, then design surgical approach the scientific way.
l The system provides operators four navigation modes for all-round monitoring of navigation process.
l The intelligent software will help calibrate and compensate for unexpected anatomical-structure change and brain shift induced by removal of intracranial lesion area.
l Excelim-04 navigation system can be operated with surgeon mouse or touchmonitor mounted on the mobile cart or ceiling-suspension arm.
l The system automatically save all patient image data and registration information, so as to let surgeon quickly load and continue surgical navigation against unexpected cut-off of electricity supply.