According to Brainlab, Curve™ Image Guided Surgery, the ultimate control and command center for information-guided surgery will be launched at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) Annual Meeting.
Stefan Vilsmeier, CEO and President of Brainlab commented:
"Curve represents thousands of enhancements based on years of feedback from our customers. Incorporating user feedback has always been a priority for Brainlab and has helped to produce the ultimate surgical navigation experience. We are helping foster collaboration and potentially improve patient outcomes."
Curve's advanced technology offers the latest image guidance software that operates advanced 3-D displays in line with Brainlab's characteristic image enrichment. Enhanced Intra-operative confidence is provided through super-fast image updating when tracking instruments.
Brainlab is challenging conventional surgical utility by using a design centered on humans, incorporating clever ergonomics and featuring two game-changing, multi-directional touch terminals, including high definition, hi-fi and wi-fi.
Other features of Curve's include:
- Human-factor design center enabling Curve to connect to the outside world with fast integration of third party surgical devices.
- Easy, streamlined launch of software applications and contents display through centralized 'Home' and 'Start' screens with drag-and-drop action
- Telescopic stand and laser pointer for extreme setup flexibility and motorized adjustment of cameras
- Extended camera tracking volume multiplies setup options without compromising patient registration.
- Dual-option, beyond HD offers extra space for displaying and efficiently organizing information.
- A digital, hi-fidelity music dock offers supreme listening experience.
- Eight multi-directional power wheels push away cables allowing Curve to be maneuvered fast in and out of the OR.
Multiple data ports in Curve's easily accessible hub offer a variety of functions; surgeons can seamlessly connect to intra-operative imaging and surgical scopes, stream to remote workstations, share sessions via connection with a Digital Light Box, transfer patient data via PACS as well as uploading and sharing in the cloud with Quentry.
Written by Petra Rattue