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Parts: Computer Assisted Surgery

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Manf. Year Until : 2008

SOFTWARE CHARACTERISTICS/SURGICAL PLANNING : Full pre-OP auto image correlation, segmentation of structures, target planning to aid in the development of a surgical approach and plan Reset
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Computer Assisted Surgery may also be referred to as :

Surgical Navigation System | Frameless Stereotactic System | Computer Assisted Surgery System | Image Guided Surgery System

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Reamer  29894

Device: Computer Assisted Surgery

Manufacturer: Stryker

Model: Navigation System II

Name / Number: Reamer / 29894

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Tips for buying Computer Assisted Surgery Parts

  1. Facilities should make sure that the system they are about to purchase is compatible with their existing CT and MRI equipment to facilitate image-data transfer.
  2. Buyers should also consider compatibility with surgical microscopes.
  3. Image-guided surgery systems should be capable of automatic and manual registration.
  4. Localization systems should use an electromagnetic position-sensing localization method, or a passive method for the MRI suite; both should have an accuracy of <2 mm.
  5. The digitizer must be able to import any DICOM 3.0 image from CT and MRI.
  6. These systems should come with software offering features such as 3-D imaging tools, multiple planes and quantitative calculations for surgical planning.
  7. Another important consideration for buyers is the host computer system; memory should be larger than 512 MB, and archival storage should be larger than 20 GB.
  8. Clarity and ease-of-use are crucial during surgical procedures. Therefore, monitors should be at least 43 cm (17") in size with a pixel resolution greater than 1024 x 768. User interaction should be available via keyboard, mouse, or touch-screen.
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