ClaroNav Kolahi , a company based in Toronto, Canada, won European regulatory approval for its Navient Cranial navigation system, a product designed to make neurosurgical navigation easy, intuitive, and space-efficient in the OR.
Navient Cranial can be used in open or percutaneous procedures to help locate surgical targets within the brain and wherever stereotactic neurosurgery is used.
It doesn’t require mounting of spherical markers and there are no cables to connect/disconnect. A sensor mounted above the monitor pulls out and is pointed at the surgical scene, and then pre-calibrated navigation probes are used to help accurately identify relevant anatomy.
All of the instruments are steam sterilizable and there are no disposables that need to be stocked and then disposed of after each procedure.
Product page: Navient Cranial
Via: ClaroNav Kolahi