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New Opportunities in X-Ray Based Surgical Navigation With Ziehm NaviPort 3D
Date:10/6/2008

ined pictures. Surgeons can use this information immediately for the navigation-assisted surgery, without needing additional manual steps. With the help of the BrainLAB software, the surgeon can follow the movements of the instruments in relation to the patient's anatomy in real-time.

"Ziehm Imaging sees huge potential in this clinical cooperation: Through the combination of the Navigations platform from BrainLAB and our 3D C-arms, we are offering our customers an advanced solution for more efficiency in the operating room, a lower x-ray exposure dose and the more precise insertion of implants. Surgeons and patients world-wide will benefit from the integration of our two technologies", says Martin Herzmann, Director Global Marketing at Ziehm Imaging.

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About Ziehm Imaging

Ziehm imaging specializes in the development, manufacturing and worldwide marketing of mobile x-ray-based imaging solutions. The company has been market leader in Germany for more than seven years as well as in many other European countries for two years. Today, Ziehm Imaging is a global systems provider, employing over 250 people worldwide. Extensive in-house development know-how is reflected in the Ziehm Imaging C-arms' high medical imaging performance, intelligent generator technology, significant dose savings and seamless digital network integration. Building on competence and creativity, as well as continuous dialog and close cooperation with renowned universities, research centres and hospitals, Ziehm Imaging has developed groundbreaking technologies that have made the company a global trendsetter in intelligent interventional imaging. Ziehm Imaging products are known for their outstanding versatility and their easy handling for a wide variety of medical applications. In addition, they offer seamless integration into existing IT environments for digital image data acquisition, image evaluation and image managemen
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