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Instatrak 3500 - ENT

Description:...face registration. Advanced networking: send images from offsite scanner to instatrak or Connectstat via high-speed internet connection, "Push" images from Connectstat in Radiology to instatrak in the OR....
Company:GE Healthcare
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GE Healthcare lands Virginia Health System deal

...tem to develop new, minimally invasive surgery techniques. Virginia Health System doctors will use GE Healthcare's surgical navigation tools, the instatrak 3500 Plus and OEC 9800 Plus to research less invasive methods of therapeutic and surgical intervention for the brain and spine. "This research agre...
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GE Healthcare-Product Specifications -Sinusitus

Having Sinus Surgery With The InstaTrak® System, The InstaTrak System is an image guided surgery system (IGS) that enables the surgeon to interactively visualize, ...

GE Healthcare-Product Technology -InstaTrak Technology

The GE InstaTrak Surgical Navigation System is an advanced technology used ... GE's InstaTrak system is made up of a high-powered computer system, specialized ...

Sinus-Clear.com / InstaTrak

The InstaTrak System from Visualization Technology, Inc., integrates CT scans with a sophisticated guidance system. ... chosen the InstaTrak System for your ...

ENT/Otolaryngology

The InstaTrak® System, developed and manufactured by GE Medical Systems, is an ... The InstaTrak System's computer compiles the patient's image data from the CT ...

Instatrak™ - Cranial from GE Healthcare - Neurological Product Details ...

Instatrak™ - Cranial from GE Healthcare - Neurological Product Details - Medcompare. Medcompare - The Buyer's Guide for Medical Professionals

Pacific Specialists- Instatrak Image Guided Surgery

GE InstaTrak Benefits. InstaTrak uses advanced medical technology to allow surgeons ... How will I know if my surgeon is using InstaTrak during my procedure? ...
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