Renowened clinical experts Andreas Korge, MD, and Roger Härtl, MD, will share their inital experiences with the new Advanced Visualization System TIVATO® 7001 from ZEISS.
Take this chance to meet them at our booth during the Meet the Expert sessions at the booth.
Roger Härtl, MD
Professor of Neurological Surgery
Director of Spinal Surgery
Cornell University, New York, USA
Unilateral laminotomy – Bilateral decompression for lumbar stenosis with ZEISS TIVATO 700. RealSpine Patient in a simulated environment.
ZEISS Booth 74-77
Andreas Korge, MD
Co-Chairman of Spine Center
Schoen Clinics, Munich, Germany
Bilateral decompression in “cross over” technique and sequestrectomy with the help of ZEISS TIVATO 700. RealSpine Patient in a simulated environment.
ZEISS Booth 74-77
Understanding your daily workload, the fully integrated visualization system ZEISS TIVATO 700 enhances usability and is built on technology ahead of its time. Enabling surgeons to achieve Workflow-Enhancing Visualization with state-of-the-art modalities like the 4K camera technology and intra-operative fluorescence options at their fingertips, it furthermore allows working with the system in every set-up thanks to Ultimate Reach & Flexibility. Go All-Digital with an easy-to-use and future-ready platform.
Transforming possibilities into realities.
Loaded with over 100 innovations, the KINEVO® 900 from ZEISS is designed to deliver more functionalities than any surgical microscope today. Learn how hands-free, Surgeon-Controlled Robotics will enable you to work virtually interrupted. The unique Micro-Inspection Tool QEVO® will allow you to see hidden anatomical details. Digital Hybrid Visualization will give you the freedom to choose between visualization modes.
Mastering the complex.
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