Designed for outpatient and basic ENT surgical procedures, ZEISS EXTARO 300 focuses on Augmented Visualization, Single-Handed Operation and Digital Data Management to help save valuable time before, during and after the surgical intervention.
New Augmented Visualization modalities of EXTARO 300, such as NoGlare Mode suppress obtrusive light reflections from wet tissue, or with Multispectral Mode, enhances the contrast between vasculature and tissue. These dedicated solutions help surgeons to confidently evaluate all situations without losing valuable information, which may be covered up by reflections or low color contrast. “I can see how in laryngology, in particular, some of those illumination modes will be particularly useful when looking at blood vessels on the larynx itself,” says Dr. Peter A. Weisskopf, Mayo Clinic Phoenix.
Knowing that any adjustment to the visualization unit can interrupt the workflow, ZEISS EXTARO 300 has been designed to maneuver the system and control all its functions with a single hand. Controlling the light, camera and Varioskop® at the fingertips can help the surgeon perform procedures with maximum focus and efficiency.
In addition, ZEISS EXTARO 300 comes with the ZEISS Connect App, which provides a structured data management approach with easy organization of patient image and video data.
This integrated Digital Data Management supports clinical case documentation by conveniently integrating it into the digital practice.
“With these advances we support the entire ENT surgical segment with tailored offerings,” summarizes Dr. Ludwin Monz.
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