Augmented Visualization

ZEISS EXTARO 300

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The correct recognition of critical anatomical structures is crucial for the success of a surgery. Light reflections and low-color contrast complicate the surgical procedure.

Learn from Prof. Mark Praetorius from University Clinic of Heidelberg, Germany how Augmented Visualization of the new ENT surgical microscope EXTARO® 300 from ZEISS reduces light reflections with NoGlare Mode and increases color contrasts with MultiSpectral Mode.

The MultiSpectral Mode does enhance the contrast within anything that has actual blood in it.

Prof. Mark Praetorius, University Clinic of Heidelberg, Germany

First experiences in the OR with ZEISS EXTARO 300

See a preview of the video and register to see how Prof. Marcel Kraft from Hirslanden Private Hospital Group, Basel, Switzerland, performs a microlaryngoscopy for the excision of a laryngeal cyst. Experience what a difference Augmented Visualization with ZEISS EXTARO 300 makes in the OR.

Experience the new Augmented Visualization functionalities with the ZEISS EXTARO 300 and the clinical difference it makes. See the usage of the NoGlare Mode in a larynx setting and an ear setting to reduce the reflections caused by liquids, instruments and drops of blood. Also, experience the contrast-enhancing capabilities of the new MultiSpectral Mode.

Middle Ear under Whitelight
(including reflections and red overload)

Middle Ear under NoGlare Mode
(reduced reflections of liquids and tube)

Middle Ear under MultiSpectral Mode
(reduced reflections and enhanced color contrast of tissue)