Good Shepherd’s surgical-navigation system is changing the way doctors navigate intra-operative information and technology. Curve™ Image Guided Surgery is the ultimate command and control center for information-guided surgery. Surgeons optimize navigation with pre-op planning and surgical visualization. Accessible at the touch of a sterile touchpen or non-sterile finger, Curve is bigger, brighter, sharper and faster. Good Shepherd is the first in Texas to implement the Curve Navigation platform.
By using advanced image-guided navigation technology, Good Shepherd is able to better apply brain mapping technique on patients. Surgical-Navigation enables surgeons to more accurately target the surgical site down to the smallest degree by providing high definition screens and precise navigation.
Curve features the latest image guidance software powering advanced 3D displays and hallmark Brainlab image enrichment. This advanced technology allows ultra-fast image updating when tracking instruments, which promotes intra-operative confidence.
Through a human-centered design approach, Brainlab Curve challenges conventional surgical utility and incorporates great ergonomics, two game-changing, multi-directional touch terminals, digital HD, hi-fi and wi-fi. The surgical-navigation system is primarily utilized for brain, spine and sinus procedures.