The core focus of Naviswiss hip navigation issimplicityandessential functionality.
Without the need for preoperative imaging, it gives the surgeon full control overcup orientation, leg lengthandoffset.
Naviswiss assists in achieving the planned outcome and an optimized patient-individual alignment, guiding the surgeon through 3 easy steps.
BENEFITS FOR SURGEONS AND HOSPITALS
Naviswiss integrates the latest patented technology into aneasy to use system. Without the need for preoperative imaging,it is a smartway to achieve a controlled and documented surgical outcome.
Naviswiss putsthe navigation system in the surgeon’s hand,making surgical navigation as easy to use as a surgical instrument.The miniaturization enables a minimally invasive surgical technique.
Naviswiss supports orthopedic surgeons in theprecise implementation of hip implantsin accordance with surgical planning.The immediate results can contribute to quality improvements anddocument the outcome.
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