CT-Navigation™ for your CT-guided percutaneous interventions
Click on the bullets to discover CT-Navigation™ features. CT-Navigation™ is CE (CE 0459) marked and has FDA clearance.
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NaviKit ™ is a single-use navigation device and is required for the insertion and follow-up of the needle during each intervention carried out with CT-Navigation ™
Needle progress is continually monitored.
Educate and train
CT-Navigation™ is also being utilized as a training tool. Chosen by a major medical training centre (iLumens, Paris), it has been integrated into the interventional curriculum.
New scans can be pushed to the station (screen) at any time for better control of the procedure.
CT-Navigation™ is useful in multi-probe procedures, allowing for greater accuracy when precision placement is key.
After the optimal trajectory is selected by the radiologist, the needle holder serves as a guide to help navigate and avoid critical structures.
The physician moves the needle-holder over the patient’s skin and uses it as a guide to explore the anatomy and to plan the needle’s trajectory. Once the optimal trajectory is selected, our NaviKit™ allows for the guidance of one or more needles to the target.
Real time navigation
Composed of an electromagnetic transmitter and receiver, the locating device makes it possible to display the needle’s anticipated trajectory in real time in two reconstructed sections pushed from the CT scanner to the station.