Scopis, manufacturer of surgical navigation systems based in Berlin, announces that the Scopis Navigation systems are compatible with the drill handpieces and shaver blades of Bien-Air Surgery SA (Switzerland, Le Noirmont).
Online PR News – 07-March-2013 – Berlin, March 4, 2013 – Scopis Navigation is a surgical navigation system for ENT-, CMF- and neurosurgery which can be integrated in existing endoscopy systems. With its features it helps reducing surgery times, minimizing clinical complications and saving costs.
Using the universal Scopis Adapter System conventional surgical instruments can be easily and quickly integrated into navigated surgery. Using this extension module now also allows for integration and navigation of active surgical instruments, as the compatible drill handpieces and shaver blades of the product series OSSEODUO by Bien-Air Surgery.
Bien-Air Surgery, based in Le Noirmont, Switzerland, is one of the world technology leaders in microsurgery. Bien-Air OSSEODUO Shaver & Drill offers a space-saving, ergonomic and high-precision system for microsurgery in the endoscopic and microscopic ENT-, CMF- and neurosurgery.
With the navigation of active instruments, such as the Bien-Air drill handpieces and shaver blades, Scopis® Navigation reaches a maximum in flexibility, functionality and safety while performing even the most complex surgical interventions.