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VSI-Virtual Surgery Intelligence
Planning

The physician can use the 3D images of his patient to plan the intraoperative procedure.
Important structures, entrances, etc. can be highlighted and measured virtually. The planning
is stored and can be recalled before and after the intervention, as well as briefly during the procedure for optimal anatomical orientation.

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Measure

With the measuring tool of VSI Planning, the 3-dimensional CT/MRI images can be measured virtually. ​
Any area can be covered, including pathology such as aneurysms or tumors, to determine the exact size for the upcoming operation or for education and training. ​

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Measure

With the measuring tool of VSI Planning, the 3-dimensional CT/MRI images can be measured virtually. ​
Any area can be covered, including pathology such as aneurysms or tumors, to determine the exact size for the upcoming operation or for education and training. ​

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Drawing

With the VSI planning tool drawing, key and important points in the 3D CT/MRI can be drawn in virtually, e.g. fractures, pathologies, surgical accesses etc. for surgery planning, patient education, medical discussion/cooperation and for educational purposes. ​

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Drawing

With the VSI planning tool drawing, key and important points in the 3D CT/MRI can be drawn in virtually, e.g. fractures, pathologies, surgical accesses etc. for surgery planning, patient education, medical discussion/cooperation and for educational purposes. ​

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Shapes

In addition to the drawing function, shapes like an arrow, a circle and a line can be used to mark important points in the 3D CT/MRI or to plan surgical procedures. ​
The line or needle shape can be used to plan needle, catheter and drill entrances and to insert them virtually. ​
The shapes can be individually extended and adapted according to the doctor’s needs. They can be made larger and smaller and can be moved and rotated in all directions.​

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Shapes

In addition to the drawing function, shapes like an arrow, a circle and a line can be used to mark important points in the 3D CT/MRI or to plan surgical procedures. ​
The line or needle shape can be used to plan needle, catheter and drill entrances and to insert them virtually. ​
The shapes can be individually extended and adapted according to the doctor’s needs. They can be made larger and smaller and can be moved and rotated in all directions.​

Use for surgery

The prepared planning with VSI Planning is saved and can be called up again in the operating
room before and after the surgery. The VSI scans the patient and virtually places the 3D planning on him/her for optimal orientation.
The control is completely contactless and works using gestures and speech.​
More information about VSI Surgery you can find here.

In addition to classic planning, these functions can also be used for patient education,
training and consulting.

Example in OMS surgery

Here in the case of oral & maxillofacial surgery, a PSI (patient specific instrumentation)
prosthesis is inserted under the eye after an orbital blowout fracture.​ The physician has
placed the prosthesis virtually in VSI Planning and saved it. During surgery, he can open it briefly
again and display it virtually on the patient.

This information is especially helpful for localization and correct placement
of the PSI prosthesis.​