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Integrated O.R.s

SNT and Brainlab put surgery and patient results first with plug and play technology that works reliably under pressure.

Time-saving and insightful
documentation + reporting tools

We use technology that streamlines informed understanding for progressive decision making in the O.R.

Surgical planning technology

Create consistent outcomes through pre-emptive decision making and anticipated complications.

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Elements ® spinal planning applications

Spinal planning with Brainlab consists of tailored Elements software applications that fit into your workflows, complementing the equipment and techniques you already use. From screw planning on preoperative data to automated screw placement verification, you can plan new ways to get the most out of your O.R. time.

Maximise time during spine surgeries with Brainlab's time-saving apps that fit your workflows


Spine Screw Planning ©
Automatically define screw trajectories
  • Pre or intraoperatively define optimal screw trajectories on multiple image modalities, including CT, XT and MR datasets.
  • Once your screws are planned,can help you achieve your results. Simply place the robotic alignment module in the area of interest and let Cirq fine-tune to the pre-planned trajectory.
Spine Curvature Correction ©
Compensate for variations in spine curvature
  • Co-register scans of the patient to compensate for inevitably varied spine positions during different imaging sessions.
  • Ideal for fusing long range scans from an iCT or cone beam CT, the software brings together scans from MR and CT with iCT to update them for surgery.
Viewer Smart Layout ©
View everything you need in one layout
  • View independent axial planes automatically aligned to the curvature of the spine in a single view, ideal for preop pedicle assessment and postop screw verification.
Viewer 3D ©
Fast access to medical images and visualisation of surgical planning data
  • Views prepared in the office, including measurements, can be accessed and reviewed intraoperatively on a planning station or directly on the navigation system
Segmentation Spine ©
Save time with automatically segmented objects
  • Automatically map the spine and surrounding organs to quickly help visualise the anatomy and enable manipulation of defined objects on CT scans.
  • Intraoperatively view these objects as augmented reality overlays withand preoperatively with
Ready to use your operative time more effectively?
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Image Fusion ©
Align anatomical structures between data sets
  • Fully automated and highly accurate image fusion
  • Mutual information algorithm for dataset correlation within seconds
  • Region-of-interest definition for dataset correlation in areas with similar anatomy
  • Flexibility to contour on any dataset
SmartBrush ©
Define tumor volumes on just two slices
  • Support your planning with intelligent computer- assisted tumor outlining
  • Delineate the tumor on just two slices and its volume is automatically generated
  • Deeply automate your target delineation, incorporate multiple modalities and take advantage of multi-planar volume definition.
3D Spine Navigation ®

3D Spine navigation amplifies the surgeon’s extensive skill and experience. The software works in tandem with the surgeon to provide additional insight and guidance to arrive efficiently at surgical outcomes.

More accuracy, less radiation


Accurate pedicle screw placement
Brainlab Spinal Navigation delivers accurate pedicle screw placement compared to conventional surgical techniques. Navigate implants and instruments on 2D images, 3D scans, MR or CT datasets in all stages of surgery.
  • Accurately plan incisions and trajectories with any instrument
  • Supports implant placement especially in anatomically critical areas
  • Guides posterior incision and approach for minimally invasive surgeries
Decreased X-Ray Exposure
By requiring fewer verification scans due to precision instrument tracking, Brainlab Spinal Navigation enables reduced X-Ray exposure to the surgical team and the patient. Visualise incisions and trajectories in real-time and plan with any instrument at skin level.
  • Reduce X-Ray exposure to surgical team and patients
  • Plan incisions and trajectories at skin level
  • Visualise instruments on 2D images, 3D scans, MR or CT scans in real time
How spine navigation amplifies surgery
  • Navigate on any type of image data such as CT, MR and fluoro 3D to incorporate critical information into navigation.
  • Import pre-planned objects, like screws with trajectories and contoured tumors, to add context.
Treat a multitude of indications
Degenerative Cases
For routine degenerative procedures, you can intraoperatively plan pedicle screws with the help of the instrument tip offset tool. Your entry points and trajectories can be planned and stored even before the first incision. Once planned, let autopilot mode guide you to your intended destination.
Deformity Correction
During deformity cases such as scoliosis, you can navigate on more than one dataset simultaneously to bring together all the preoperative information you need. Fusion applications adapt your preoperative plans to the patient’s intraoperative position while saving time and radiation exposure from additional intraoperative scans.
Tumor Resection
3D objects visible below the surface enhance precise approach planning, add context, and give a further understanding of the patient’s anatomy, allowing you to make informed decisions with live updates during surgery.
Start with this piece of straightforward software and scale up whenever you need.
  • Configure to suit your needs - Spine & Trauma Navigation is the basis for the digitalisation of your hospital’s entire spine surgery workflow. Start with this piece of straightforward software and scale up whenever you need.
  • Integration for every O.R. - Adding Brainlab Spine & Trauma Navigation is possible for every surgeon and every surgery. Brainlab integrates with C-arms, Cone Beam CTs, intraoperative CTs, angio devices and third party instruments. Regardless of budget, workflow or existing equipment, we can level up your surgeries.
  • Integrate the instruments you already use - Spine Navigation fits seamlessly into your surgeries. With its open platform approach, you can use the instruments you know and love.
  • Navigate with your current setup - Spine & Trauma Navigation easily integrates into any existing O.R. and is compatible with any imaging system. There’s no need to purchase proprietary imaging hardware.
Third party integrations

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Multi disciplinary, consistently designed, and easy to use. Maximise your workflow.


Viewer 3D ©
Fast access to medical images and visualisation of surgical planning data
  • Quick and direct interaction with DICOM data
  • 3D multi-planar reconstructions in axial, coronal, sagittal, oblique
  • 3D volume rendering of CT, MR, PET, SPECT
  • Presets for skin, bone, vessel, DRR, MIP
  • Superimposition of dataset and planning data
  • Optional Smart Anatomy Cranial provides high level of anatomic context and detail
  • Stereoscopic visualisation in combination with a 3D monitor improves spatial orientation

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Open Framework. Open to Everything

The spine surgery market has never had more technology. More implants. More software. More devices. More providers. The end result of all of this more is that hospitals actually have less choice. That’s why Brainlab created the Brainlab Open Framework.

Proprietary systems require hospitals to buy technology which only works with its own components. To enable more choice, hospitals have to turn to open systems. Brainlab has always had an open framework that allows free choice. With Brainlab you can choose implants. Opt for software. Embrace different devices. Combine providers. We are open to everything.

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Curve ® Navigation

Brainlab’s most powerful and versatile image guided surgery

Second nature doesn’t come more easily.
Constructed to move easily between and adapt to multiple operating rooms.
Customise with optical and electromagnetic tracking or choose to combine with a second Curve display cart, Buzz® Digital O.R. and third-party displays.
Planning has never been easier
  • Position the display and camera anywhere you need for your procedure.
  • Flexibly connect a range of devices—from intraoperative imaging to Cirq.
  • Create and optimise plans right before or even during the procedure with O.R. access to any Elements software.
  • Bring hyper-realistic mixed reality visualisations from the screen into the operating room.
Enhanced visualisation
  • View and navigate various datasets on the 32” display with 40% more viewing space compared to a 27”.
  • Experience a new level of detail with microscope or endoscope images displayed in 4K.
  • Activate live streaming to share your view with colleagues or students outside the O.R.
Works with your own devices
  • Wirelessly connect a tablet device and control Curve Navigation from anywhere in the O.R.
  • Plan pre- and intraoperatively with Brainlab Elements and review your plan with Mixed Reality right in the O.R. in hyper-realistic 3D. Curve perfectly combines Brainlab software with intraoperative imaging, surgical robotics and third party devices.
Post op - auto generated archiving and patient reports
  • Create reports or data archives automatically and export them to your preferred location such as a picture archiving and communication system (PACS), hospital information system (HIS), vendor neutral archive (VNA), USB drive or Brainlab’s Cloud Service (Quentry).
  • Client’s can easily access exported reports on their own devices for review or patient consultation.
Try it on for size? We’ll come to you.
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1. Pre-op
Easy setup + planning reduces time and effort, and multi disciplinary technology options adapt effortlessly to
address the needs of different procedures
  • Easy and flexible positioning
  • Fast data setup
  • Access to all Elements applications
  • Hyper realistic mixed reality visualisations with Elements “Viewer 3D”
  • Optical tracking for cranial, spine, trauma, ENT and CMF procedures.
  • Electromagnetic tracking for spines, cranial and ENT procedures.
2. Intra-op
Display and control more content from different Elements applications + enhance the quality of your
procedures with impeccable 4K visual imagery guidance
  • Connect multiple devices + sources
  • 4K visualisation of microscope or endoscope images  
  • Live stream, record or capture your procedure while you work
3. Post-op
Automatic: Record keeping and insightful data analysis, patient reports for better communication, and educational material for learning and teaching
  • Connect multiple devices + sources
  • 4K visualisation of microscope or endoscope images  
  • Live stream, record or capture your procedure while you work
Kick ®
Rental available

Pure Navigation with Optical Tracking. Powerful, portable and minimalistic surgical navigation for surgeons seeking focused functionality.

Powerful, portable and minimalistic surgical navigation
Robotic surgery adapts to your operating room
Kick® is the small, sleek and powerful navigation system that completes the Brainlab surgery platform portfolio. Shift easily between applications and dart between operating rooms; with its engineered minimalism, Kick is an ideal solution for navigation purists.
  • Sleek design with high performance
  • Drapable full HD capacitive touch display
  • Patient-centric data handling for optimised system operation and intuitive usability
  • Compatible with all current Brainlab Element's applications
  • Optical tracking with laser guidance
  • Light-weight, compact and portable
Smart Connections
The Kick operating system and user interface offer an intuitive way to access various applications. The system is compatible with all current Brainlab software and allows easy connection to external devices like endoscopes for combined functionality in the O.R.
  • Easy upload and storage of patient data
  • High speed network ports for access to PACS and network based devices
  • Integrated WLAN for wireless patient data transfer
  • Quick integration of surgical devices
  • Drag and drop display simplified for content management and intuitive system control
More Functionality
By adding Buzz Digital O.R, surgical teams can access even more features with Kick, like advanced planning, flexible control and additional viewing capabilities.
  • Remote access between Kick and Buzz
  • Integrated O.R. functionalities such as automatic patient worklist creation and web-based conferencing
  • Access to more Elements planning applications for image viewing and enrichment.
Loop X ® Mobile Imaging Robot

Loop-X is setting new standards in image guided surgery by introducing robotics to high-end intraoperative 2D and 3D imaging.

Experience new surgical possibilities with Loop-X
Robotic automation

Advance your intraoperative imaging workflow with robotics—from spine level localisation, incision planning and navigation-guided 2D imaging to pre-programmed parking and imaging positions.

Loop-X reduces scanner interaction, ensuring an optimised, time-saving workflow and giving surgeons imaging freedom and control in the O.R.

Meticulous design

Thanks to its thoughtful design, experience effortless flexibility in patient positioning, battery powered system maneuvering and seamless O.R. integration.Loop-X is compact and lightweight with an all-in-one footprint. Independently moving source and detector, wide open gantry, and wireless control tablet are all designed to increase its ease-of-use.

Reinvented imaging

Benefit from high resolution images while tailoring radiation levels and scan area to the needs of your case and the patient’s anatomy. Loop-X enables an extra large field of view, continuous adaptive collimation, X-Ray filtration and reduced dose options. Acquired images can be automatically registered to your patient so you can start navigating right away.

Elevating spine surgery at every step
  • Robotics - Enhance your surgical workflow with robotic capabilities supporting system positioning, imaging and verification.
  • Imaging - Image wider, longer regions in 2D and 3D, like the pelvis, multiple levels of the spine and stereotactic localisers with an extra-large field of view.
  • Optimisation - Optimise image quality while sparing surrounding structures through radiation collimation.
  • Positioning - Position patients flexibly—from pediatric to obese—for a large range of indications with an adaptive field of view.
  • Control - Control scanner motion with a navigated instrument or footswitch directly from the surgical site.
  • Functionality - Perform imaging during functional neurosurgery procedures without having to transfer the patient to radiology.
Mobile robotic imaging to transform surgery
Leave manually counting levels behind with robotics

Smart laser projections remove the intraop imaging ‘fiddle factor’. By defining the level of interest on a 2D image, Loop-X robotically supports localisation and projects both the incision start and end points directly onto the patient’s skin.

The patient is the focal point – not the isocenter

The detector and imaging source move independently enabling non-isocentric imaging. Patients don’t need to be positioned in the center of the gantry since the system moves the scan area to the region of interest.

Verification has never been easier

Screw placement verification is a critical yet often time-consuming task in surgery. Instrument guided imaging allows Loop-X to robotically follow the pointer or a pre-planned screw and position itself for AP, lateral or even oblique 2D verification scans.

Buzz ®

Centralised Information Hub. The next generation of O.R. integration with intuitive multi-touch user interface and future-proof design

The next generation of O.R. integration with intuitive multi-touch user interface and future-proof design
O.R. Information & Control Center
Buzz, the next generation platform, is a network-based central information hub that routes, displays, interacts, streams, records and enhances medical images, software content and videos. Designed as a zero footprint open platform with practical touch interface, Buzz is prepped for every O.R.
  • Displays and controls data and video sources centrally on a user-friendly interface
  • Enables network-based routing of video and software content on multiple displays
  • Allows for audio/video conferencing and streaming
  • Integrates HIS and PACS for easy data handling and documentation
  • Enables surgical planning with Elements, such as Viewer, SmartBrush, Image Fusion, Dose Review and more
  • Integrates multiple 3rd party software through open platform architecture
Robust hardware
With state-of-the-art hardware components, Buzz is built to be a long-lasting mainstay in the operating room. Its durable yet sensitive glass front panel makes communication and utilisation in the O.R. easy and clear.
  • High resistance to water and dust for durability and easy maintenance (IP44)*
  • Audio and video components optimized for clear sound and picture
  • Responsive and accurate touch control on 42” display
  • Frontward folding, swiveling display for easy service access
  • Multi-touch based features like drag and drop, zooming and panning for intuitive device operation
Flexible setup
With two versatile hardware configurations, flexible integration possibilities, and simple mounting, Buzz can be easily installed in both newly constructed and existing operating rooms.
  • Recessed in-wall or mounted on-wall configurations adaptable to hospital needs
  • Separate compact 4RU computer located inside or outside O.R. facilitates optimal space usage
  • Network-based integration of hardware and video sources ensures uncluttered O.R. setup with minimal hardware footprint
  • Multiple connection ports (USB 2.0 & 3.0, DP, HD-SDI, Network) enable simple data transfer and device connectivity
  • Accessible from sterile field with Wi-Fi-based remote control
Future-proof platform
With durable hardware and intelligent software, speed and performance are at the core of Buzz. The system’s purpose is to support the surgeon in their daily routine, enabling them to focus on the patient and the procedure now and in the future.
  • Fast system boot-up facilitates smooth O.R. workflows
  • State-of-the-art computer components ensure fast data transfer and technological longevity*
  • Multiple hardware connection possibilities due to standard interfaces
  • 3rd party software can be integrated, displayed and controlled through Buzz
  • Various O.R. workflows can be consolidated on one single source, minimizing the number of interfaces in the O.R.
Buzz Navigation
This zero footprint and MR-conditional platform combines the best of two worlds—Image Guided Surgery and Digital O.R. integration. Comprising a 42” wall-mounted display, 27” ceiling-mounted display and navigation camera, Buzz Navigation (Ceiling-Mounted) provides access from the sterile and non-sterile field to control data. Video routing, streaming and recording of content as well as navigation functions can all be managed from any display.
  • High performance platform supports workflows from advanced to navigation as well as capabilities
  • Easily accessible connection unit for integration of multiple intraoperative devices
  • Split screen layout enables routing of up to four sources onto one monitor to keep all data in sight
  • Ceiling-mounted components compatible with select 3rd party arm systems
  • Customization includes an additional ceiling or wall-mounted display as well as external video routing technology (VoIP, 4K)
Buzz Compact
Buzz Compact** condenses the core functionalities of a Brainlab Digital O.R. into a small yet powerful device. This flexible information hub addresses the essential video routing, documentation and archiving needs of various medical teams in clinics and hospitals.
  • Access DICOM viewer and other on a 15” all-in-one device
  • Designed with the same intuitive user interface as all other Brainlab software
  • Record videos using state-of-the-art 4K imaging
  • Install on wall or table stand for flexible placement
  • Integrates with existing infrastructure for easy installation
  • Rely on a future-proof asset with streamlined IT (HIS/PACS/VNA) integration and scalable software architecture
Cirq ® Robotics

Designed to mimic the human arm, Cirq offers you additional support during surgical procedures. But this new surgical robot provides you with more than just an extra “hand” in the operating room. Cirq gives you stability that doesn’t tire along with consistency and precision you can rely on.

Free your hands with robot assisted surgery
Instrument guidance for spinal drilling
  • Saves time — Seamless minimally invasive and open workflows
  • Provides stability — Locks in place by anchoring securely to the bone
  • Enables flexibility — Vendor-neutral compatibility with multiple implant sets
  • Reduces cost — Mainly reusable components keep disposables per case to a minimum
Robotic alignment for spine surgery
  • Simplifies procedures — Allows the surgeon to concentrate completely on the anatomy
  • Frees up focus — Once locked firmly in place, surgeons have both hands free
  • Integrates fully — Use Brainlab planning, imaging and navigation together as one
  • Removes human error — Motorised movement provides robotic precision and stable hold
Robotic surgery adapts to your operating room
  • Cirq fits into almost any operating room or surgical situation allowing surgeons to make use of the advantages of robotic assisted surgery
  • The system attaches easily to most common O.R. tables
  • Accommodates multiple imaging devices
  • Can be used with most implant vendors.
Are you ready to free up your workflows?
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Strive for high level precision

Precision with Cirq begins with dedicated guidance software for rough alignment to the pre-planned trajectory. Then the Cirq Robotic Alignment Module steps in to make fine adjustments to enable greater precision than with freehand placement alone.

Interchange modules for more flexibility

The future of robotic surgery is modular. With its interchangeable modules, Cirq is a highly adaptable and versatile robotic surgical system.