The Stryker ENT navigation system combines groundbreaking Scopis augmented reality technology with innovative targeted-guided surgery (TGS) navigation. We’re bringing the next generation of customization capabilities to the OR. Our system is designed to adapt to your preferences, tools and workflows.
The Stryker ENT navigation system adapts to your preferences, tools, and workflows for a more seamless surgical experience. The system can track nearly any rigid instrument to navigate with confidence and a variety of malleable instruments3 with built-in tracking technology.
The Stryker ENT navigation system is designed to enhance precision.1 Powered by Scopis software, the system offers standard-of-care electromagnetic (EM) technology combined with groundbreaking target-guided surgery and augmented reality (AR). This serves to improve visualization of critical anatomy and tissue while merging planning to enhance visual information during surgery.2
This allows you to do the following:
ENT navigation system’s malleable instrumentation also allows for consistent precision while tracking from the tip of your pre-calibrated instrument.*
The intuitive user interface is designed to provide a simple, streamlined setup workflow that is easy to navigate, featuring:
XprESS LoProfile ENT dilation system delivers a unique combination of control and versatility. The addition of the TGS guidewire enables navigation during balloon sinus dilation procedures when using the XprESS LoProfile device.
This powerful combination is designed for precision and confidence during navigation-assisted cases.*
Features and benefits
These reusable (up to 10 times) and malleable instruments facilitate access to and precise navigation around complex anatomy.
Features and benefits
These instruments bring customization to new heights by adapting to your tools and workflows for a more seamless surgical experience.
Features and benefits
|Scopis ENT software
|Basic software for navigation in ENT applications
|Scopis ENT software with TGS (Target Guided Surgery) technology
|Premium software for planning and navigation in ENT applications with advanced planning features, virtual endoscopy and augmented reality technology
|Electromagnetic navigation unit
|High-performance navigation PC with electromagnetic measuring technology
|Accessory used for the electromagnetic position measurement of patient trackers and navigated instruments
|Field generator mounting arm
|Flexible mounting arm to position the field generator
|Equipment cart pro
|Includes four shelves and a storage drawer
|U.S./international keyboard, wired, number pad, USB
|Wired, USB, three buttons, scroll function
|Patient tracker tabs
|Adhesive pads for fixation of patient trackers electromagnetic, 100 per unit
|Patient tracker electromagnetic mini disinfectable red hub
|Disinfectable, used to locate the patient within the EM field
|Registration pointer electromagnetic
|Disinfectable, used for surface registration
|Navigation tool extension cable
|Extension cable for navigation tools
|Instrument clamp, forceps
|For attaching the universal tracker to rigid conventional surgical instruments
|Instrument clamp, 2-6 mm
|For attaching the universal tracker to rigid conventional surgical instruments between 2-6 mm
|Instrument clamp, 6-10 mm
|For attaching the universal tracker to rigid conventional surgical instruments between 6-10 mm
|Instrument clamp, 10-16 mm
|For attaching the universal tracker to rigid conventional surgical instruments between 10-16 mm
|TGS guidewire (single use)
|Allows navigation of XprESS LoProfile system
|Patient tracker electromagnetic (maximum 10 uses)
|Used to locate the patient within the EM field
|Precision pointer electromagnetic (maximum 10 uses)
|1.5 mm, malleable
|Suction tube, Frazier electromagnetic (maximum 10 uses)
|3 mm, malleable, straight suction
|Suction tube, Eicken electromagnetic (maximum 10 uses)
|3 mm, malleable, curved suction
|Endoscope tracker electromagnetic (maximum 10 uses)
|Navigation suitable for 0°, 30° and 45° endoscopes with 4 mm diameter and 180 mm length
|Calibration body electromagnetic (maximum 10 uses)
|Calibration of suitable conventional surgical instruments
|Universal tracker electromagnetic (maximum 10 uses)
|Allows navigation of rigid conventional surgical instruments in combination with an instrument clamp
|Instrument clamp sphere (maximum 10 uses)
|Adapter to track rigid conventional surgical instruments between 2-4.6 mm
|Instrument clamp universal (maximum 10 uses)
|3-6 mm, universal tracker
Interested in learning more about the Stryker ENT navigation system? Contact your rep and set up a trial.
*Designed to locate anatomical landmark of interest within 2 mm
**The TGS guidewire enables navigation during balloon sinus procedures when using the XprESS LoProfile device.
Data on file at Stryker D0000013273(UN606; SR773)
Citardi MJ, Agbetoba A, Bigcas JL, Luong A. Augmented reality for endoscopic sinus surgery with surgical navigation: a cadaver study. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 2016;6: 523–528
Stryker ENT Navigation system, instructions for use. D0000009107
Stryker ENT software 3.6.0, instructions for use. D0000060936
Stryker ENT software 3.4.54, instructions for use. TD8000010704
Field Generator, instructions for use. TD8000010701
Patient Tracker Electromagnetic, instructions for use. TD8000040700
Patient Tracker Tabs, instructions for use. TD8000100700
Registration Pointer, instructions for use. TD8000050701
Precision Pointer, instructions for use. TD8000050700
Suction Tube Fraizer Electromagnetic and Suction Tube Eicken Electromagnetic, instructions for use. TD8000050702
Instrument Clamp Electromagnetic Sphere and Instrument Clamp Electromagnetic Universal, instructions for use. 700000842818
TGS Guidewire, instructions for use. 5176-001
Field Generator Mounting Arm, instructions for use. TD8000010702
XprESS ENT Dilation System, instructions for use. 4322-001
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