The Cube Navigation System (CNS) is an innovative navigation system for the intuitive & precise navigation of thin instruments in image guided interventions.
Image guided navigation of thin instruments is commonly done in a trial & error free-hand method. This can be time-consuming, inaccurate and radiation intense, especially if a double-oblique access route is warranted.
The Medial Templates Cube Navigation System combines an intelligent planning software with a single use, sterile guidance device. A simple, revolutionary solution for image guided interventions. – currently using CT, soon C-Arms.
Our Navigation systems
For pain therapy
In order to ensure effective pain treatment, maximum precision is required when injecting the drug. With the Access Cube, the active substance can be administered precisely: faster, with fewer control scans and with more consistent results.
For large needle interventions
The Access Cube not only helps to navigate the needle with millimeter precision, but also holds it in place after insertion. And since double-oblique access routes are just as easy to implement, you can really choose the access that is best for the patient.
The Puncture Cube in 1 Minute
In pain treatment, hitting the target perfectly to inject the drug is paramount. The Puncture Cube helps you to deliver with precision: Faster, with fewer control scans and more consistent results.
For a successful needle biopsy, reaching the target site – be it a lesion or nodule – is key for a successful diagnosis and treatment. The Puncture Cube not only helps to navigate the needle with millimeter precision, but also holds it in place once it is inserted. And because double oblique access paths are just as easy, you can really choose the access that is best for the patient.
Be it RF & microwave ablations, cryotherapy, laser induced thermotherapy, irreversible electroporation or vertebroplasties – the Puncture Cube helps to get the tools to the target site and keep them there during the procedure.
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