What are the advantages of a 3D C-arm during surgery?


With the development of medical imaging technology and the increasing demand for precision surgery, traditional two-dimensional images of the C-arm gradually cannot meet the information requirements for surgery. At this time, intraoperative three-dimensional C-arm has emerged. The intraoperative three-dimensional C-arm is an upgraded version that combines traditional two-dimensional and “CT like mode”, which can quickly generate cross-sectional, sagittal, coronal cross-sectional images, and three-dimensional three-dimensional images during surger
During surgery, the three-dimensional C-arm can display the anatomical results of the vertebral body and its attachments more clearly and completely through cross-sectional images from different directions, intuitively analyzing the three-dimensional spatial relationship between the lesion and surrounding tissues. 3D tomographic imaging can make surgical simulation and the formulation of surgical plans more accurate.

Intraoperative three-dimensional C-arm

Advantages of intraoperative 3D C-arm: 3D imaging function
Rich real-time information
From the figure below, it can be seen that two-dimensional images can provide overlapping images of the target area on a certain plane. Although the density differences of different tissues in the human body make the images rich in information, overlapping between tissues still occurs, such as the loss or illegibility of numerous information such as spatial location in the images, which affects the collection and application of information by doctors.
Intraoperative two-dimensional imaging
The MPR image group of 3D images can present richer information in the imaging area through segmentation of different planes. Especially for cross sections that cannot be covered by two-dimensional images, they provide another spatial dimension of information.

Advantages of intraoperative 3D C-arm: 3D imaging function
Intraoperative three-dimensional C-arm imaging
As a user, although doctors have preoperative images as the basis for judgment during surgery, each surgery has its own unique characteristics and requires real-time information provided by intraoperative 3D C-arm images as the basis for intraoperative diagnosis and treatment operations.
Safeguarding the Surgery
The richer information brought by the three-dimensional C-arm imaging during surgery can serve as the basis for doctors to make judgments during surgery, as well as real-time imaging judgment after surgery, to ensure surgical effectiveness.
In previous surgeries, there may be situations where a certain surgical effect needs to be adjusted during the imaging CT examination after the surgery, which often requires a comeback, revision, etc. to solve the problem. The intraoperative 3D imaging function provided by the 3D C-arm during surgery can integrate this step into the surgical process, effectively reducing the risks for both doctors and patients, and providing protection for the surgery.

The Image Foundation of Robot Navigation
In recent years, robot navigation devices have become increasingly widely used in clinical practice, and intraoperative 3D C-arm imaging is the foundation of robot navigation systems for surgical execution. It plays a dual role in map positioning and effect verification, making surgical execution more accurate and ensuring surgical effect verification.

Advantages of intraoperative 3D C-arm: 3D imaging function
Perlove Medical Orthopedic Surgery Robot is equipped with an intraoperative 3D C-arm (with independent core independent intellectual property rights), utilizing integrated adaptive registration technology to achieve automatic registration and registration. Through preset parameters and intelligent algorithms, the optical locator, patient, and image are automatically established


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