Neurosurgical navigation has become an essential technology in brain surgery. The technique uses computer-aided and imaging technologies to provide high-precision brain anatomy images, helping surgeons to locate and make decisions in real-time, thus improving the accuracy, safety, and success rate of the surgery.
Specifically, neurosurgical navigation mainly involves the following steps: First, patients need to undergo imaging examinations, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computed tomography (CT) scans, to obtain accurate brain imaging data. Secondly, the doctor uses imaging processing technology to generate high-precision 3D brain anatomy images. Next, the surgeon can use computer software for surgical planning, such as predicting the best entry point and path, setting surgical goals, and so on. During the surgery, the surgeon can display the images from the computer software on a display screen or projection screen in the operating room in real-time to help them locate the lesion and organ positions, determine the best surgical entry point and path, etc. Some neurosurgical navigation systems are also equipped with special devices, such as electromagnetic locators or optical tracking systems, to track the position of the surgeon’s surgical tool in real-time, further improving the accuracy and safety of the surgery.
MEDS-7061 is a high-performance medical box pc designed for medical data analysis and high-precision 3D brain anatomy images process, featuring Intel® 8~10th Gen. Core™ i series processors. It comes equipped with a PCIe x16 slot that supports high performance GPU acceleration cards or FPGA cards, as well as PCIe x4/ x1 slots for capture cards or other applications.
The system also boasts several ingenious design features, such as a swappable system fan, magnetic side cover, and a unique thermal solution. Despite its compact size, the MEDS-7061 delivers exceptional computing and graphics performance, making it the ideal solution for neurosurgical navigation applications in hospitals.