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How to find a Kalstein product on the website?

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What are the delivery times?

The delivery time of your KALSTEIN product will depend on the following:

  • If the team of interest is in stock or if on the contrary it should be manufactured.
  • The type of freight you have chosen, this may be; Aerial or maritime.

Equipment In Stock:

– Delivery time (AREE): 15-30 days.

– Delivery time (Maritime): 45-60 days.

Equipment that are not in stock:

– Delivery time (AREE): 30-60 days.

– Delivery time (Maritime): 60-90 days.

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How does the guarantee work?

All Kalstein teams have a 1 year warranty against manufacturing defects. The guarantee does not cover the damage caused by poor installation or operation by the user, transport defects or uses different from those specified by the manufacturer. The guarantee excludes electrical or consumable parts. For more information visit our “Terms and Conditions” by clicking HERE.

In Kalstein we facilitate our customers inducements and technical support through new online methods. You can visit our Induction videos, technical assistance and guidance provided by a KALSTEIN team through our YouTube channel (Kalstein English).

How to make a purchase?

You can make your purchase through:

  1. By email: sales@kalstein.eu
  2. By telephone: +33 01 78 95 87 89
  3. ELECTRONIC TRADE: Through the official Kalstein website in your country.
Is there a minimum order amount?

There is not a minimum amount to place an order.

How and when to pay my order?

The payment method is pre-payment. You can make the payment of your order through:

  1. Bank transfer (our IBAN appears in all our business documents).
  2. Credit or debit card from the official Kalstein website.

 

How I can keep track of my order?

-To track desu asked, you can:

1. Contact the Department of Commercial Administration of Kalstein France:

  • Email: sales@kalstein.eu.
  • Telephone: (+33) 04 67 15 88 49

2. If you make your order through the electronic commerce of the official Kalstein website, GetRackearsu order thanks to your NUMBERDEODESDE DHL website.

Can I request an online quote?

Of course, you can request a quote for a Kalstein equipment of your interest directly from our official website. Once you have identified the model of your preference, click HERE

Can I be a distributor of the Kalstein brand?

Undoubtedly! Send us the following form completed https://kalstein.net/en/distributors/ plus the following information:

  1. Region
  2. Name of your company
  3. Why would you like to work on the Kalstein team?


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6 June 2023Uncategorized

Using optical surgical navigation systems, it enables the development of surgery through real augmented technological simulation, characterized by sensory perception, adding visual content, such as help guides to make them less invasive and showing the role of personnel as a comparative advantage over virtual reality.

In recent years, this type of virtual tool has been successfully implemented to make incisions through the optical surgical navigation system manipulated by the surgeon, in which it allows the least number of holes and insertions, leading to a reduction in post-operative and hospitalization times and a lower risk of surgical complications for the patient.

Advantages of optical surgical navigation systems

Guided operations symbolize a set of elements geared towards performing interventions in real time, assisted by navigation systems, enabling surgeons to simulate, educate and plan interventions.

It is useful to guide a route in a three-dimensional space, where images with contrast systems are used, applying fluorescent labels or markers that allow navigation and orientation of the system between organs and nerves with real-time images.

It also covers operational actions, usually linked to planning, enabling success rates in procedures, which are translated into static or dynamic systems, defined as:

  • Model-based surgical workflow.
  • Display surgery area and position in a display or monitor interface, including navigation for real-time instrument position.

Maintenance of optical surgical navigators

The operational confidence of surgical optical navigation systems can be enhanced or maintained through preventive maintenance of the equipment, as the medical staff operating it can concentrate on procedures and patient needs in an emergency.

On the other hand, most operating theatres that have navigation, are not always ready, which is why maintenance is a complicated and necessary step, given that they intervene images that save time and improve workflow and to achieve can create space for other interventions.

The components that develop a special role are milling and cutting tools, invasive surgical instruments, that function and adjust optimally and that the surgeon receives information about them through remote control options; i.e., not only display this on the actual device, but on a central, visible screen that can be operated by the healthcare professional.

In the field of medical technology, surgical optical navigation systems focus on advances that support current interventions. In addition, they work with conventional imaging techniques, whereby manufacturers develop replacement instruments that achieve integration into sensor structures.

Kalstein Optical Surgical Navigator

At Kalstein, we’re equipped with top-quality technological equipment, with YR series models, the advanced optical tracking system follows the real-time 3D position and orientation of active or passive markers attached to surgical tools, for exceptional precision (1.0 mm spatial resolution) and reliability.

Similarly, DICOM tomographic images and images captured with CT / C-arm / MRI / fMRI are applicable in the YR02143 surgical navigation system, and the procedure for simulating and modeling in 3D anatomical structures in the material (such as skin, skull, brain tissue or the target lesion) can be easily defined for surgical convenience, providing operators with four navigation modes for integral monitoring of the navigation process, automatically stores all patient image data and registration information, enabling the surgeon to load quickly and continue against unexpected power cuts.

At Kalstein, we’re manufacturers, offering you the best equipment, with the best advice to make sure your purchase is the right one, and at the best price. Take a look at our catalog HERE

6 June 2023Uncategorized

A surgical navigation system is a piece of medical equipment that enables the patient’s anatomy to be visualized during surgery, and the location of the surgical instrument to be accurately tracked. The use of such equipment during various surgical procedures brings greater precision, less invasive interventions and helps achieve better surgical results.

These medical devices enable the precise planning and execution of surgical procedures in the operating room, i.e. the guidance of surgical instruments such as electrobisturists. They consist of a series of instruments that are connected to screens by sensors using imaging methods.

What are the advantages of a surgical navigation system?

Today, thanks to technological development, surgical navigation systems provide optical tracking capabilities as well as integration with external devices such as microscopes and ultrasound. They are the accepted standard for neurosurgery, and have the capacity to monitor a large number of instruments simultaneously.

Among the many advantages offered by the use of surgical navigation systems, we find:

  • Fewer post-operative complications (infections, fistulas, etc.)
  • Reduced risk of sequelae
  • I They shorten hospital stays.
  • Smaller, more aesthetic incisions.
  • Applications in which surgical navigation systems are used
  • The use of surgical navigation systems is a highly complex and technologically demanding piece of equipment, requiring a multi-disciplinary team that is well trained to work with this very useful tool.

Among the procedures where optical surgical navigation systems can be used, we have :

  • Biopsy.
  • Catheter placement.
  • Tumor resection.
  • Spinal decompression.
  • Pelvic or spinal fixation.
  • Treatment of spinal or sacral trauma.
  • Positioning the deep brain stimulation electrode

How does a surgical navigation system work?

A surgical navigation system is based on the principle of high-precision stereoscopic vision. Today, this equipment typically includes polar navigation systems, micrometric navigation systems and others, and has become an integral part of computer-assisted surgery, which has enabled the use of digital images in surgical procedures, giving surgeons the ability to carry out preoperative planning and precise use of instruments during surgery.

The main function of these surgical navigation systems is to help locate anatomical structures accurately in open or percutaneous procedures. In this sense, surgical navigation systems work with conventional imaging techniques such as CT or MRI.

What do we offer you at Kalstein?

Kalstein is a MANUFACTURER of medical and laboratory equipment of the highest quality and featuring the most advanced technology at the best prices on the market, so we guarantee you a safe and efficient purchase, knowing that you have the service of a solid company committed to healthcare. On this occasion, we present our innovative YR02143 computer-aided electromagnetic surgical navigation system, which has the following features:

  • It is widely used for surgical visualization, planning and navigation to help minimize iatrogenic trauma to surrounding brain tissue and reduce the risk of surgical complications in cranial procedures (such as cranial neurology and ENT surgery).
  • The advanced optical tracking system follows the real-time 3D position and orientation of active or passive markers linked to surgical tools, for exceptional precision (1.0 mm spatial resolution) and reliability.
  • The method of simulation and 3D modeling of anatomical structures in the material (such as skin, skull, brain tissue or the target lesion) can be easily defined for surgical convenience.
  • With the integrated navigation probe and advanced optical measurement technology, the surgeon can easily quantify the size and position of lesions, then scientifically design the surgical approach.
  • The system provides operators with four navigation modes for complete monitoring of the navigation process.
  • Intelligent software will help calibrate and compensate for unexpected changes in anatomical structure and cerebral change induced by the removal of the intracranial lesion zone.
  • The YR02143 navigation system can be operated with a surgeon’s mouse or a touch-sensitive monitor mounted on the mobile cart or on the roof suspension arm.
  • The system automatically saves all patient image data and registration information to enable the surgeon to quickly load and continue surgical navigation against unexpected power cuts.
  • It can be used for all neurological and ENT surgeries, particularly in deep intracranial lesions, low-volume intracranial lesions, minimally invasive edge intracranial lesions and minimally invasive surgeries.

For further information, please take a look HERE

6 June 2023Uncategorized

A surgical navigation system is an image-guided intra-operative localization system, whose main function is to provide the surgeon with real-time feedback on the location of the surgical instrument in relation to the patient’s anatomy. In this way, it aids the planning and execution of surgical procedures in the operating room, guiding surgical instruments such as the electric scalpel. There are two types of navigation system: optical and electromagnetic, offering both flexibility and efficiency combined in a design that takes up little space in the operating room.

Today, the demand for minimally invasive surgery is growing, with shorter hospital stays, less pain for the patient and faster wound healing. This has led to a considerable increase in demand for surgical navigation systems.

Parts of a surgical navigation system

A surgical navigation system is made up of several instruments that are linked to screens by sensors using imaging methods. These systems offer optical tracking capabilities, as well as integration with external peripherals such as microscopes and ultrasound.

This modern medical device consists of software for deploying two- and three-dimensional images, an instrument for intra-operative localization, and a recording method between the images and the operating room environment. The most common systems use infrared cameras to locate instruments, while other models use an electromagnetic field.

What is the function of a navigation system?

These optical surgical navigation systems are designed to help pinpoint anatomical structures in open or percutaneous procedures. Today, they are considered an integral part of computer-assisted surgery. In other words, they provide surgical procedures based on digital imaging technology, and give surgeons the ability to plan and manipulate pre-operative instruments with precision.

In this respect, surgical navigation systems work with conventional imaging techniques such as CT or MRI, and can be used in procedures such as :

  • Biopsy.
  • Catheter placement.
  • Tumor resection.
  • Spinal decompression.
  • Pelvic or spinal fixation.
  • Treatment of spinal or sacral trauma.

How does an optical surgical navigation system work?

An optical surgical navigation system operates on the principle of stereoscopic vision, with a high degree of precision. Surgical navigation system equipment mainly comprises polar navigation systems, micron navigation systems and others.

These systems are also used in guided neurosurgery. Polaris surgical navigation systems provide position information on the monitor using 3D measurement navigation technology with a positioning laser.

What do we offer you at Kalstein?

Kalstein is a MANUFACTURER of medical and laboratory equipment of the highest quality and featuring the most advanced technology at the best prices on the market, so we guarantee you a safe and efficient purchase, knowing that you have the service of a solid company committed to healthcare. On this occasion, we present our innovative YR02143 computer-aided electromagnetic surgical navigation system, which has the following features:

  • It is widely used for surgical visualization, planning and navigation to help minimize iatrogenic trauma to surrounding brain tissue and reduce the risk of surgical complications in cranial procedures (such as cranial neurology and ENT surgery).
  • The advanced optical tracking system follows the real-time 3D position and orientation of active or passive markers linked to surgical tools, for exceptional precision (1.0 mm spatial resolution) and reliability.
  • The method of simulation and 3D modeling of anatomical structures in the material (such as skin, skull, brain tissue or the target lesion) can be easily defined for surgical convenience.
  • With the integrated navigation probe and advanced optical measurement technology, the surgeon can easily quantify the size and position of lesions, then scientifically design the surgical approach.
  • The system provides operators with four navigation modes for complete monitoring of the navigation process.
  • Intelligent software will help calibrate and compensate for unexpected changes in anatomical structure and cerebral change induced by the removal of the intracranial lesion zone.
  • The YR02143 navigation system can be operated with a surgeon’s mouse or a touch-sensitive monitor mounted on the mobile cart or on the roof suspension arm.
  • The system automatically saves all patient image data and registration information to enable the surgeon to quickly load and continue surgical navigation against unexpected power cuts.
  • It can be used for all neurological and ENT surgeries, particularly in deep intracranial lesions, low-volume intracranial lesions, minimally invasive edge intracranial lesions and minimally invasive surgeries.

For further information, please take a look HERE


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