Robotic Surgery & Navigation
At Knox Private Hospital we strive to be at the forefront of advances in medical technology, offering our patients and surgeons options for a tailored surgical experience.
Across specialty areas:
Colorectal, General surgery, Gynaecology, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic & Urology
Brain Lab Curve® 2 Navigation
An Australian First at Knox Private Hospital – Brain Lab Curve® Navigation
Curve® 2 Navigation is Brain Lab’s most powerful and versatile image guided surgery platform that offers more than navigation. Featuring an extra-large 4K display, surgeons can plan, review, document and stream surgery from anywhere in the operating theatre.
This cutting edge technology is the gold-standard of imaging, providing enhanced accuracy and precision, improved ergonomics for our surgeons and accommodates patient preference for a minimally invasive approach, reducing pain and scarring and reducing the recovery period.
Curve® 2 Navigation technology complements the other advanced surgical capabilities available at Knox Private which includes the da Vinci and Mako robots, ensuring that the most advanced technology is available to support our doctors and staff to deliver best patient outcomes.
Curve® 2 Navigation - Digital Surgery
Easier Preoperative setup & planning is possible, with a slim display and lightweight camera cart that allows positions according to the surgeons preferred setup and limitless case planning is available.
Superior Intraoperative visualization & guidance allows positioning freedom and high resolution viewing with a 32 inch display, 40% more viewing space and a new level of detail with microscope or endoscope images displayed in 4K.
Immediate Postoperative documentation & archiving for clear record keeping achieved manually and automatically to any location.
For further information on the Curve Navigation by Brain Lab please visit: www.brainlab.com
We are proud to offer our patient’s access to the da Vinci® Si™ Surgical System.
The surgical system offers robotic technology allowing surgeons to operate with enhanced vision, precision, dexterity and control. The system delivers more precise movements through its intuitive motion and ergonomic design, and a highly magnified view, virtually extending surgeons' eyes and hands.
Robot-assisted surgery mimics the surgeon's hands with robotic arms performing scaled-down, tiny movements within the body. The surgeon remains 100 per cent in control of the operation but the robot provides optimised 3D vision, magnification and motion tremor control, allowing the surgeon to operate high-tech instrumentation with greater dexterity and precision.
The da Vinici Surgical System expands doctors' human capabilities by enabling minimally invasive and more efficient access through the abdomen and chest. The features include immersive 3D-HD vision system provides surgeons a highly magnified view, virtually extending their eyes and hands into the patient.
For further information on the da Vinci Si Surgical System please visit: www.davincisurgery.com