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ZEISS at SBNS London 2023

Stand 6, Rose Suite, Twickenham Conference and Events Centre

The SBNS Autumn Meeting - hosted by SBNS Colleagues
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ZEISS is a leader in neurosurgery technology, and we are committed to providing our customers with the best possible solutions and services.

At the SBNS Autumn Meeting, we will be showcasing the latest innovations in our workflow for brain tumour treatment. We would be delighted to welcome you to our stand and show you how our solutions can help you improve patient outcomes. We will also have a team of experts on hand to answer your questions and provide you with demonstrations of our innovative devices.

We look forward to seeing you at the SBNS Autumn Meeting in London!

ZEISS Tumour Workflow

Reconsider the standard of care.

The ZEISS Tumour Workflow1 adds confocal laser endomicroscopy (CLE) and intraoperative radiotherapy (IORT) to standard fluorescence and navigation guided neurosurgery. Thereby, ZEISS supports interdisciplinary neuro-oncology teams over several steps of the surgical workflow in delivering brain tumour treatment. Click below to find out more.

Quiz

Unleash your inner competitor and unlock the thrill of the unknown. Prepare to be amazed, surprised, and rewarded as you showcase your expertise across our tumour workflow.

All participants stand a chance to win a pair of ZEISS Terra binoculars, a signed framed photo by Jason Robinson - 2003 World Cup winner and a ZEISS branded rugby ball, a symbol of teamwork, precision, and excellence - embodying the qualities we strive for in the operating room.

Don't miss this incredible chance to expand your horizons and  seize the rewards. Join ZEISS on Stand 6 at SBNS 2023, and let us embark on a journey of innovation together!

Breakfast Symposium

Optimising Visualisation & ergonomics – wishful thinking?

Optimising Visualisation & ergonomics - wishful thinking?

An operating Neurosurgeon would like to visualise everything they need to see, ensuring they do not miss parts of a tumour or critical mass structure, with minimal tissue damage. Working ergonomically and efficiently with an engaged and educated team is the ideal and traditional microscopy has its limitations in this regard. Can this ideal be better achieved using advancing technology and surgeon-controlled robotics?

In this talk Jane Halliday will explore why utilising integrated flexible visualisation, hands free techniques and digital technology supports and improves the surgical workflow and share her learning on how to optimise new visualisation methods in microsurgery.

Speaker

Jane Halliday

Consultant Neurosugeon, sub-specialising in skull base and pituitary, Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester

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Directions

Twickenham Conference and Events Centre

Twickenham Conference and Events Centre 53 Grimwood Rd TW1 1BY London United Kingdom

ZEISS Materials

  • SBNS Breakfast Symposium Flyer

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