Experience fully-automated, robotic digital microscopy
Modus V™ is a fully-automated, hands-free, robotically-controlled digital microscope with advanced visualization that supports a wide range of surgical approaches and workflows. You can operate comfortably and efficiently because the robotic arm, driven by tracked instrumentation, automatically maneuvers the digital microscope to desired viewing angles.
With an optimal standoff distance and a minimal profile in the operative field, Modus V™ offers a large working area. Its enhanced optics, which include a larger field of view, a higher depth of field and more natural color reproduction, ensure that you have a clear view of critical anatomical structures at all times.
Improves surgical workflow
Tracked surgical instruments provide hands-free robotic movement and optical focal depth control
Optimizes your view of the surgical field
Cognitive optics automatically optimize lighting and camera conditions
The robotic arm responds to your touch by detecting and performing intended manual adjustments
Simplifies room positioning and setup
Full surgical articulation of the robotic arm simplifies room positioning and setup
System status overlay
System settings, including optics and automation, are displayed on the video overlay, to help you maintain focus on the primary surgical monitor and your patient
Designed for the future of digital processing
Platform is built for the digital future of surgery with software designed for upgrades that will take advantage of advances in data capture and analysis
Surgical Case Presentations
Managing Complex Brain and Spinal Tumors Using Advanced Robotic and Imaging TechnologyDr. Mitesh Shah from Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine speaks about the clinical use of Synaptive technology, including the robotic digital microscope, Modus V.
Surgical Management of Brain Tumors Utilizing the Synaptive ApproachDr. Constantinos Hadjipanayis from Mount Sinai Health Systems in New York City speaks about the clinical use of Synaptive technology, including the robotic digital microscope, Modus V, as well as the automatic tractography tool, BrightMatter Plan.
Clinical applications of tractography and a preview of a novel automatic segmentation algorithmDr. Sebastian Koga from Ochsner Health System in Louisiana speaks about the clinical applications of tractography in his surgical practice, as well as beyond surgery, for use in longitudinal tracking of post-operative patient recovery. Dr. Koga includes a preview of a novel automatic segmentation algorithm, that will be launched in 2019.
Modus V Surgical Videos
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