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Spine Surgery

EasyGO!® II Generation

Tubular System for Endoscopic and Microsurgical Spine Surgery

Special Features: 

  • Application possibilities for treating disc pathologies and stenoses at the lumbar and cervical levels
  • Second generation with more working space for better handling and a wider range of indications than the previous model1
  • Specially adapted telescopes and the high-resolution KARL STORZ 4K technology supports the differentiation of anatomic structures
  • Sequential dilation and the use of smaller trocar sizes can reduce muscle trauma1
  • Malleable drill handpieces for use with all trocar lengths


 1 Oertel/Burkhardt: The EasyGO! II System for the Fully Endoscopic Treatment of Diseases of the Cervical and Lumbar Spine, 2016, p. 8

VITOM® 3D – 3D Visualization for Open Spine Surgery

The VITOM® 3D system provides many surgical disciplines with a solution for the visualization of microsurgical and open surgical interventions. Application possibilities are similar to that of the operating microscope.1 The most important functions are controlled via the IMAGE1 PILOT, which is mounted on the OR table in the direct vicinity of the surgeon.

  • Smaller, lighter and more compact than an operating microscope2
  • Lower acquisition costs and creates synergistic effects with endoscopy by using the same video tower – thus combining the benefits of endoscopy and microscopy1
  • Ergonomic work – the user is not confined to the eyepiece1 
  • Improved workflow – the OR team can view the procedure in the same image quality as the surgeon1


1 Oertel: Vitom-3D for Exoscopic Neurosurgery: Initial Experience in Cranial and Spinal Procedures, World Neurosurgery (105), September 2017, p. 161
2 Siller: A high-definition 3-dimensional exoscope as an alternative to the operating microscope in spinal microsurgery