Experts assess the UAW as an effective debridement method
In a scientific article recently published in the Journal of Wound Care (JoWC), experts from various disciplines advocate the use of the Ultrasonic-Assisted Wound Debridement (UAW) and confirm that there is a solid evidence base for its effectiveness.
As part of the newly founded North German AI health cluster KI-SIGS, Söring will investigate the extent to which automation is possible in neurosurgery and implement an AI assistance system for those working in this field.
Söring presents its unique ENP Micro instrument, which helps to remove deep-seated brain tumours within the ventricle system, at the hands-on workshop on cerebral and ventricular neuroendoscopy in Naples, Italy from January 20 to 24.
The new LEVICS Micro instrument is designed for precise ultrasonic aspiration of intracranial and spinal tumors. It stands out due to its high user-friendliness, which is reflected in a low instrument weight and easy assembly.
On November 22 and 23 the "5th International Workshop Ultrasonic based Spine Surgery" will take place at the University Hospital Greifswald. This workshop is organized by Dr. Jan-Uwe Müller, Deputy Director of the Department of Neurosurgery. Participants are expected to receive 17 credit points.
On August 1st, Söring will start the three-year research project "UltraLas", which aims to improve tumour detection and thus enable an even more precise and low-risk resection of neurosurgical lesions.
CAANS: Söring invites to symposium on ultrasonic surgery
Söring GmbH invites to the symposium "Ultrasonic tumor dissection and bone cutting in neuro- and spine surgery using SONOCA system" which will take place on July 25 at 1 p.m. during the CAANS congress in Abuja, Nigeria, in the F.C.T. Hall of the Transcorp Hilton Hotel.