Basic Instruments

With its short, rounded tip the registration pointer facilitates easy and comfortable image-to-patient regis-tration. The registration pointer is autoclavable.

The straight pointer is the standard instrument for clin-ical navigation. It is used for precise measurement and to localise anatomical structures.  The straight pointer is autoclavable.

The sinus pointer is bent at the tip and resembles a frontal sinus probe. It ensures precise navigation, even in hard to reach anatomical regions.  The sinus pointer is autoclavable.