Progress needles with precision and confidence

Performing needle procedures in the interventional suite frees up your CT system and provides better access to the patient. However, under fluoroscopic guidance, it may be challenging and time consuming to find the right entry point and advance the needle to avoid critical structures.

TrackVision 2 provides live 3D needle guidance during your procedures. It lets you advance the needle down a planned trajectory overlaid on live fluoroscopy, visualizing any deviations from the desired path.


  • Support multiple trajectories
  • 3D trajectories are registered in real time to C-arm and table movements, field of view and Source-to-Image Distance in real time
  • Visualize patient motion with the bone anatomy overlay and correct it at table side
  • Send Bull eye's view angle to the gantry in a single click


  • Intuitive user interface, all at tableside. Control TrackVision 2 at tableside through an intuitive user interface. Manage smoothly multiple trajectories and their bull’s eye and progression views.
  • Progress and register with accuracy. TrackVision 2 allows the user to automatically fuse CBCT data over the live fluoroscopic image with an accuracy better than 1.8 mm
  • Visualize and correct misregistrations. TrackVision 2 allows the user to visualize misregistrations with the help of a dedicated 3D bone rendering, and correct this mis-registrations in both translation and rotation in order to achieve accuracy better than 1 mm on the needle trajectories.

System Requirements

TrackVision 2 is supported on the AW Workstation platform. 

Intended Use

TrackVision 2 is intended to enable users to load 3D datasets and overlay and register in real time these 3D datasets with fluoroscopic or radiographic images of the same anatomy in order to support catheter/device guidance during interventional procedures.

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