Aesculap Aeos® Robotic Digital Microscope

The immersive visibility you want.
The practicality you need. 

Visuals meet versatility in a powerful exoscope offered at an attractive investment level.

Transform Your Practice

The Aesculap Aeos Robotic Digital Microscope offers the upright ergonomics of an exoscope with high-quality imaging, all at the surgeon's precise, robotically-controlled command. This approachable upgrade will replace the traditional optical microscope in your practice across your procedural capabilities while providing visualization, control and efficiency.

Upgrade Your Ergonomics

  • Heads-up positioning offers an unrestricted, unobstructed view. This allows the surgeon, not the microscope, to determine ergonomics, unlike traditional microscope ocular tethers which can hinder procedures and care offerings.
    - 74% of surgeons experience abnormal amounts of pain and/or discomfort during work1
    - 35% of surgeons performed fewer operations due to injury2
  • Agile repositioning via low profile; look over design paired with robotic arm
  • Option for hands-free, full functionality with wireless foot switch

Immerse Your Team In Procedures

  • See in full resolution, regardless of magnification level, with 10x optical zoom
  • Full-time 3D allows surgeons to focus on the task at hand without worrying about 2D-to-3D magnification requirements
  • Low heat co-axial LED illumination lights the entire surgical field, including deep and narrow cavities
  • Entire operating room team has visibility with immersive 3D 4K imaging paired with High Dynamic Range (HDR) on a 55" screen and 3D monitor setups

Surgeon-Controlled Precision Robotics

  • Robotic-assisted movements allow the surgeon to wield complete control of their positioning
  • Precise repositioning places the camera head exactly where it needs to be exactly when the surgeon needs it there
  • Fully robotic arm features six degrees of freedom and provides a range of repositioning options:
    - Assisted drive
    - Micro movements
    - Waypoints
    - Lock-on target
    - Hands-free via wireless foot switch

Fluorescence-Guided Surgery In A Whole New Light

  • Augmented Reality (AR) capabilities in DUV400 ultraviolet light mode provide additional insights from combined fluorescence and white light images
  • Backlight illumination aids visualization of nearby non-fluorescing structures without switching back to white light
  • 3D digital fluorescence in DUV400 ultraviolet and DIR800 infrared light modes


The Digital Connectivity Of The Future

  • Future-proof your investment with software updates and an upgradeable digital platform
  • Digitally augment on-screen images with multiple imaging modes
  • Plug-and-play integration with neuroendoscopes and other imaging technologies

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References: 1. Gadjradj PS, Ogenio K, Voigt I, Harhangi BS. Ergonomics and Related Physical Symptoms Among Neurosurgeons. World Neurosurg. (2020) 134:e432-e441. 2. Epstein S, Sparer EH, Tran BN, et al. Prevalence of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Surgeons and Interventionalists: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JAMA Surg. 2018 Feb 21;153(2):e174947. doi: 10.1001/jamasurg.2017.4947. Epub 2018 Feb 21.


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    Transitioning from Traditional Optical to Heads-Up Microscopy

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    Setting the Stage with Aesculap Aeos Robotic Digital Microscope

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