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OptoMedic Demonstrates Range of Endoscopic Imaging Systems at MEDICA 2022

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 14 Nov 2022
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Image: OptoMedic’s high-end products for minimally invasive surgery on display at MEDICA 2022 (Photo courtesy of OptoMedic)
Image: OptoMedic’s high-end products for minimally invasive surgery on display at MEDICA 2022 (Photo courtesy of OptoMedic)

OptoMedic Technologies Inc. (Guangdong, China) is demonstrating its high-end products and solutions for minimally invasive surgery (MIS) at the 2022 edition of MEDICA, the world's largest trade fair for medical technology, being held from 14 to 17 November in Düsseldorf, Germany. MEDICA provides the medical device industry with a central market for innovative products and systems that result in an important contribution to the efficiency and quality of patient care.

At MEDICA 2022, OptoMedic is showcasing its 2100 Series HD FloNavi Fluorescence Endoscopic Imaging System which is leading the traditional endoscopic system industry into the new era of functional endoscopic system. The 2100 Series HD FloNavi enhances visualization of tissue perfusion in real-time and enable users to switch between white light mode, standard FL mode, color scale FL mode, and multi-display mode at any time during surgery. It allows real-time lymphatic system tracking, tissue perfusion observation, and accurate tumor boundary mapping, providing multiple minimally invasive applications.

OptoMedic is also highlighting its 104K WhtNavi white light endoscopic imaging system which is intended to be used with an endoscope, monitor, endo-intervention accessories, and other auxiliary equipment for real-time visible observation, diagnosis, treatment and image recording. Its 4K high resolution offers more accurate qualitative white light imaging without flickering or delay, while its patented intelligent dimming technology prevents biological thermal burns. Visitors to OptoMedic’s booth at MEDICA 2022 can experience the unique FloNavi 3100 Series fluorescence open surgery imaging system featuring Color Scale FL Mode which can better show the fluorescence concentration and tumor boundary with ultra-high sensitivity. It uses industry-leading 4CMOS technology to enhance visualization of tissue perfusion in real-time. Additionally, the 3100 series camera head comes with a white light source and a NIR source.

At MEDICA 2022, OptoMedic is presenting the FloNavi 214K Series 4K Ultra HD Fluorescence Endoscopic System which enhances visualization of tissue perfusion in real-time and also enables users to switch between modes at any time during the surgery. Allowing for real-time lymphatic system tracking, tissue perfusion observation, and accurate tumor boundary mapping, the system provides multiple minimally invasive applications. The FloNavi 214K Series 4K Ultra HD Fluorescence Endoscopic System features the latest 4CMOS-4K and fluorescence technology, offering a resolution of up to 3840x2160p. It also features OptoMedic’s patented dual camera & four-chip technology that allows the user to control the camera electrically or manually. The system offers ultra-high color restoration to display the tissue in the human body in real-life color and its image enhancement algorithm further improves the image quality. Other advanced features include one-key automatic focusing and patented intelligent dimming technology.

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