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Fluorescence Open Surgery Imaging System Gives Surgeons a New View

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 25 Aug 2022
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Image: The FloNavi 3100 Fluorescence Open Surgery Imaging System (Photo courtesy of OptoMedic)
Image: The FloNavi 3100 Fluorescence Open Surgery Imaging System (Photo courtesy of OptoMedic)

Fluorescence imaging has become a hot word in the field of surgery. A growing number of surgeons are using fluorescence imaging technology to identify the target area during procedures. Fluorescence imaging systems benefit both surgeons and patients, although not many fluorescence camera heads for open surgery are available in the market.

The FloNavi 3100 Series fluorescence open surgery imaging system is as a unique product from OptoMedic Technologies Inc. (Guangdong, China) that features 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.

The FloNavi 3100 Series fluorescence open surgery imaging system is suitable for various applications and leads the traditional endoscopic system industry into a new era of functional endoscopic systems. Some of its applications include liver transplant surgery, open hepatectomy surgery, skin flap transplantation, locating sentinel lymph node of mammary cancer, plastic surgery, and so on.

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