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3D Fluorescence Imaging in real-time

Fluorescence Imaging (FI) aims for the best patient outcome during diagnostics or surgery. [1] In minimally invasive surgery it is used in numerous applications such as vessel or visceral perfusion assessment, visualization of bile duct anatomy or (sentinel) lymph node mapping.

The Aesculap 3D Fluorescence Imaging technology offers three different FI overlay modes in real-time

FI green – 3D Fluorescence Imaging technology
FI intensity – 3D Fluorescence Imaging technology
FI white – 3D Fluorescence Imaging technology
Surgeons in the OR with EinsteinVision® 3D camera system
3D fluorescence imaging in real-time
Surgeon in the OR wears 3D glasses with anti-fogging function
EinsteinVision® 3D camera head with different sterile handling concept
EinsteinVision® in laparoscopic surgery with autofocus effect
EinsteinVision® in laparoscopic surgery with smoke reduction
EinsteinVision® in laparoscopic surgery with red enhancement

Proven value of 3D EinsteinVision® 3.0 FI

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[1] Dip F et al. Randomized Trial of Near-infrared Incisionless Fluorescent Cholangiography. Ann Surg. 2019 Dec;270(6):992-999. DOI: 10.1097/SLA.0000000000003178

[2] Vettoretto N et al. Why laparoscopists may opt for three-dimensional view: a summary of the full HTA report on 3D versus 2D Laparoscopy by S.I.C.E. (Società Italiana de Chirurgia Endoscopia e Nuove Tecnologie). Surg Endosc 2018 (32):2986-93. DOI: 10.1007/s00464-017-6006-y

[3] Autoclaving exposes endoscopes and light cables to repeated thermal stress, resulting in a shorter life span. As the EV3.0 FI camera head is not autoclaved, this does not affect the life of the product.