EVALUATE BLOOD PERFUSION, LYMPHATIC FLOW AND MUCH MORE – WITH CONFIDENCE!

EleVision™ IR Platform uses the unique combination of a dedicated laser light source with a duo channel scope technology, known as Duo Channel Laser Augmented Sensitivity or DuoChannel LAS.

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The EleVision™ IR platform:

  • Uses an innovative laser technology in conjunction with indocyanine green (ICG) for high-definition imaging1,2
  • Produces simultaneous white light and infrared (IR) fluorescence images — and merges the two in real time3
  • Provides real-time qualitative and quantitative measurement of IR intensity1,2
  • Creates a uniform edge-to-edge illumination pattern in open procedures, resulting in sharp peripheral image and reliable measurements2

It works in four steps:

  1. Inject patient with ICG
  2. Laser excites ICG bound to blood proteins
  3. High-definition camera captures fluorescence images
  4. Image supports surgical decision making  to optimize outcomes in real time1

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Seeing the invisible 

In open & laparoscopic techniques

The EleVision™ IR Platform combines high-definition visualization with real-time infrared fluorescence imaging.

  • 1. Bigdeli AK, Gazyakan E, Schmidt VJ, Hernekamp FJ, Harhaus L, Henzler T. Indocyanine green fluorescence for free-flap perfusion imaging revisited: advanced decision making by virtual perfusion reality in Visionsense™ fusion imaging angiography. Surg Innov. 2016;23(3):249–260.

  • 2. EleVision™ IR Platform [user’s guide]. Petach Tikva, Israel: Medtronic; 2016.

  • 3. DSouza AV, Lin H, Henderson ER, Samkoe KS, Pogue BW. Review of fluorescence guided surgery systems: identification of key performance capabilities beyond indocyanine green imaging. J of Biomed Opt. 2016;21(8):080901.