Compatible Camera Systems
Fluorescence Imaging Camera Systems
There are a variety of camera systems approved and on the market that are used in conjunction with Indocyanine Green (ICG) dye. The following are a selection of those approved by the USA FDA, together with their 510K approved application indications for use. For territories outside the USA, please consult your local regulatory authority for details of camera systems approved for use.
KARL STORZ IMAGE1 S® Rubina®
The KARL STORZ IMAGE1 S® Rubina® scalable and modular Imaging System is used to provide real-time visible and NIR fluorescence imaging with 4K dual chips for minimally invasive general surgery and cranial neurosurgery. Rubina® is intended for visualization of at least one of the major extra-hepatic bile ducts and visual assessment of vessels, blood flow and related tissue perfusion. Upon interstitial administration it can also be used to perform intraoperative fluorescence imaging and visualization of the lymphatic system, including lymphatic vessels and lymph nodes.
Quest Medical Imaging (now part of Olympus) SPECTRUM
The Quest SPECTRUM® is a fluorescent imaging system used in capturing and viewing fluorescent images for the visual assessment of blood flow for the evaluation of tissue perfusion, and related tissue-transfer circulation in tissue and free flaps used during plastic, reconstructive and organ transplant surgeries. The system uses direct visualization for open procedures, or via a laparoscope for minimally invasive procedures.
Visera Elite II
The camera head has been designed to be used with Olympus endoscopes, video system center, and other ancillary equipment for endoscopic diagnosis, treatment, and observation.
PDE Neo II
The PDE-Neo is an imaging system used in capturing and viewing fluorescent images for the visual assessment of blood flow, as an adjunctive method for the evaluation of tissue perfusion, and related tissue-transfer circulation in tissue and free flaps used during plastic, micro-, reconstructive, and organ transplant surgeries.
As an imaging system used in capturing and viewing fluorescent images for the visual assessment of blood flow as an adjunctive method for the evaluation of tissue perfusion, and related tissue-transfer circulation in tissue and free flaps used in plastic, micro- and reconstructive and organ transplant surgeries.
The CONVIVO is a surgical endomicroscope intended for viewing intra-operative blood flow in the cerebral vascular area, including microvasculature and capillaries. The CONVIVO’s fiber optic scanner probe is placed in direct contact with tissue during cranial diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, such as tumor biopsy and resection, to create in-vivo confocal laser scanning images of the internal microstructure of tissues.
The system is intended for viewing internal surgical sites during general endoscopic and laparoscopic surgical procedures.
The Arthrex SynergyID endoscopic imaging system is intended to be used as an endoscopic video camera in a variety of endoscopic surgical procedures, including but not limited to: orthopedic, laparoscopic, urologic, sinuscopic, and plastic surgical procedures. The device is also intended to be used as an accessory for microscopic surgery.
The Arthrex SynergyID endoscopic imaging system is indicated for use to provide real time endoscopic visible and near-infrared fluorescence imaging. Upon intravenous administration and use of ICG consistent with its approved label, the system enables surgeons to perform minimally invasive surgery using standard endoscope visible light as well as visualization of vessels, blood flow and related tissue perfusion, and at least one of the major extra-hepatic bile ducts (cystic duct, common bile duct or common hepatic duct), using near-infrared imaging.
Fluorescence imaging of biliary ducts with the Arthrex SynergyID endoscopic imaging system is intended for use with standard of care white light, and when indicated, intraoperative cholangiography. The device is not intended for standalone use for biliary duct visualization.
OnLume Surgical develops innovative imaging technology designed to help advance surgical precision, optimize patient outcomes, and reduce morbidity and costs. The company has developed a new standard in fluorescence-guided surgery (FGS) to provide surgeons with improved visualization of critical anatomy in real-time during surgery. Their novel technology provides superior image quality with low fluorescent agent concentrations, and is optimized for surgical workflows, including compatibility with ambient lighting in the operating room. OnLume’s FGS system for use with indocyanine green (ICG) has received FDA 510(k) clearance. Click here to learn more about OnLume technology.