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Unique Features

IC-Flow™ Imaging System is a compact and easy to use
handheld device that visualizes and records
tissue fluorescence.

Point of Care System

  • Compact and easily portable
  • Easy to use
  • Data transfer to USB stick
  • Fluorescence image on integrated display
  • No additional equipment required

Operating Room System

  • Portable cart system
  • Integrated system with monitor
  • External USB for official recording of patient data
  • Display of fluorescence image on both touchscreen and monitor

Unique Benefits

Backed by Diagnostic Green, the global supplier of ICG and 30 years’ experience
in perfusion imaging, the IC-Flow™ Imaging System, is a small, yet powerful imaging device
for you and your surgical team.

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Fast boot-up time

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Simple and easy to use with
minimal training required

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Flexible configurations to
meet speciality needs

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Full OR System

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Portable Point of
Care System

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Safe use with the benefit
of LED rather than laser
light source

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Minimal maintenance

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Minimal service


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Better Outcomes, Reduced Costs

Breast Reconstruction Surgery1

(Clinical assessment 26.5% vs laser-assisted ICG aniography 5%)

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Mastectomy Skin Flap Necrosis2

(Clinical assessment 6.7% [n=254] vs laser-assisted ICG aniography 0.9% [n=13]; p=0.02

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Published literature has well established the significant costs associated with surgical complications including those related to post-mastectomy breast reconstruction and mastectomy flap and free flap survival1,2,3. In a USA study, the average excess cost associated with a single case of flap necrosis was calculated to be almost $100K per patient3. Many studies have shown that the use of ICG in conjunction with a visualization system, like IC-FlowTM Imaging System, results in reduced failure rates, reduced healthcare costs, and overall better outcomes for patients4,5,6.

  1. Chatterjee et al. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2013;131(5):693e–701e.
  2. Harless et al. Breast J. 2016;22(3):274–81.
  3. An Outcome Analysis of Intraoperative Angiography for Postmastectomy Breast Reconstruction. Duggal CS. Aesthetic Surgery Journal. 2014; 34(1):61-5
  4. Indocyanine green fluorescence angiography for free flap monitoring: A pilot study, J Craniomaxillofac Surg. 2016 Nov;44(11):Hitier M, Cracowski JL, Hamou C, Righini C, Bettega G
  5. ICG angiography in immediate and delayed autologous breast reconstructions: preoperative evaluation and postoperative outcomes, J Plast Surg Hand Surg. 2018 Oct;52(5); Alstrup T, Christensen BO, Damsgaard TE.
  6. Use of Intraoperative Fluorescent Angiography to Assess and Optimize Free Tissue Transfer in Head and Neck Reconstruction; Journal of Maxillofacial surgery, August 2013; Volume 71, Issue 8, p1305-1480; J. Marshall Green, Shane Thomas, DO, Jennifer Sabino, MD, Robert Howard, MD, Patrick Basile, MD⋮, Steven Dryden, DDS, Chris Crecelius, DDS, Ian Valerio, MD, MS, MBA.