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Unique Features

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

Point of Care System

  • Compact and easily portable
  • Easy to use
  • Wi-Fi enabled – Data transfer to the Cloud or to a USB stick
  • Fluorescence image on integrated display
  • No additional equipment required

Operating Room System

  • Portable cart system
  • Integrated system with monitor
  • Wi-Fi enabled and external USB saving options 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/Verdye and 30 years’ experience
in fluorescence imaging, the IC-Flow™ Imaging System, is a small, yet powerful imaging device
for you and your surgical team.

Fast boot-up time

Simple and easy to use with minimal training required

Flexible configurations to meet speciality needs

Full OR System

Wi-fi enabled for complete record management

Portable Point of
Care System

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

Minimal maintenance

Minimal service requirements

Most cost effective NIR camera system on the market



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.