Fluorescence guided cancer surgery
When removing a tumor during surgery, a biopsy is taken to the lab for examination to see if sufficient tissue is removed from the patient. Using fluorescence image-guided surgery (FIGS) there is a paradigm shift discernible with surgeons. The surgeon uses a special real-time camera to detect the tumor during surgery. To do this, a molecular marker is injected in the patient, which makes tumors fluoresce green. The surgeon will know exactly where to cut to remove the entire tumor.
The cart for this application is designed so that the long arm can support the camera. Because the arm can position the camera properly above the patient, there is no need to hold the (relatively heavy) camera by hand. This also gives a more stable image. At the upper and rear of the cart is two monitors can be mounted on which the images can be presented.
Crozz two 2G 320 with customized top
- Covers on both side covers instead of the standard bridge
- Custom top shelf without a central power switch and fuses
- Custom socket strip with power switch
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