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14. October 2019

Augmented HSI presented and awarded

A novel approach for HSI in medicine has been presented at the 27th “International EAES Congress” in Sevilla-Spain. The technology called “augmented hyperspectral imaging” (AHSI) combines the false-color images of the TIVITA with the use of additional dyes to generate even more information of the tissue.
In “Augmented Hyperspectral Imaging: A modified technology for the evaluation of tissue perfusion and integrity”
the Alexander Studier-Fischer and his team presented their technology and evaluation methods.
“Visualization of induced reversible and persistent jejunal ischemia through hyperspectral imaging” showed the resukts of AHSI in a porcine model to visualize jejunal ishemia. They also compared the outcome of AHSI to regular investigation by eye and also to ICG fluorescence imaging.
The latter one has been awarded as one of the best presentations of the “Gerhard Buess Technology Award Session”. We kindly congratulate Mr. Alexander-Fischer on this great work.