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25. September 2020

Vergleichsstudie von hyperspektraler Bildgebung und Fluoreszenzangiographie

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23. September 2020

(Deutsch) Publikation in Annals of Surgery

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(Deutsch) Hyperspektrale Bildgebung in der Wundmedizin: A systematic review

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(Deutsch) Forschungsprojekt HyperLimit-CAM genehmigt

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25. August 2020

(Deutsch) TIVITA® bei Instagram

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12. August 2020

Successful renewal audit

From 03 – 05.08.2020, two auditors of our Notified Body visited us in Pepelow and – with random checks -put our quality management system according to 13485:2016 through its paces. Thanks to the very good work of our colleagues, the extension audit could be successfully completed with only minor necessary corrections.
We thank all those involved for the successful implementation!

07. July 2020

Soon you will see more!

The summer holidays are already underway and so the holiday season has begun. The employees of Diaspective will use this year’s summer break to intensively push the work on the new products. The development and approval departments in particular have some work ahead of them, which will quickly drive away any thoughts of a quiet and cosy summer. For example, the finalization of the new TIVITA® Camera, which is being optimized for use in the surgical environment, is underway. Of course, the technical work still has to be formulated in terms of regulatory requirements and registered as a product. In addition, the miniaturization of the entire technology, which is in the final stages, will be completed in order to be able to address completely new areas of application. Doctors in the surgical field can look forward to exciting new possibilities here!

We are working diligently and are looking forward to the new products, which will bring us one step closer to our goal of establishing HSI as the standard diagnostic tool in medicine.

05. May 2020

“Hyperspectral imaging (HSI) – a reliable tissue differentiation?”

We are pleased to announce a new important publication from Leipzig under the leadership of Prof. Ines Gockel, which deals with the topic: “Hyperspektral Imaging (HSI) – a reliable tissue differentiation?” and has been published in the Zentralblatt für Chirurgie.
Based on the available literature, the question is discussed whether HSI, which has already been successfully used in visceral surgery to intraoperatively analyse tissue properties, also permits reliable tissue differentiation, which can be evaluated using machine learning procedures/artificial intelligence.
Many thanks to the Leipzig team for this insightful article, which once again shows how much potential HSI technology has to offer.
You can find the article here.

06. April 2020

HSI compared to quantitative fluorescence imaging

Anastomoses in the gastrointestinal tract can lead to severe postoperative complications with increased morbidity and mortality if there is insufficient blood flow and leakage. In order to assess gastrointestinal anastomoses in visceral surgery and thus reduce the risk of insufficiency, fluorescence imaging with indocyanine green (ICG) has been increasingly used in recent years. With the help of this technology, it has been shown that clinical results can be improved. One disadvantage, however, has so far been the lack of quantifiability. In the meantime, there are possibilities of quantitative analysis, which are being used by the IRCAD / IHU in Strasbourg, among others. Now a publication has been published by the very active research group around Michele Diana and Manuel Barberio, which compares quantitative fluorescence imaging (FLER) with our hyperspectral imaging. The results are very promising and indicate that HSI has the best chances to become the preferred technology in operational use.

Thanks to all involved for this great work.

Click here for the publication

29. January 2020

TIVITA® appears once again in the lead topic of a major magazine.

After the lead topic in “The Oncologist”, there will be a second lead topic in January 2020, in which our TIVITA® will be the subject of discussion. An article by the Clinic and Polyclinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery – Plastic Surgery of the University Medical Center Mainz entitled “Digitalization and approaches of artificial intelligence in microvascular-reconstructive facial surgery” was recently published in “Der Chirurg”.
We are very pleased about the increasing presence of our innovative tissue camera for contactless detection of perfusion disorders in various medical disciplines.
Many thanks to the working group around Dr. Peer Kämmerer for the use of our TIVITA® and for the announcement.

Click here for the article.