Coming soon: TIVITA® Surgery

The hyperspectral camera system for non-invasive acquisition and visualization of important perfusion-dependent tissue parameters during gastrointestinal and general surgery.
The system can provide support for the following tasks:

  • Assessment of anastomoses
  • Border zone definition between well-perfused and ischemic tissue areas
  • Detection of oedema or evaluation of the water content of tissue regions
  • Support of the objectified operation documentation
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TIVITA® system in the clinical environment, © Stefan Straube / Universitätsklinikum Leipzig


  • Fast contact-free measurements
  • No dependence on fluorescent dyes (e.g., ICG) and their distribution in the body
  • Representation of the measured values as a false colour image
  • False colour images depicting oxygenation, hemoglobin index, NIR perfusion index, and water index of the tissue
  • Quantification of the measured values within the captured image area
  • Unique, highly integrated system with camera, analysis, and documentation software
  • High-resolution, imaging measurements in the spectral range of 500 – 1000 nm [VIS + NIR]
  • Pioneering chemical colour imaging technology for visualizing chemical information in medicine
  • Integrated target optics for precise distance and direction adjustment of the camera
  • no laser radiation – no associated safety precautions necessary


  • May improve the quality of intraoperative tissue assessment
  • Support of optimization of the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative tissue condition
  • Evaluation of new or modified surgical approaches
  • Time & cost efficient
  • Minimal risk of infections & biological hazard through contact-free measurement

The TIVITA® Surgery will be available in the end of 2020. First publications on this topic have already been published.

The intraoperative hyperspectral camera system TIVITA® Surgery is being developed as part of a ZIM cooperation project called “Multiparametric Spectral Patient Imaging” in cooperation with the University of Leipzig.

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