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29. January 2020

TIVTA® 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.

23. January 2020

New publication about the increasing importance of intraoperative imaging and visualization released

We are very pleased about the latest publication (managed by the German Cancer Research Center) of Prof. Maier-Hein in Heidelberg, which was published as a lead topic in “The Oncologist”.

It deals with the growing importance of computer assistance during surgical procedures and especially with intraoperative visualization. While the use of intraoperative visualization was previously mostly limited to preoperative planning, it is now increasingly used for intraoperative decision-making and support with the aim of improving precision and thus the results. Above all, real-time intraoperative data acquisition and information processing play a more and more important role. Based on images taken with our TIVITA®, HSI imaging is very well illustrated in this article.

This shows once again that we are on the right track with our products and we will keep working hard to establish spectral imaging as a standard technology in surgery.
At the same time, more and more studies show that the complication rates during surgery can be significantly reduced by the intraoperative use of perfusion imaging methods.

Click here for the article.

14. January 2020

Our new office building is completed!

At the beginning of the new year we could finally move into our new office building, the “Kegelrobbe”. It is located at Strandstraße 14, right next to the main building “Seehund” and accommodates all administrative staff of Diaspective Vision. We now have a bright and airy meeting room, which can be reached at ground level, and an extra room for Skype conversations.

The emptied rooms on the ground floor of the “Seehund” will be used for our production in the future.
We are very happy that the limited space is a thing of the past and that there is still enough space left for new employees!

Start of the year 2020

First of all, we would like to wish everyone a happy, successful but above all healthy year 2020.
An exciting year lies ahead of us, which seems to be no less turbulent than the past one.
Right at the beginning of 2020, we received the publication “Indocyanine green fluorescence imaging to reduce the risk of anastomotic leakage in laparoscopic low anterior resection for rectal cancer: a propensity score-matched cohort study” by Jun Watanabe, which shows in more than 500 patients that the rate of insufficiency is reduced by at least half when the ideal border zone is determined with ICG.

This prompts us to once again point out the great work done in Leipzig around Professor Gockel.
Among other things, a comparative study of ICG and HSI is currently being carried out, in which both technologies are to be used to demonstrate the usefulness of objective boundary zone definition. Already in previous publications it could be proven that HSI is able to do so ( for example in: Jansen-Winkeln B, Holfert N, Köhler H., Chalopin C, Gockel I (2019): Determining the ideal anastomosis position by hyperspectral imaging. In: Journal of Gastroenterology 2019; 57(09): p. 219; DOI: 10.1055/s-0039-1695193).

Prof. Gockel also organizes an annual surgical workshop on the topic of “Hyperspectral Imaging in Visceral Surgery”. This year the event will take place on 15.05.2020 at the University Hospital Leipzig. We kindly invite you to participate. Please find the flyer of the event >here.

All the best for the new year!
Be Diaspectivisionary and have a good time!

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.

26. August 2019

New publication about the potential of HSI released

The week started for us with the good news of the latest publication from Leipzig which was published in “Der Chirurg”. It deals with the many applications and opportunities for TIVITA® in the surgical field. We are happy about the great scientific support we receive from Leipzig day-to-day and which this article provides a good overview of.
A big thank you to the team from Leipzig!
You can find the publication under the Link.

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