Endoscopic Fluorescence Imaging System
The PINPOINT Endoscopic Fluorescence Imaging System combines – into a single laparoscopy platform – the latest in high definition white-light video with SPY Fluorescence imaging, resulting in bright, clear images.
Visualize tissue perfusion and anatomical structures in a different light
PINPOINT is the only laparoscopic imaging system offering simultaneous, real-time, true HD white light and on-demand HD fluorescence imaging through a single laparoscope. This enables surgeons to visualize tissue perfusion and anatomical structures during multiple minimally invasive procedures. The fluorescent imaging agent binds to protein in blood and is metabolized and excreted by the liver thereby providing laparoscopic visualization of the hepatic artery and bile ducts. In colorectal, esophageal and bariatric surgeries, SPY Fluorescence enables a precise visual assessment of blood flow in vessels, as well as the quality of tissue perfusion. In laparoscopic cholecystectomy, bile duct misidentification and hepatic artery injury with white light endoscopy alone is most commonly associated with early surgeon experience, aberrant patient anatomy and obesity. Intraoperative fluorescence imaging may be used to visualize vessels and structures, which may lessen the risk of complications during minimally invasive surgery.1,2
Intraoperative Perfusion Assessment
Enhances surgeons ability to visualize and analyze tissue perfusion and structural anatomy intraoperatively and in real-time.
Fluorescence imaging modalities may assist surgeons with critical decisions during surgery.
Enhances the surgeon’s ability to assess perfusion, which may improve patient outcomes.
NOVADAQ’s New PINPOINT Camera is the next generation of fluorescence imaging technology.
The newly introduced camera features leading-edge sensor technology and its custom optics provide for more vividly colored and higher contrast images with less noise across all PINPOINT display modes.
Dedicated to Improving Outcomes
Published literature has long confirmed the significant social and economic burden associated with postoperative complications. More than 260 peer-reviewed medical journals have demonstrated an improvement in patient outcomes and a reduction in hospital costs as a result of SPY Fluorescence technology. NOVADAQ’s imaging products, including PINPOINT, uphold a strong track record of assisting surgeons in making critical decisions that may reduce the occurrence of costly complications.
ONE TECHNOLOGY, MULTIPLE MINIMALLY INVASIVE APPLICATIONS
PINPOINT offers brilliant, high-definition, white-light video with the added advantage of SPY Fluorescence imaging technology, which has been demonstrated as beneficial in a variety of surgical applications.
Assessing tissue perfusion assists surgeons in making informed decisions that can positively impact outcomes
Identifying vital biliary anatomy, including the critical view of safety, may be easier in SPY Fluorescence or PINPOINT Fluorescence mode.
Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy
Visualizing micro-vascular blood flow of the distal esophagus and proximal gastric conduit may assist surgeons in improving patient outcomes.
Fluorescence Angiography – Do We Have a Solution for Anastomotic Leaks?
In this webinar Dr. Michael Stamos discusses the clinical and economic benefits of fluorescence imaging in colorectal surgery.
Fluorescence Imaging: Seeing More Before, During and After Cholecystectomy – Maximize Efficiency and Safety
In this webinar, Dr. Jin Yoo discusses the latest techniques and technologies that may contribute to a safer, more efficient laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
1 Zarrinpar A, Dutson EP, Mobley C, Busuttil RW, Lewis CE, Tillou A, Cheaito A, Hines OJ, Agopian VG, Hiyama DT. Intraoperative Laparoscopic Near-Infrared Fluorescence Cholangiography to Facilitate Anatomical Identification: When to Give Indocyanine Green and How Much. Surgical Innovation. 2016.
2 Sherwinter DA. Identification of Anomolous Biliary Anatomy Using Near-Infrared Cholangiography. J Gastrointes Surg. (2012) Jul 3, 16:1814-1815
Jafari MD, Wexner SD, Martz JE, McLemore EC, Margolin DA, Sherwinter, DA, Lee SW, Senagore AJ, Phelan MJ, Stamos MJ. Perfusion Assessment in Laparoscopic Left Sided/Anterior Resection (PILLAR II): A Multi-Institutional Study. JACS. Vol. 220, No. 1, January 2015.
- Width: 75cm
- Height: 175cm
- Weight: 100kg
- 26" HD-LED Medical-Grade Display
- PINPOINT Camera
- Video Processor Illuminator
- High-Definition Video Recorder
- Image Printer