Over 25,000 patients a year suffer from a "leaking" complication due to Colon Surgery. Find out how Fluorescence Guided Surgery helps reduce the chances of that occurring in the video.
Gallbladder Removal Surgery is performed on 1 million patients every year, with over 7,000 different serious complications that can occur. If you or your loved one is in need of the surgery ask your medical professional how Fluorescence Guided Surgery can help reduce the odds of complications. This video will help explain the process.
Learn how Surgeons use Fluorescence Guided Surgery to eliminate the most common complication, blood circulation, in Breast Reconstructive Surgery. The video explains each step involved in completing the procedure.
The aim of the webinar is to show the indication and usage of ICG in bariatric surgery. Prof. Thomas Carus shares his own results and discusses an international publication that will demonstrate the possibility to lower the anastomotic leak rate by using fluorescence angiography.
The webinar describes common applications of fluorescence guided surgery in gynecologic with a special attention to the applications in the sentinel lymph node mapping for uterine cancers
A live surgery video preseted by Dr. Fernando Dip, Dr. Jorge Falco, Dr. Raul Pecero, Dr. Fernanda Montesinos, Dr. Lucia Infante and Dr. Raul Rosenthal
Presented here is a case of a patient with symptomatic gallbladder stones who underwent a laparoscopic cholecystectomy with fluorescent cholangiography.
45 minutes before the procedure began, a dose of 0.05 milligrams /kilogram was intravenously administered. ICG is excreted by the liver and stored in the main bile duct.
We begin the laparoscopic procedure in a standard fashion. Once we perform a blunt dissection of the tissue that is in front of the …
Fluorescence guided surgery uses indocyanine green and near-infrared end-laparoscopy to visualise tissue perfusion. The specific characteristics of neoplasia including angiogenesis means differences in tissue behaviour to the dye can be exploited most efficiently if artificial intelligence methods (in particular bio-physics inspired modelling) are employed. Here we show this in action.
The initial clinical pilot is now published open access online in the British Journal of Surgery https://academic.oup.com/bjs/advance-...
The work is part of a research consortium comprising University College Dublin, The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital and IBM Research in Europe and is …
Image-guided pediatric patients using indocyanine green (ICG) fluorescence in minimally invasive surgery
Indocyanine green (ICG)-guided near-infrared fluorescence (NIRF) has been recently adopted in pediatric minimally invasive surgery (MIS). This video aimed to report our experience with ICG-guided NIRF in pediatric laparoscopy, thoracoscopy and robotics and evaluate its usefulness and technique of application in different pediatric pathologies.
ISFGS Announces Publication of Consensus on Fluorescence Guided Surgeries (FGS) in Annals of Surgery
The International Society for Fluorescence Guided Surgery (ISFGS), the leading organization dedicated to the global advancement of fluorescence-guided surgery, is pleased to announce the publication in Annals of Surgery, “Consensus Conference Statement on the general use of near-infrared fluorescence imaging and indocyanine green guided surgery: Results of a modified Delphi study”.
“This publication confirms that fluorescence-guided surgeries will dramatically alter the way surgeries will be performed in future”, said lead author Raul J. Rosenthal MD FACS, Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Lerner College of Medicine at CWRU and Department Chairman of General Surgery at Cleveland Clinic in Weston, Florida. …
Dr. Lee is Associate Professor of Neurosurgery and Otolaryngology at the University of Pennsylvania. He has published extensively on fluorescent molecular imaging, and he specializes in minimally invasive neurosurgery including endoscopy and Gamma Knife radiosurgery.
In this video, Dr. Lee describes his five year experience with high dose, delayed indocyanine green (TumorGlowTM aka Second Window IcG) for brain tumors. The technique works best for contrast-enhancing tumors such as high grade gliomas, all brain metastasis, meningiomas, pituitary adenomas and other histologies. The technique has high sensitivity and high positive predictive value with excellent signal to noise as the brain's intact blood-brain …
6 things you need to know about Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and how Fluorescence Guided Surgery can prevent bile duct injury when using ICG. Education for nurses and other affiliated health professionals working in settings where laparoscopic cholecystectomy is performed.