ZEISS Intraoperative Fluorescence Imaging
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ZEISS Intraoperative Fluorescence Imaging Discover the previously unseen

In challenging surgical procedures, visualization adjuncts are essential in making the right decisions at the right time. Integrated seamlessly in surgical microscopes and visualization systems, ZEISS Intraoperative Fluorescence solutions complement the optics and streamline the surgical workflow to enable making better decisions during surgery.

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Fully integrated in ZEISS neurosurgical microscopes and visualization systems, ZEISS INFRARED 800 enables intraoperative visual assessment of blood flow and vessel patency during arteriovenous malformation (AVM), bypass, aneurysm and anastomosis surgery.


Utilizing the video data from ZEISS INFRARED 800, FLOW® 800 from ZEISS is a unique analysis tool generating blood flow dynamics data by identifying detailed vessel blood flow intraoperatively – providing objective access to speed and sequence of blood flow.


Supporting intraoperative differentiation between diseased and healthy tissue, ZEISS BLUE 400 is the first fully microscope-integrated fluorescence module advancing surgical visualization to new dimensions.


Visualizes fluorescent dyes in the wavelength range from 540 to 690 nm for additional fields of applications. ZEISS YELLOW 560 highlights the fluorescence-stained structures while viewing non-stained tissue in natural-like color.

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  • Right temporal Craniotomy for AVM, INFRARED 800 and FLOW 800 image courtesy of Dr. Robert F. Spetzler, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
  • Glioma surgery using BLUE 400 image courtesy of Prof. Dr. Walter Stummer, University Clinic, Münster, Germany. 
  • Left-temporal craniotomy for tumor resection with YELLOW 560 image courtesy of Dr. Peter Nakaji, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.