ZEISS INFRARED 800 intraoperative Fluorescence

INFRARED 800

See more

ZEISS KINEVO 900
innovationMADE BY ZEISS
Mastering the complex. ZEISS KINEVO 900

Discover now

innovationMADE BY ZEISS
OPMI Pentero with Infrared 800

INFRARED 800

See more

INFRARED 800

  • Highlights
    Anatomical image of paraclinoid aneurysm

    ICG angiographic image of paraclinoid aneurysm after surgical clipping.

    Anatomical (top) ICG angiographic image (bottom) showing a large paraclinoid aneurysm after surgical clipping. Image courtesy of Prof. Dr. Andreas Raabe, Department of Neurosurgery, Bern University Hospital, Bern, Switzerland

    INFRARED 800* - Fluorescence-based Video Angiography

    Intraoperative visual assessment of blood flow and vessel patency during arteriovenous malformation (AVM), bypass and aneurysm surgery is now possible with INFRARED™ 800™. INFRARED 800 is indicated for use in neurosurgery, plastic and reconstructive procedures and coronary artery bypass graft surgery.

    INFRARED 800 switches to blood flow detection mode at the push of a button.


    Built to fluorescence

    • Visualize, check and interpret intraoperative blood flow quickly and reliably.
    • Visualize intraoperative blood flow in bypass surgery, in cerebral aneurysm surgery, before and after AVM surgery and in cerebral vessel branch occlusion
    • Visual assessment of vessel patency in bypass surgery
    • Visualize patency of very small perforating vessels in the cerebral vascular area
    • Detection of AVM vessels via real-time visualization of blood flow in feeding arteries, nidal vessels and draining veins


    Workflow Efficiency

    • Instant fluorescence module activation with a simple touch of a button.
    • Automatic functions like AutoGain, AutoReplay, Picture-in-Picture optimize procedure workflow


    Fully integrated

    • No additional system components obstructing procedural workflow or ergonomics
    • No re-balancing
    • No reduction of the working distance



    *For the complete 510(k) summary for INFRARED 800 with FLOW 800 option, visit http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf10/k100468.pdf

  • Options & Accessories
    FLOW 800 – Intraoperative Fluoerscence

    Image Courtesy of Yasushi Takagi, MD, PhD, Department of Neurosurgery, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan

    FLOW 800* – Intraoperative Fluorescence

    FLOW® 800 is a unique fluorescence application enabling visual analysis of vascular blood flow dynamics. It compiles INFRARED 800 video sequences into visual maps, diagrams or side-by-side images, enabling an in-depth interpretation of fluorescence videos.

    *For the complete 510(k) summary for INFRARED 800 with FLOW 800 option, visit www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf10/k100468.pdf

  • Technical Data

    IR 800 with OPMI PENTERO 900 or OPMI Pentero

    The option INFRARED 800 can be integrated into OPMI® PENTERO® 900 or OPMI Pentero. The integration of INFRARED 800 into the OPMI Pentero platform encompasses special filters for excitation in the 700 – 780 nm wavelength range and display in the 820 – 900 nm wavelength range.

    Furthermore, INFRARED 800 contains optics and a camera specially optimized for the INFRARED 800 mode.



  • More Information

    Brochure Downloads

    OPMI PENTERO 900

    The Next Generation

    Page(s): 7
    File size: 5,547 kB

    Video Downloads

    Loading the player...

    INFRARED 800 - A new dimension

    Type of file: mp4
    Filesize: 1.0 MB

    Download

    Loading the player...

    INFRARED 800 - Incredibly exciting

    Type of file: mp4
    Filesize: 0.5 MB

    Download

    Loading the player...

    Aneurysm video

    Type of file: mp4
    Filesize: 2.3 MB

    Download



    Loading the player...

    Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) video

    Type of file: mp4
    Filesize: 3.4 MB

    Download

    Loading the player...

    Bypass video

    Type of file: mp4
    Filesize: 1.4 MB

    Download

    Webcasts

    Advances in Vascular Microsurgery

    Webcast

    Aaron Cohen-Gadol, M.D.

    Indianapolis/USA

    View webcast



We use cookies on this site. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer by websites. Cookies are widely used and help to optimize the pages that you view. By using this site, you agree to their use. more