How flexible are you in taking SPECT images?
SurgicEye declipseSPECT offers a flexible and portable SPECT imaging solution that can be used for SLN imaging before and during interventions in the intervention room. Its direct correlation with the patient's anatomy and its 3-D features enable precise identification and localization of radioactive structures. The system is an extended service of nuclear medicine to surgical oncology teams, providing all information required to safely and completely resect radioactively labeled structures by handheld 3-D imaging and navigation. It is time using 3-D imaging in tumor surgery!
Extending the Services from Diagnosis to Surgery Support
declipseSPECT enables the generation of 3-D SPECT images based on a handheld gamma probe inside the operating room. This enables localization of low energy labeled radioactive structures during the intervention for surgery planning, target localization, navigated resection including depth measurements and control during the intervention that all radioactive marked structures are resected.
Your images used for surgical treatment
A logical extension to the declipseSPECT, the intraoperative 3-D imaging and navigation, is the nuclear medicine visualization and augmented reality package. This allows loading the preoperative SPECT/CT and PET/CT data through a PACS interface, visualize the image data on the screen next to the patent and correlate with augmented reality techniques the image data with the patient's anatomy in the operating room. This allows the extension of the reach of the superior imaging data from diagnosis to surgical treatment, enabling optimal tumor resection planning and a minimally invasive approached to resect tumor tissue.
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Application domains of declipseSPECT in radioguided surgery: