What if surgeons could rely on an ‘extra pair of eyes’ during minimally invasive surgery? What if that would enable them to distinguish healthy from cancerous tissue, and ‘see’ the oxygenation of blood?
That’s the promise of a new generation of spectral sensors that are capable of video-rate imaging, and are sufficiently compact to be integrated into surgical tools.
Want to know more? Our white paper describes the potential of surgical spectral imaging through numerous published research results, and demonstrates what’s needed to make the leap from theory to practice.