ICG, Indocyanine Green Dye, featured with no side effects, wide application, and low cost, has been clinically approved for many years. It enters the human lymph and blood circulation through tumor surrounding tissue or intravenous injection.
ICG will bind the plasma lipoproteins.
After exposed to NIR with a wavelength of 805 nm, proteins will emit fluorescence signal with a wavelength of 835 nm.
Brilliant High-definition Imaging
The Precision Fluorescence Imaging System
Various Fluorescence Imaging Modes for Open Surgeries
Sentinel lymph node tracing of breast cancer
Autofluorescence for parathyroid gland
Lymph node mapping
Liver segments visualization - Anatomical liver segmentectomy
Tumor Identification - Accurate display of tumor location, margin, and microsatellite
Biliary tract visualization - Complex biliary tract visualization and wound repair after hepatectomy
Liver transplantation - Assessment of the vascular and biliary duct anastomosis after transplantation surgery