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VIVASCOPE System: Non-invasive cellular imagining of the skin

CONFOCAL IMAGING

The VIVASCOPE® system is an in vivo
confocal imaging tool that uses a lowpowered laser to provide non-invasive,
real-time, high-resolution images of the
epidermis and the superficial collagen
layers.* The system provides optical
sectioning of unstained epithelium and
the supporting stroma at a cellular level
that may be reviewed by a physician to
assist in forming a clinical judgment.

VIVASCOPE 1500: Ability to image up to an 8 x 8 mm area

The VIVASCOPE 1500 reflectance confocal imaging system offers a non-invasive way to image the skin in vivo from the surface to the superficial collagen layers.*

Highlights

  • Capture up to 8 x 8 mm images
  • Macro and micro imaging
  • FDA 510(k) cleared**

Key Specifications

Mapped Field: 8 x 8 mm in both the X & Y directions  Single Frame FOV: 500 µm x 500 µm 

Displayed Image Resolution: 1024 x 1024 pixels

Depth of Imaging: Superficial collagen layers*

Image Formats: Native DICOM files exportable as: BMP, PNG, JPEG, and TIFF

VIVASCOPE 3000: Flexible hand-held confocal imaging device

The VIVASCOPE 3000 is a flexible, hand-held in vivo reflectance confocal microscope for skin imaging. This imaging tool allows the operator to freely navigate the device across the skin while delivering stable, repeatable, high quality cellular-resolution images of epithelium of the skin and supporting stroma.

 

Highlights

  • Real-time video capture and stacks
  • Flexible, handheld device
  • FDA 510(k) cleared**

Key Specifications

Single Frame FOV: 750 μm X 750 μm

Displayed Image Resolution: 1024 X 1024 pixels

Frame Rate: 6 frames per second Image

Formats: Native DICOM files exportable as BMP, PNG, JPEG, and TIFF

 

VIVASCAN

VIVASCAN software incorporates comprehensive features that allow users to acquire, transfer, display, review, and store images, in one, easy-to-use dashboard. Additionally, VIVASCAN makes it easy to schedule patients for exams, perform imaging exams on one or more areas during a single patient visit, and retrieve images associated with the patient’s history.


 

*depending on tissue

Experience VIVASCOPE

Examine

Areas of interest are identified by
the patient and/or the physician.

Image

Captures high-resolution cellular
image of epithelium of the skin and the
supporting stroma.


Review/Collaborate

Using the VIVANET communication
system, physicians can easily review
or share images.