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Simpler Safer Surgery™

InnerOptic's 3D Navigation Technology

Image-guided procedures are simpler and safer to perform using InnerOptic's 3D navigation technology. This technology has been integrated in to a wide range of interventional devices and imaging systems. InnerOptic licenses, customizes and integrates its patented technology for device and imaging companies.

AIM- Simple and Precise 3D Needle Targeting

AIM is a “GPS” for needle placement, providing 3D user interface for simpler, safer and more precise needle-based interventions. AIM is FDA-cleared and clinically validated for needle-based interventions using ultrasound imaging.

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Dr. John Martinie uses AIM's real-time 3D needle guidance to quickly and accurately ablate a liver tumor in a clinical trial.

Constellation™ - 3D Targeting for Multiple Needles

Dr. Martin uses Constellation to accurately place multiple AngioDynamics NanoKnife® probes in a first-in-man clinical case.

Constellation™ provides a 3D interface for accurate placement of multiple needles. For NanoKnife® procedures, Constellation makes it easier and more accurate to place the IRE probes parallel to each other and at equal depths. Pullbacks are also more precise, as Constellation provides real-time feedback on how far a probe has been pulled back.

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Spotlight™ - Image Fusion for 3D Needle Navigation

Spotlight™ software fuses pre-operative CT/MR data with live ultrasound imagery in real time, providing enhanced needle navigation for image-guided interventions. A video of Spotlight is available here.

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Latest News:

Navigation Study published

in the HPB Journal

Sharif Razzaque and Dr. Martinie publish

chapter on "Computer-Assisted

Navigation for Ultrasound"

First clinical use of Constellation

Patent issued for multiple device




InnerOptic to Exhibit with NDI

at SIR 2015

Halt Demos AIM at AAGL

IO presents at NIH Workshop


Medgadget article on AIM

IHPB Journal: Laproscopic Guidance

IHPB Journal: Human Study

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