Cellvizio News, May 2013FDA grants Mauna Kea Technologies 510(k) clearance to market AQ-Flex™19 miniprobe for fine needle aspiration procedures Mauna Kea Technologies announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the AQ‐Flex™ 19 miniprobe to provide real‐time optical biopsies during endoscopic ultrasound‐guided fine needle aspiration (EUSFNA) procedures in the digestive tract. This represents the sixth U.S. regulatory clearance for Mauna Kea Technologies’ Cellvizio on one of its dedicated miniprobes, which already obtained the CE mark in Europe.
Cellvizio News, February 2013Cellvizio has received State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) approval in China for gastroenterology and pulmonology We are very happy to inform you of the regulatory approval for Cellvizio in China for gastroenterology and pulmonology indications. We have entered into a strategic partnership with Fujifilm China to develop the optical biopsy market throughout China, one of the fastest-growing medical device markets in the world.
Cellvizio News, October 2012Mauna Kea Technologies makes optical biopsy available to brazilian patients. We are pleased to announce that Cellvizio imaging -- the fastest way to see cancer -- is now available to hospitals throughout Brazil, South America's largest medical device market.
Cellvizio News, July 2012The publication on Cellvizio in the Chinese Journal of Digestive Endoscopy marked an exciting first for Mauna Kea Technologies.
Cellvizio News, April 2012We are gearing up for the 4th Annual International Conference of Cellvizio Users (ICCU) being held on April 13th-15th in Rome, Italy.
Cellvizio News, January 2012Mauna Kea Technologies announces official collaborations with the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) and the Société Française d'Endoscopie Digestive (SFED).
Cellvizio News, October 2011It would be an understatement to say that our IPO is a major milestone in the life of our company. Its success – the largest IPO in France since early 2010 - is commensurate with the effort we have put into developing our ground-breaking technology and we are extremely happy to be in a position to take it to the next phase and to think very long term.
CELLVIZIO NEWS, JULY 2011In April we welcomed over 90 gastroenterologists and pulmonologists to the International Congress of Cellvizio Users (ICCU), where Cellvizio users met to discuss the future impact of pCLE in both disciplines as well as upcoming indications.
Cellvizio featured in 9news.com : World's smallest microscope finds cancer fasterSt. Anthony Hospital is the first hospital in Colorado to use the new advanced-imaging technology, called Cellvizio, with at-risk patients during standard endoscopy and colonoscopy procedures as well as the pancreatic and bile duct cancer detection procedure. Cellvizio allows physicians to view internal tissues cell-by-cell to pinpoint cancerous and pre-cancerous tissue more efficiently than current procedures. Dr. Matt Reveille says the new technology helps doctors respond once they identify dangerous tissue.
Cellvizio in the Sioux Falls Business JournalFantastic article by Sanford Hospital in the Sioux Falls Business Journal. "This can change the practice of medicine,” said Dr. Muslim Atiq, a gastroenterologist at Sanford. “The whole key is to find cancer before cancer occurs. To find it very early makes a big difference.”
WMIC Meeting 2013 SavannahThe World Molecular Imaging Congress is organized by the joint efforts of the “World Molecular Imaging Society – WMIS“, the “European Society for Molecular Imaging – ESMI” and the “Federation of Asian Societies for Molecular Imaging – FASMI“. The WMIC is led by the senior academic and industry professionals who have widely recognized expertise in molecular imaging. The scientific sessions held at the conference cover a broad spectrum of basic and translational sciences (pre-clinical to clinical) forming a Discovery-to-Delivery (D2D) process that helps facilitate academic and industrial partnerships. Through innovation, our goal is to optimize the D2D efforts leading to new medical and molecular imaging discoveries, greater linkages between research and market outcomes, and significant improvements in healthcare. Comme visit us and discover Cellvizio Dual Band for translational research!
CELLVIZIO DAY : TRAINING WORKSHOP AT PAOLI CALMETTES INSTITUTE - MARSEILLE, FRANCEAcquire a basic understanding of how the Cellvizio system works, and learn how to interpret Cellvizio images of the esophagus, bile duc and colon. Live cases will be observed and the latest clinical data and case studies will be analyzed.
NEW DATA ON CELLVIZIO PRESENTED AT DDW 2013 SUGGESTS THAT OPTICAL BIOPSIES MAY HELP CONFIRM AND RULE OUT PANCREATIC CYSTIC TUMORS*ORLANDO (May 22, 2013) – Mauna Kea Technologies (NYSE Euronext: MKEA, FR0010609263), leader in the optical biopsy market and developer of Cellvizio®, the fastest way to see cancer, today announced that optical biopsies using a microscope so tiny it fits through a small needle show clear cellular-level images inside pancreatic cysts, which could assist physicians in the diagnosis of pancreatic cystic tumors and help patients with benign cysts avoid unnecessary surgery, according to new data presented at Digestive Disease Week 2013, which concludes here today.