Cellvizio featured in 9news.com : World's smallest microscope finds cancer faster
St. 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 Journal
Fantastic 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.”
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CELLVIZIO DAY : TRAINING WORKSHOP AT PAOLI CALMETTES INSTITUTE - MARSEILLE, FRANCE
Acquire 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.
Cellvizio News, May 2013
FDA 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.