The Microscan system is a handheld video microscope, that uses the SDF technique to visualise microcirculation in patients at the bed side. Find out more here about its specifications and usage.
For over a decade MicroVision Medical has offered imaging solutions to physicians world wide to assess the status of microcirculatory perfusion of their patients at the bed side. Since its introduction the MicroScan has been used in over 200 clinical publications in peer reviewed medical journals. MicroVision Medical continues to support physicians in their efforts to better patient care by means of education, clinical research and training.
MicroVision Medical has an ISO 13485:2003 certified quality system aimed at continuously improving the safety and efficacy of its offerings.
Current clinical research mainly focuses on the relevance of microcirculatory monitoring of patients on the ICU with severe sepsis or septic shock. View research here or request a quote for the MicroScan, sterile disposables and/or software by filling in our form.
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The MicroScan Video Microscope system has been used in over 200 clinical publication in peer reviewed medical journals. It is the world wide standard for clinical microcirculation assessment at the bed side.
Our validated Automated Vascular Analysis software provides the user all scores dictated by the international microcirculation assessment consensus meeting.
The MicroScan system is the only CE certified hand held device incorporating SDF technology with which physicians can assess the microcirculatory perfusion of their patients at the bed side. This certification is awarded after the MicroScan system has been rigorously inspected, tested and released.
The MicroScan system makes use of sterilised disposables that have been tested, validated and cleared for clinical use.
The MicroScan system is battery operated meaning that the physician can assess the microcirculation without having to rely on available power outlets whilst providing additional safety for the patient using a low current. Additionally the MicroScan makes use of a USB interface connecting with which it can be safely connected to any laptop using an Intel i5 processor or higher.
The MicroScan system is a hand held video microscope using green LED illumination (550 nm). It is available in 5x magnification allowing a field of view of 0.94 mm x 0.75 mm at a resolution of 720×576 pixels.
The MicroScan Video Microscope System consists of:
Our new research software provides the user all scores dictated by the international microcirculation assessment consensus meeting.
The new Automated Vascular Analysis 4.0 research software, is a completely revolutionised microcirculatory image analysis software which can be used for the MicroScan System. A real time video of AVA 4.0 can be viewed here. The first full version of our research software will be released in August 2014.
The key features of this new research software are:
There is currently no other analysis tool available that can fully automatically analyse microcirculatory images.
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