Cellvizio is a breakthrough technology
Cellvizio is an endomicroscopy system which generates optical biopsies, providing physicians with microscopic images of tissue instantaneously and in a minimally-invasive manner. This simple pattern recognition facilitates better decision-making and improved patient management. Clinical trials have shown that Cellvizio can provide benefits at each step of the patient management, and in multiple indications, including:
- Barrett's Esophagus
- Gastric Diseases
- Bilio-pancreatic Strictures
- Pancreatic Cysts
- Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
- Colorectal Lesions
- Lung Nodules
- Urinary Tract Lesions
A complete endomicroscopy platform
Cellvizio offers a choice of Confocal Miniprobes that were designed to answer the specific needs of each endoscopy field:
- GastroFlex for Eso-Gastro-Duodenoscopy(EGD)
- CholangioFlex for Confocal Cholangioscopy in ERCP
- ColoFlex for Colonoscopy
- AlveoFlex for Bronchoscopy and Alveoscopy
This makes Cellvizio a complete endomicroscopy platform that can benefit endoscopists from different fields who seek one common goal: to detect disease earlier and improve patient outcomes.
Frequent and high-quality training opportunities
Mauna Kea Technologies organizes frequent pCLE learning workshops at centers near you.
A strong community of users dedicated to the adoption of pCLE
Mauna Kea Technologies is dedicated to accompanying the adopters of Cellvizio throughout their discovery of pCLE and their practice. A very strong community of luminaries meets once a year at the International Conference of Cellvizio Users (ICCU) , an event praised by GI leaders as an exceptional scientific and medical meeting
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How does it work?
"The term 'Optical Biopsy' refers to methods that use the properties of light to enable the operator to make an instant diagnosis at endoscopy, previously possible only by using histological or cytological analysis. This (traditional) method of evaluation creates a significant delay in diagnosis, introduces the possibility of sampling error, and adds to the risk and cost of the procedure."Thomas D. Wang, MD, PhD Associate Professor, Gastroenterology
University of Michigan, USA