ACCURATE, ACCESSIBLE, REAL TIME

  • Account for CT-to-body divergence and respiratory motion during biopsy
  • Reduced capital and procedure costs
  • Real time navigation and tool in lesion localization during biopsy

A REVOLUTIONARY PLATFORM, PROVIDING REAL TIME GUIDANCE TO EARLY STAGE LUNG LESIONS THAT CAN STILL BE CURED

  • Before LUNGVISION - ‘blind’ navigation
  • LUNGVISION Platform - Real time 3D visualization
  • REAL TIME NAVIGATION PLATFORM FOR
    EARLY-STAGE LUNG CANCER DIAGNOSTICS
    AND TREATMENT

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VERIFIED BY CONE BEAM CT, LUNGVISION DEMONSTRATED UNPRECEDENTED ACCURACY IN REACHING PULMONARY NODULES

Planar session at CHEST 2017, Toronto, Canada Presented by Michael Pritchett, DO, MPH, Director, Chest Center of the Carolinas FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital, Pinehurst Medical Clinic, Pinehurst, NC

  • Cone Beam CT
  • LUNGVISION
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  • “LUNGVISION technology has distinct advantages over current electromagnetic navigation approach and has offered the possibility of increased diagnostic yield. In our studies we have found striking accuracy compared to cone-beam CT. Furthermore, LUNGVISION offers dynamic target tracking to compensate for respiratory motion. Real-time imaging will always be superior to any virtual technology and will ultimately be imperative in the future application of ablative energy for therapeutics.”

    Michael Pritchett, DO
    Pulmonologist at Pinehurst Medical Clinic,
    Director of the Chest Center of the Carolinas at FirstHealth MRH, Pinehurst, NC

  • “With the LUNGVISION Platform's augmented fluoroscopy, it gives you the ability to see the all pathways that you need in real time, adjusting for patient breathing. You are able to see where you need to be. You can also see fluoroscopically invisible lesions... it’s unbelievable.”

    D. Kyle Hogarth, MD
    FCCP Associate Professor of Medicine,
    Director of Bronchoscopy at the University of Chicago, IL

  • “Body Vision has pioneered a new generation platform for Navigation Bronchoscopy that applies augmented reality approach to plan, visualize, and accurately track tiny radiolucent bronchial nodules in real time. The LUNGVISION navigation tool has clear performance and cost benefits over current navigation tools that are bound to electromagnetic sensing.

    Krish Bhadra, MD
    Interventional Pulmnologist, CHI Memorial Hospital, Chattanooga, TN

  • “LUNGVISION shows good technical feasibility as a guidance and localization modality for pulmonary lesions, and may prove an alternative to electromagnetic navigation bronchoscopy. One tangible benefit of the system in early testing is in its ease of set up and straight forward real time guidance.

    Sean Stoy, MD
    University of Chicago Medical Center, winner of the 2017 American Thoracic Society Scholarship award for his research on the LUNGVISION system