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The 1588 Advanced Imaging Modalities (AIM) Platform standardizes your operating room by providing one simplified solution that is personalized for you and simplified for your staff.

1588 AIM Platform

  • Consists of five imaging modes including IRIS, ENV, Clarity, Desaturation and DRE with 9 dedicated surgical camera specialty settings
  • Delivers a high definition, standardized solution designed to improve patient safety

L10 Light Source and SafeLight Cable

  • Indicated for use to provide real-time endoscopic visibility and near-infrared fluorescence imaging
  • Enables surgeons to perform minimally invasive surgery using standard endoscopic visible light
  • Using near-infrared imaging, this platform provides enhanced visual assessment of vessels, blood flow and related tissue perfusion, in addition to bile duct visualization

Clarity

A real-time video enhancement device designed to amplify visualization by improving clarity, contrast and detail. This military grade technology helps you see through smoke and sub optimal conditions by improving image quality up to 48%.*


*Data on File. Internal Reference. TR16211




Clarity.

Real-Time Video Enhancement

IRIS.

Infrared Illumination System

ENV.

Endoscopic Near-Infrared Visualization

DRE.

Dynamic Range Enhancement

Desaturation.

Lighting Enhancement

See and do more: general surgery

The 1588 AIM Platform consists of imaging modes in IRIS, ENV and Clarity with dedicated surgical camera specialty settings. The 1588 platform delivers a high definition, standardized solution, designed to improve patient safety.
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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy featuring Clarity.

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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy featuring Clarity, ENV, and DRE.

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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy featuring ENV, with white light to fluorescent light.

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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy featuring ENV

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Laparoscopic Colorectal

Laparoscopic Colorectal featuring IRIS.

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Laparoscopic Colorectal

Laparoscopic colorectal procedure featuring IRIS with blinking ureteral kits.

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Laparoscopic Colorectal

Laparoscopic Colorectal featuring ENV

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Laparoscopic Colorectal

Laparoscopic Colorectal featuring IRIS and Clarity

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Colorectal Perfusion

Colorectal Perfusion featuring ENV

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Laparoscopic Gastric Sleeve

Laparoscopic Gastric Sleeve featuring ENV

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The 1588 AIM Platform consists of imaging modes in IRIS, ENV and Clarity with dedicated surgical camera specialty settings. The 1588 platform delivers a high definition, standardized solution, designed to improve patient safety.
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The 1588 AIM Platform for General Surgery:

IRIS: Infrared Illumination System
IRIS is a visualization technology designed to reduce the risk of ureteral damage. When IRIS mode is activated on the L10 light source, a lighted stent transilluminates the ureters.

ENV: Endoscopic Near-Infrared Visualization
ENV enhances visualization of anatomy in real-time during minimally invasive surgery. When ENV mode is activated, it provides visual assessment of blood flow, tissue perfusion, and biliary ducts by using fluorescent light. ENV is used with a fluorescent indocyanine green (ICG) dye.

Clarity
A real-time video enhancement device designed to amplify visualization by improving clarity, contrast and detail. This military grade technology helps you see through smoke and sub optimal conditions by improving image quality up to 48%.*


*Data on File. Internal Reference. TR16211

See and do more: orthopaedic surgery

The 1588 AIM Platform allows you to see more in orthopaedic surgery. The 1588 AIM camera is designed to enhance visualization by highlighting the posterior compartment and improving visual acuity.
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Shoulder Arthroscopy

Shoulder Arthroscopy featuring Clarity.

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Knee Arthroscopy

Knee Arthroscopy featuring Clarity and DRE.

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The 1588 AIM Platform allows you to see more in orthopaedic surgery. The 1588 AIM camera is designed to enhance visualization by highlighting the posterior compartment and improving visual acuity.
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The 1588 AIM Platform for Arthroscopy:

DRE: Dynamic Range Enhancement
DRE is designed to improve visualization in the surgical field by creating a brighter image in dark and posterior compartments. Activating this feature is done with the touch of a button on the 1588 camera head.

Desaturation
Desaturation is a mode within the 1588 camera that decreases the saturation of color in the image to the level preferable by the surgeon.

Clarity
A real-time video enhancement device designed to amplify visualization by improving clarity, contrast and detail. This military grade technology helps you see through smoke and sub optimal conditions by improving image quality up to 48%.*


*Data on File. Internal Reference. TR16211

See and do more: ENT surgery

The 1588 AIM Platform allows you to see more in ENT surgery. The 1588 AIM camera is designed to illuminate posterior compartments and enhance visualization deep into the nasal cavity. The 1588 camera also includes a Desaturation mode, which allows for better color control by decreasing saturation in an image.
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Sinus Procedure

Sinus Procedure featuring DRE and Desaturation.

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The 1588 AIM Platform allows you to see more in ENT surgery. The 1588 AIM camera is designed to illuminate posterior compartments and enhance visualization deep into the nasal cavity. The 1588 camera also includes a Desaturation mode, which allows for better color control by decreasing saturation in an image.
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The 1588 AIM platform for ENT Surgery:

Clarity
A real-time video enhancement device designed to amplify visualization by improving clarity, contrast and detail. This military grade technology helps you see through smoke and sub optimal conditions by improving image quality up to 48%.*


*Data on File. Internal Reference. TR16211

DRE: Dynamic Range Enhancement
DRE is designed to improve visualization in the surgical field by creating a brighter image in dark and posterior compartments. Activating this feature is done with the touch of a button on the 1588 camera head.

Desaturation
Desaturation is a mode within the 1588 camera that decreases the saturation of color in the image to the level preferable by the surgeon.

See and do more: urological surgery

The 1588 AIM Platform allows you to see more in urological surgery. The platform is designed to enhance visualization by illuminating the ureters and to see through visual impediments typically experienced during surgery.

IRIS: Infrared Illumination System
IRIS is a visualization technology designed to reduce the risk of ureteral damage. When IRIS mode is activated on the L10 light source, a lighted stent transilluminates the ureters.

Clarity
A real-time video enhancement device designed to amplify visualization by improving clarity, contrast and detail. This military grade technology helps you see through smoke and sub optimal conditions by improving image quality up to 48%.*


*Data on File. Internal Reference. TR16211

Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumor (TURBT)

TURBT featuring Clarity.

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Nephrolithotomy

Nephrolithotomy featuring Clarity.

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See and do more: gynecological surgery

The 1588 AIM Platform allows you to see more in gynecological surgery. The platform is designed to enhance visualization by illuminating the ureters and to see through visual impediments typically experienced during surgery.
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Laparoscopic removal of adhesions

Laparoscopic removal of adhesions featuring Clarity.

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The 1588 AIM Platform allows you to see more in gynecological surgery. The platform is designed to enhance visualization by illuminating the ureters and to see through visual impediments typically experienced during surgery.
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The 1588 AIM platform for gynecological Surgery:

IRIS: Infrared Illumination System
IRIS is a visualization technology designed to reduce the risk of ureteral damage. When IRIS mode is activated on the L10 light source, a lighted stent transilluminates the ureters.

Clarity
A real-time video enhancement device designed to amplify visualization by improving clarity, contrast and detail. This military grade technology helps you see through smoke and sub optimal conditions by improving image quality up to 48%.*


*Data on File. Internal Reference. TR16211

See and do more: gastrointestinal surgery

The 1588 Platform allows you to see more in GI surgery. The video enhancement capabilities built into Clarity are designed to allow surgeons to more precisely identify polyps and adenomas during colonoscopies.
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Colonoscopy

Colonoscopy featuring Clarity.

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The 1588 Platform allows you to see more in GI surgery. The video enhancement capabilities built into Clarity are designed to allow surgeons to more precisely identify polyps and adenomas during colonoscopies.
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The 1588 AIM platform for Gastrointestinal Surgery:

Clarity
A real-time video enhancement device designed to amplify visualization by improving clarity, contrast and detail. This military grade technology helps you see through smoke and sub optimal conditions by improving image quality up to 48%.* It enhances tissue level detail and possible abnormalities, polyps, and adenomas. It is designed to improve color to enhance contrast and depth when viewing surgical footage.

Designed to improve visualization capabilities of existing endoscopic systems and to seamlessly integrate with current OR environments.

Designed to enhance both real-time video as well as pre-recorded video. This becomes beneficial when you're reviewing possible abnormalities post-operatively and/or educational purposes.

*Data on File. Internal Reference. TR16211

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With SDC3 every surgeon is unique

With SDC3
every surgeon is
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SDC3 technology allows each surgeon to create a
customized operating room environment, while providing
a consistent and efficient experience.

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With SDC3 every surgeon is unique
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SDC3

SDC3 technology allows each surgeon to create a customized operating room environment, while providing a consistent and efficient experience.

  • Originally from a family of digital capture devices, the SDC3 has since evolved into an operating room control center.
  • Offering device connectivity and "cloud based" surgeon profiles, the SDC3 provides a customized OR experience for every surgeon by configuring all of the connected devices with their preferred settings at the touch of a button.
  • Now with the ability to control devices settings and annotate images during surgery verbally or by using the camera head or the remote control, the surgical experience is as seamless as ever.
  • Patient follow-up is also simplified with the MySDC3 iPad app*, as surgeons can readily edit and share images and customized post-operative recovery information with their patients.

Additional packages

Nuance Powershare - Designed to eliminate the logistics and security concerns associated with storing paper copies of patient case images. The SDC3 provides secure access to and sharing of postoperative images with patients and other facilities with Powershare in the cloud.

Connectivity package - Enables storing images to select EMR systems for accessibility within the patient's chart.

*For use with the Apple iPad only.

Testimonials

The 1588 Platform brings components to the table that are critical to patient safety.

- Santiago Horgan M.D., FACS
  Division Chief, Minimally Invasive Surgery

As surgeons, we all need to work hard to provide the best opportunities for our patient's outcomes. This new platform allows us to see the biliary tree in real-time.

- W. Scott Melvin, M.D.
  Division Chief, General Surgery

The image quality is exceptional. Why wouldn't you leave Clarity on all the time?

- Anthony C. Levanda, M.D.
  Orthopaedic Surgeon

I think that if a gynecologist was to use the IRIS system to see how well you can identify the location of the ureters, you would not want to do surgery without it.

- Allan Adajar, M.D. FACOG, FACS
  Obstetrical Surgeon, Gynecologist

I think that if a gynecologist was to use the IRIS system to see how well you can identify the location of the ureters, you would not want to do surgery without it.

- Allan Adajar, M.D. FACOG, FACS
  Obstetrical Surgeon, Gynecologist

The fact that we can click a button and see through the smoke in the abdominal cavity, right away, is just impressive.

- Santiago Horgan M.D., FACS
  Division Chief, Minimally Invasive Surgery