FDA has cleared RFPi’s iCertainty real-time, noninvasive blood flow and perfusion imaging medical device for use during surgical procedures, the company said.
iCertainty is the first medical imaging device to show blood flow without interrupting a surgical procedure or requiring injections, dyes, radiation or direct patient contact, according to the Greenville, N.C. company. Use of iCertainty during surgery could reduce procedural complications or repeat surgeries, reduce hospital costs, and objectively measure and help to improve clinical outcomes, the company said in a prepared statement.
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