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NGENUITY® 3D Visualization System 


Transform Your Experience.
Go beyond your analogue microscope with NGENUITY® 3D Visualization System1

 

NGENUITY® 3D Visualization System 

 

Transform Your Experience.
Go beyond your analogue microscope with NGENUITY® 3D Visualization System1

 

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NGENUITY® Provides Solutions for the

Limitations of Analogue Microscopes

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A night-time view of a city skyline

Lack of precision with limited visualisation1-6

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An image of a man sitting in a chair with many computer screens in front of him

Reduced efficiency due to viewing on multiple screens7,8* 

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An image of a woman looking away with the sunlight beaming at the back of her head

Patient risk through light exposure and use of dye8-10 

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An image of a group people wearing lab coats while talking to each other, in front of a whiteboard

Limited teaching capabilities11,12

* Study performed with the NGENUITY® viewing system and ancillary devices such as iOCT (Zeiss, Haag Streit, Leica) or ophthalmic endoscope. All ancillary information was viewed simultaneously with the primary 3D surgical field using the NGENUITY® unit.​ 

 
 
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Precision

High Quality Precision From Start to Finish1,2*

The high level of precision with NGENUITY® removes the need to refocus without losing any detail.

  • Up to 5X extended depth of focus
  • Up to 48% increased magnification
  • Up to 42% increased depth resolution
  • Customised digital image

 

 

See a wider range of details in high definition and sharp focus.

*compared to Analogue Microscopes.

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Customised Digital Image

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Personalised colour filters:

 

  Easy to use thumbnails to uncover hidden details

A closeup image of an eye during surgery with surgical tools on screen Thumbnails on the right side of the screen show the different light temperature filters available with NGENUITY 3D Visualization System.

Light temperature filters:

 

 Instant colour change to view
another aspect of your surgery

 
 
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Efficiency

DATAFUSIONEnables Enhanced Surgical Efficiency and Control

 

NGENUITY® achieves customised control with DATAFUSION integration and enhances efficiency with one single view in surgery.1,7,8

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An image of CENTURION® Vision System, placed in a blue circle on a white background

CENTURION®
DATAFUSION™*

Delivers a real-time view of surgical parameters during critical surgical steps.*

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An image of ORA SYSTEM with VerifEye+, placed in a blue circle on a white background

CONSTELLATION®
DATAFUSION™*

View all of the relevant surgical information in one place. 

*CENTURION® Vision System operator’s manual

 
 
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Reduced Patient Risk Factor

NGENUITY®Reduces Patient Risk Factor From High Light Exposure13,14*

 

NGENUITY®’s digital image processing allows you to operate under low lighting conditions.13† Using only the amount of light needed results in reduced patient risk factor.

 

* Retinal phototoxicity 
† Using too low light can impact the image quality

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Collective Learning

Enhance Your Teaching Capabilities with Collective Learning

 

Accelerate knowledge transfer though a shared 3D view with NGENUITY®.15 Experience teaching, analysing and sharing of spectacular surgical cases to give your colleagues a true demonstration of the surgical experience

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Alcon Experience Academy

 

For relevant training content from industry thought leaders

    1.NGENUITY® 3D Visualization System Operator's Manual.​ 
    2.Alcon data on file, 2019. 
    3.González-Saldivar G & Chow DR. Optimizing visual performance with digitally assisted vitreoretinal surgery. Ophthalmic Surg Lasers Imaging Retina. 2020;51(4):S15-S21.  
    4.Lin KL & Fine HF. “Advances in Visualization During Vitrectomy.” Retinal Physician. Nov 1, 2006. Available at: https://www.retinalphysician.com/issues/2006/nov-dec/advances-in-visualization-during-vitrectomy-surger. Accessed on 20 Oct 2020​. 
    5.Babu N, et al. Comparison of surgical performance of internal limiting membrane peeling using a 3-D visualization system with conventional microscope. Ophthalmic Surg Lasers Imaging Retina. 2018;49:941-945​. 
    6.Fujiwara N et al. Incidence and risk factors of iatrogenic retinal breaks: 20-Gauge versus 25-Gauge vitrectomy for idiopathic macular hole repair. Journal of Ophthalmology. 2020;10:1-4. 
    7.Brooks C.C., et al. Consolidation of imaging modalities utilizing digitally assisted visualization systems: The development of a surgical information handling cockpit. Clin Ophthalmol. 2020:14;557–569. 
    8.Agranat JS & Miller JB. 3D surgical viewing systems in vitreoretinal surgery. Int Ophthalmol Clin. 2020;60(1):17-23. 
    9.Adam MK, et al. Minimal endoillumination levels and display luminous emittance during three-dimensional heads-up vitreoretinal surgery. Retina. 2017;37:1746–1749. 
    10.Charles S. Illumination and phototoxicity issues in vitreoretinal surgery. Retina. 2018;28(1):1-4. 
    11.Chhaya N., et al. Comparison of 2D and 3D video displays for teaching vitreoretinal surgery. Retina. 2018;38:1556–1561. 
    12.Romano MR, et al. Evaluation of 3D heads-up vitrectomy: outcomes of psychometric skills testing and surgeon satisfaction. Eye (Lond). 2018;32(6):1093-1098.  
    13.Rosenberg ED, et al. Efficacy of 3D digital visualization in minimizing coaxial illumination and phototoxic potential in cataract surgery: Pilot study. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2021;47(3):291-296.
    14.Nariai  Y, et al. Comparison of microscopic illumination between a three-dimensional heads-up system and eyepiece in cataract surgery. Eur J Ophthalmol. 2021;31(4):1817-1821.  
    15.Shoshany TN, et al. The user experience on a 3-dimensional heads-up display for vitreoretinal surgery across all members of the health care team: A survey of medical students, residents, fellows, attending surgeons, nurses, and anesthesiologists. Journal of VitreoRetinal Diseases. 2020;4(6):459-466.  

     

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