Evaluation of the quality of tissue perfusion
FLUOBEAM® LM, used in combination with indocyanine green (ICG), is a fluorescence imaging solution that allows surgeons to assess the quality of tissue perfusion in real time.
In addition to real-time imaging, the relative quantification tool provides the surgeon with additional information that allows him or her to adjust their surgical procedure. This information will also be used to ensure follow-up and a post-operative evaluation adapted to each patient.
Perforator location in free flap reconstructive surgery
In free flap reconstructive surgery, FLUOBEAM®LM helps to identify perforators but also evaluate the quality of tissue perfusion in real time. This additional information helps limit postoperative complications such as total or partial tissue necrosis.
Excellence at your fingertips
FLUOBEAM® LM is an integrated fluorescence imaging solution that provides the surgeon, during surgery, with information invisible to the naked eye such as tissue perfusion. It helps the surgeon in the decision making process in order to reduce the rate of complications. Its ease of use and image processing functions makes it a major asset for surgeons.
a certain taste of freedom
FLUOBEAM® LM has been designed to be integrated in the operating room environment. It offers the surgeon total autonomy during surgery, allowing for the control of all acquisition and visualization parameters from the sterile area.
you won’t believe your eyes
FLUOBEAM® LM is an optically safe and ergonomic system. The camera combines safety and performance. Its optical head with a sensitive near-infrared camera excites the fluorescent agent with a class 1 laser, which is harmless to the eye even in direct contact.
An indication-oriented software
The integrated FLUOSOFT™ LM imaging software offers acquisition modes by type of indication; it automatically adapts to the visualization conditions: high sensitivity for low fluorescence applications, pseudocolorization with relative quantification to assess perfusion, automatic detection of perforator vessels before dissecting a flap. This approach, associated with proven acquisition protocols, avoids handling errors and ensures high reliability of results.
Ergonomic and intuitive
The FLUOBEAM® LM technology was developed to provide surgeons with a comfortable ergonomic camera and intuitive software during surgery
Its joystick allows a fluid navigation in the software functionalities and offers the surgeon a total autonomy when using the device
High performance and safety
FLUOBEAM® LM has been designed to offer a high level of technical performance while ensuring surgeon and patient safety
The power of its Class I laser and the quality of its optical filtering allow the surgeon to operate up to a working distance of 8 cm
Automatic acquisition mode
The camera allows the surgeon to have direct and autonomous access to an analysis of the perfusion dynamics in the field, the location of the perforator vessels and the extent of their perfusion zone
"This device provides us with an image in real time. For the surgeon, it is like having an extra eye. It's preoperative augmented reality."
Pr Eric VIBERT
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What is the FLUOBEAM® LM?
FLUOBEAM® LM is an integrated fluorescence imaging solution that provides the surgeon, during the procedure, with information invisible to the naked eye such as tissue perfusion, lymphatic drainage status, or lymph node location. It thus makes it possible to make appropriate decisions, in order to reduce the rate of complications. Its ease of use and image analysis capabilities make it a major asset for surgeons.
FLUOBEAM® LM is intended to provide real-time near infrared (NIR) fluorescence imaging of tissue during surgical procedures. The FLUOBEAM® LM is indicated for use in capturing and viewing fluorescent images for the visual assessment of blood flow in adults as an adjunctive method for the evaluation of tissue perfusion, perfused organs, and related tissue-transfer circulation in tissue and free flaps used in plastic, micro- and reconstructive and organ transplant surgeries. This is a class II medical device. Product manufactured by FLUOPTICS SAS, France. For proper use, please read carefully all instructions in the specific instructions for use for each product.