Advantages of GLOW800 AR fluorescence compared to NIR imaging
Compare visualization of cerebrovascular flow with GLOW800 AR fluorescence to traditional near infrared (NIR) imaging in this video.
See how GLOW800 augmented reality (AR) fluorescence takes the high contrast of NIR imaging in combination with ICG and fuses it with the naturally-colored microscope view in real-time
GLOW800 Augmented Reality Fluorescence: ICA (Internal Cerebral Artery) Aneurysm
View new GLOW800* augmented reality (AR) fluorescence from Leica Microsystems recorded during a neurosurgical procedure performed by Dr. Prof. Cleopatra Charalampaki at the Department of Neurosurgery, Cologne Medical Center, Germany.
First impressions of GLOW800 during vascular neurosurgery: Prof. Raphael Guzman, MD
Professor Raphael Guzman, MD talks about his experience when he used GLOW800 augmented reality (AR) fluorescence for the first time in the OR. He discusses the advantages over alternative fluorescence technologies which do not allow blood flow and anatomy to be viewed simultaneously.
Professor Guzman talks about the future of neurosurgical imaging
In this video Professor Raphael Guzman, MD talks about the benefit of having more information during surgery by integrating augmented imaging technologies, such as GLOW800 AR fluorescence and neuronavigation, in one microscope.
Discover the benefits of the ARveo
The ARveo digital augmented reality microscope with groundbreaking GLOW AR fluorescence technology empowers surgical decision-making by providing:
- Augmented digital imaging for precise, real-time information
- The freedom to choose what you see and how you see it
- Flexible options to share your view in the OR and beyond
World debut of the ARveo Digital Augmented Reality Microscope for neurosurgery at AANS 2018
Take a look at the world debut of the ARveo digital augmented reality microscope at AANS in New Orleans, USA. Find out what leading surgeons think about the benefits of integrated technologies, such as GLOW800 augmented reality vascular fluorescence, 3D visualization, and IGS integration.