Direct visualization of surgical cavities

Surgery. Redefined.

Our product portfolio targets open minimally invasive and minimal access procedures that provides surgeons direct illumination and visualization for a variety of surgical specialties including Spine, Orthopedics, Breast and Thyroid Oncology, Plastic and General Surgery. Through Intelligent Photonics technology, we enable surgeons the ability to perform procedures that were previously difficult to perform due to visualization and illumination challenges.

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Clinical Research

Learn more in our Clinical Experience Survey of Thought Leaders in Breast Surgery that showcases the impact of our enabling technology.

“Nipple Sparing Mastecomy And The Advent Of An Enabling Surgical Illumination And Visualization System”

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Testimonials

The dynamic fluorescence imaging of the PhotonVue allows me to confidently offer more advanced nipple sparing mastectomy techniques and single stage procedures to a broader patient population. Specifically, confirming tissue perfusion during the reconstruction enables me to discuss these techniques with patients who are smokers, diabetics, those who were previously radiated or have high BMIs.

William L. Scarlett, D.O., FACS, FACOS, FAACS
Assoc. Prof. of Plastic Surgery: PCOM, Philadelphia
Director of Bucks County Aesthetic Center – Bensalem, PA

“It is not often you see new technology or medical devices and know how much you will like it and the impact it will make before you even use it! That is exactly what happened with Invuity’s Eikon Illuminated Retractor System.”

Richard E. Fine, MD
The West Clinic Comprehensive Breast Center
Memphis, TN

“Invuity’s Intelligent Photonics Technology is a must-have for all my surgical procedures, particularly lumpectomies, and skin and nipple sparing mastectomies. This technology enables me to make a single inframammary incision and clearly visualize deep into the surgical cavity all the way to the axilla. Additionally, it has enabled me to operate proficiently, improving the viability of the breast flap. I have reduced my surgical times while improving patient safety and aesthetic outcomes.”

Beth DuPree, MD FACS
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Surgery University of Pennsylvania
Director, Comprehensive Breast Care Surgeons
Medical Director, Breast Health Program
Holy Redeemer Health System