Invuity is committed to leveraging intelligent photonics
technology to transform minimal access surgery.

Invuity is committed to leveraging intelligent photonics technology to transform minimal access surgery.

Invuity is a medical technology company focused on pioneering the use of advanced photonics to provide surgeons with improved direct visualization of surgical cavities during open minimally invasive and minimal access procedures. Our patented Intelligent Photonics technology enables superior illumination and visualization and is designed to overcome the significant limitations of traditional surgical lighting options in the operating room.

Our patented Intelligent Photonics is integrated into our single-use and reusable advanced surgical devices to address some of the critical intracavity illumination and visualization challenges facing surgeons today. These devices utilize our proprietary optical waveguide technology to direct and shape thermally cool, brilliant light into broad, uniform and volumetric illumination of the surgical target.

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A product portfolio that enables clinical and economic outcomes across a broad spectrum of minimally invasive and minimal access procedures.

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Surgeon Testimonials

“The light improves my visualization in the surgical field, allowing me to be more precise with my bone cuts and joint preparation”

Selene Parekh, MD
North Carolina Orthopaedic Clinic
Durham, NC

“This is revolutionary technology that will change the way we do minimally invasive breast surgery. It is simply must have instrumentation to work more confident, and efficient in delicate anatomy.”

Lorraine Tafra, MD
Director of Breast Center
Anne Arundel Medical Center
Annapolis, MD

“These retractors are a must for anyone looking to do nipple sparing mastectomies. I feel we can save significant amounts of surgical time since we can see better without the worry of burn injury or fire hazard often found with fiber optic light.”

Rache Simmons, MD
New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center
New York, NY