Fresh Tissue Imaging with the NIO Laser Imaging System
The NIO Laser Imaging System uses Stimulated Raman Histology to image fresh, unprocessed tissue specimen without requiring sectioning or staining and enables histologic evaluation in the treatment room. It has been used in over 3000 cancer treatment procedures across multiple institutions in the United States and in Europe.
"Stimulated Raman Histology has the potential to revolutionize digital pathology, giving us the ability to view cellular features and architecture in real time and provide immediate feedback to our surgery colleagues"
- Dr. Matija Snuderl, Neuropathologist
Invenio Imaging Celebrates 2000th NIO Laser Imaging System case | PR Newswire | Oct 12, 2021
Simple Sample Preparation and Non-Disruptive Workflow
Gentle squash preparation with a customized NIO Slide designed to enable retrieval of the sample for downstream analysis after imaging.
Pioneered in Neurosurgery and utilized throughout Surgical Oncology
“We want to be able to analyze lung tissue intraoperatively without losing the sample for downstream analysis. The beauty of SRH is that it renders tissue reusable, allowing thoracic pathologists to conduct additional studies with the sample.”
- Dr. Jamie Bessich, Interim Section Chief, Interventional Pulmonology, NYU Langone Health
Raman Spectroscopy Aids Detection of Lung Cancers | NYU Physician Focus | Pulmonology and Lung Surgery
Artificial Intelligence at the Time of Surgery
NIO Glioma Reveal is the first clinical image analysis algorithm based on deep learning that allows neurosurgeons to identify areas of cancer infiltration in patients undergoing primary treatment of a diffuse glioma. Neurosurgeons in the European Union can now use NIO Glioma Reveal to inform intraoperative decisions. NIO Glioma Reveal is available "For Research Use Only" in the United States, not for use in diagnostic procedures.
"Glioma Reveal provides cancer detection where we really need it, dramatically improving brain tumor surgery."
- Prof. Dr. Jürgen Beck, Chair of Neurosurgery at the University of Freiburg
Invenio Imaging Receives CE Mark to Detect Cancer at the Time of Surgery using Artificial Intelligence | PR Newswire | May 24, 2022
Versatile Interface for Image Sharing and Archiving
NIO images are natively digital and can be shared with existing IT infrastructure via a vendor-neutral DICOM interface.
"Our partnership with Invenio marks the latest instance of technologists working together to streamline the image management process so that critical medical imaging data is available when and where providers need it."
- Andrew Duckworth, VP of Business Development for Ambra Health
Ambra Health and Invenio Imaging Partner to Provide Pathologists Instant Access to Medical Imaging | PR Newswire | Jul 16, 2020