The VivaScope® 1500 Multilaser cellular confocal imager allows researchers across the continuum of skin or tissue imaging to capture cellular resolution images of the skin and supporting stroma. Combining reflectance and fluorescence imaging, the VivaScope 1500 Multilaser includes available wavelengths of 785 nm (near infrared), 658 nm (red) and 488 nm (blue), which are integrated into a single device for unparalleled imaging potentials. These laser wavelengths are applied to the skin one wavelength at a time, eliminating the possibility of bleed-through from other fluorophores.
With this system, an organism-compatible dye can be applied to the tissue of interest prior to using the VivaScope. The respective laser light excites the fluorophore, and the emitted fluorescence produces a contrast during the imaging process that can help identify dynamic reactions that aren’t visible during reflectance imaging.
The VivaScope cellular confocal images are captured painlessly for the subject and without the need for lengthy, expensive, and tedious preparation protocols. Combining multiple modalities, including macro and micro imaging, the VivaScope 1500 Multilaser system gives clinicians and researchers the most comprehensive view of the tissue and allows confidence in the analysis and diagnosis rendered
VivaScope 1500 Multilaser Intended Use:
The VivaScope® 1500 Multilaser system images the in-vivo morphology of exposed unstained epithelium and the supporting stroma to help assist in forming a clinical judgment. The VivaScope® 1500 is not intended as a primary means of diagnosis.