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Precision surgery thanks to informative hyperspectral imaging

Interview with Professor Ines Gockel, Director of the Department of Visceral, Transplant, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery, University Hospital of Leipzig, Germany

02/08/2018

Image: Prof. Ines Gockel; Copyright: I. Gockel

Professor Ines Gockel, Director of the Department of Visceral Surgery at the University Hospital of Leipzig in Germany

Image: Hyperspectral imaging device; Copyright: Diaspective Vision GmbH

Each image with hyperspectral imaging only takes five seconds at the most.

Image: Photograph of hands with hyperspectral imaging; Copyright: Diaspective Vision GmbH

The intraoperative procedure is contact-free, radiation-free and fast. This means that there are no risks for the patient.