Dynamic Light imaging technology is revolutionizing the way blood flow is visualized during surgery. The technology provides real-time, continuous, and quantitative visualization of blood flow in tissue to reduce the risk of surgical complications.

The videos below compare Dynamic Light’s technology (left video) with the technique Indocyanine green angiography (right video). The comparison videos were recorded simultaneously during a stroke and play at the same sped up time rate.

Dynamic Light's technology, which does not require the injection of a dye, provides high-quality blood flow images continuously. In the image, red indicates high flow and blue indicates no flow.

The white signal in the ICG image indicates the indocyanine green dye is in the vessel and thus the surgeon assumes flow in that vessel. Notice that the ICG signal quality degrades quickly since the ICG dye is cleared from the system within about 10 minutes.

This comparison serves to demonstrate that Dynamic Light technology provides surgeons with real-time actionable information about blood flow, in this instance that a clot has formed. Our technology is complementary to ICG angiography by offering continuous and quantitative blood flow monitoring.