MedicalTek believes there is a common belief that 3D visualization provides a better image to minimally invasive surgery with depth perception. They report a better solution is the 3D image with adjustable disparity, which provides the customized 3D effects to serve the very different eye movement and visual perception of each surgeon at very different operating environments.
MedicalTek has developed the world’s first and only endoscope visualization system, MonoStereo® 3D, with easy-set, easy-alter adjustable 3D effects. It is a fusion of advanced 3D technology which overcomes the limitations of conventional 3D systems, providing a new perspective on surgical imaging.
“We are glad to embrace the ultimate solution.” Said The Wayne Huang, Director of AITS/IRCAD Taiwan, the top MIS training center in Asia. “Those frequent complaint about 3D surgical image systems such as surgeons’ fatigue, dizzy, alleviates significantly through the adjustable 3D effects.” Wayne stressed, “A valuable aid in situations at risk of complications.”
While MedicalTek was selected as a finalist to join RESI NYC 2018 (Redefining Early Stage Investments), Dr. Kai-Che Liu, MedicalTek CEO, talked to global investors, “The mission of MedicalTek is to facilitate better clinical experience enabling surgeons to gain confidence and get results.”
MonoStereo® 3D is a software based system. It not only gives the freedom to surgeons to switch images from 2D to 3D, but to switch the 3D effect with 5 level disparity respectively either by hands or by feet. It enables critical anatomical views in 2D and 3D with free to choice disparity that is simply not possible with traditional MIS.
There are over 120 MIS surgeries with MonoStereo® 3D endoscope visualization systems that have been performed by hundreds of surgeons in ENT, Urology, GI, GS, GYNE, and VATs a year.
Dr Gabriel Rahmi, Medical Doctor specialized in Endoscopy at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital, spent several months investigating the performance of 3D endoscope visualization system, and concluded with satisfaction that the MonoStereo® 3D seems to be helpful for the therapeutic endoscopic procedures.