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VivoSight Dx – System Overview

VivoSight Dx is indicated for use in the two-dimensional, cross-sectional, real-time imaging of external tissues of the human body.

Breakthrough structural and vascular imaging through multi-beam OCT

The VivoSight Dx handheld probe captures a 6 mm x 6 mm scan and produces an image that visualizes >1 mm deep into the dermis.

It takes only 15 seconds for a structural scan, and 30 seconds for a dynamic scan which produces both structural and vascular images.

VivoSight images are displayed on a large monitor for review and can be exported for incorporation into patient records.

Image stacks can also be exported to software packages such as VivoToolsTM for further analysis.

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VivoSight Dx Product shot 3/4 shot with display of skin imaging

VivoSight measurements are for Investigational Use only

Image of a middle-aged woman being scanned by a user with VivoSight OCT Probe (RX)
Fast, non-invasive scanning without gel

Benefits in Clinical Practice

Quickly see below the surface to better inform treatment decisions

  • Provides High-Resolution, Cross-Sectional Images of Sub-Surface Skin Tissue
  • Visualizes Blood Vessels in the Upper Dermis
  • Aids in Assessing your Patient’s Condition
  • Enhances Patient Care by providing additional information than is provided by Clinical Examination alone

Benefits in Skin Research

Accelerate development timelines and reduce costs

  • Clinic and bench-top versatility
  • Non-invasive scanning of in-vivo and ex-vivo targets
  • VivoTools image analysis software
  • Multiple objective skin and vascular measurements
  • Automated report generation Batch data processing
VivoSight Dx screenshot of skin after removal of Microneedle Array Patch showing inflammation and surface punctures
Easy to operate user interface
Diagram explaining principle of OCT with multiple scatterings filtered out.
OCT filters out directly reflected light (blue) from scattered light (red, dashed) forming an image

How it works…

An optical analogue to ultrasound imaging using lasers

OCT is an imaging technology based on light and optics. Similar to the way ultrasound uses sound waves, VivoSight OCT uses eye-safe infrared scanning laser light to obtain a 3D block of image data at a higher resolution (< 10 μm) compared to other modalities.With an ultra-wide field of view of 6 mm x 6 mm and a depth of 1 mm, the user is able not only to see deep into the dermis but also get the full picture of the sub-surface microstructure.

Diagram of scanning method used by VivoSight showing multiple image frames and position on skin
The scanning laser beam produces up to 500 cross-sectional slices (frames) per scan, creating a 3D image that can be reviewed by frame and at any depth
3D rendering of block of skin tissue imaged by VivoSight
Individual sectional slices put together into a 3D image block (“loaf of bread”)
Diagram explaining multi channel OCT advantage in focus over signle channel OCT
VivoSight multi-beam technology offers resolution of 7.5 μm throughout the depth of the image.

Patented Multi-Beam Technology

The outstanding imaging performance is the result of multi-beam technology. Four beams of light, each focusing at a different depth, give the user not only a higher resolution but also a deeper penetration depth compared to a single beam system.


Explore the research and clinical applications for VivoSight

Advance Your Research and Development Programs

VivoSight Dx in combination with VivoTools image analysis software visualizes and quantifies treatment effects.

See the Whole Picture to Improve Outcomes

VivoSight Dx produces high resolution imaging of skin sub-structures and vascular networks to aid in patient care