Sentinella

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Logotipo SENTINELLA

The only integrated system for radio-guided surgery with real-time imaging.
Sentinella is a unique and innovative system to detect sentinel node in the operating room, evaluating possible extensions to lymph nodes, enabling the identification of sentinel nodes outside of conventional nodal chains. Sentinella is 100% portable. Includes an ergonomic arm with a laser pointer that allows you to place the camera to visualize challenging areas. Sentinella’s high-resolution camera is ideal for minimal invasive surgery. Its unique software allows you to make the most out of the images in multiple applications: virtual leads, ROIs, dual tracer, radioactive pointer, dynamic images, DICOM and more.
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Benefits


Real-time intraoperative imaging for sentinel node detection.
Allows accurate and safe extraction of the sentinel node thanks to the laser pointer.
Reduction of false negative procedures.
Sentinella is able to identify nodes that are not detected with any other technique.
Proven capability in complex areas and deep drainage.
Suitable for any sentinel node surgery. The gamma camera, with exlusive technology of continuous crystals, generates high-resolution images to visualize difficult lymphs nodes to locate.
Complete resection guaranteed.
Comfirm the removal of all lymph nodes through an acquisition of “clean field”. Sentinella, easy-to-use in a sterile field with one hand, provides an integrated software tool to compare and quantify the radioactivity in the images, before and after surgery.
 
 
 
 
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Applications


The sentinel node is the most important prognosis factor in the patient’s clinical course. Sentinella has been used in thousands of surgeries with strong clinical evidence in multiple clinical indications.