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ETHICON VISIBLE PATIENT Solution
Surgeons* can use their patients’ medical imaging, including CT or MRI images, to create an interactive 3D model for organs such as lung, colorectal, kidney and liver. +,%,1
Create a Clear Roadmap for Surgery
Anatomical Atlas and 3D Model
VISIBLE PATIENT Planning may aid in the localization and approximate measurements of suspected lung nodules, liver tumors, kidney tumors, colorectal tumors as well as relationships to surrounding anatomical structures.+,1
Clip Applying Tool
“Clips” can be placed on the kidney, the liver or the lungs in order to visualize the organ segments and approximations of the computed volumes.+,1
Convenient and Portable
VISIBLE PATIENT Solution is a medical device software for use on devices with Windows, Mac and iOS installed operating systems.+,1
EMEA - English
US - English
English - Australia New Zealand
Korea - S. Korea
* The software is designed to be used by trained professionals (including physicians, surgeons and technicians) and is intended to assist the clinician who is solely responsible for making all final patient management decisions.
+ For the most current and complete instructions, please refer to the Instructions for Use and/or User Manual that are available from the Visible Patient website.
% This product is not intended for use with or for the primary diagnostic interpretation of Mammography images. The third-party trademarks used herein are trademarks of their respective owners.
1. Visible Patient Planning, 1013, v1, User Documentation, May 2020 (165470-210125 EMEA, 165469-210125 EMEA, 165549-210126 EMEA, 157213-201027 EMEA)
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Last updated February 22, 2019. The third-party trademarks used herein are trademarks of their respective owners. Data and usage fees may apply. See your carrier for more information.
*As of March 2017, per internal research conducted by Ethicon.