Designed for radio-guided laparoscopic sentinel node detection and targeted localization, enabling surgical precision and optimizing performance
Articulated with a standard surgical grasper, the miniaturized SENSEI® probe allows for unprecendented dexterity, expanding the field of view and enabling the quick localization of radioactive hotspots in multiple locations
The single-use, disposable probe measures just over 40mm, ideal for both intracavity manual and robotic laparoscopic procedures. Attached to a 3-metre lightweight cable, the probe can be easily extracted through a standard 12mm entry port.
Designed in close collaboration with leading surgeons and nuclear medicine physicians. The system is easy to use in the operating room with a clear audible and graphic display. SENSEI® can be integrated with an external display on surgical robotic platforms.
The SENSEI® probe is disposable and doesn't require a sterile sheath or reprocessing between procedures, eliminating the risk of cross-contamination and costs due to loss or damage.
When used with an articulating grasper, this miniature probe allows for unparalleled intra-cavity maneuverability and dexterity.
With multigrip orientations, the probe can provide six degrees of freedom within the surgical field, reaching all areas of interest.
Dr Jim Adshead, Consultant Urological Robotic Surgeon & Clinical Director, Lister Hospital & North Herts NHS Trust, UK
Dr Jochen Walz, Head of Department of Urology, Institut Paoli-Calmettes Cancer Centre, Marseille, France
Dr Kees Gerestein, Gynecological Oncologist, University Medical Centre, Utrecht, Netherlands
Prof. Dr. Boris Hadaschik, Chair, Department of Urology, University Hospital Essen, Germany
SENSEI® has been developed by Lightpoint Medical, a technology leader in targeted cancer surgery. Our mission is to improve the lives of people with cancer by transforming the efficacy of minimally invasive surgical procedures.
Lightpoint Medical, Ltd Misbourne Works Waterside, Chesham