Microvascular

MM51 Microscope & ASRM Workshop “Sewing with the Masters”

Eric Sturgis Microsurgery, Microvascular, Mitaka MM51, MM51 Videos, Reconstructive Surgery, Uncategorized

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Nipple Sparing Mastectomy Perfusion Assessment with the PDE-Neo

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PDE-Neo Visualization for Nipple-sparing Mastectomy Procedure from Mitaka USA on Vimeo.


Post-Mastectomy PDE-neo Visualization

Eric Sturgis Hamamatsu PDE, ICG Perfusion, Microsurgery, Microvascular, PDE Videos, Plastic Surgery, Reconstructive Surgery, Surgical Videos

PDE Evaluation from Mitaka USA on Vimeo.


PDE neo Free Flap Evaluation

Sara Sturgis Anastomosis, Free Flap Perfusion, Free Flaps, Hamamatsu PDE, ICG Fluorescence, ICG Perfusion, Microsurgery, Microvascular, PDE Videos, Plastic Surgery, Reconstructive Surgery, Surgical Videos

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PDE neo Breast Reconstruction with Free Flap

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PDE-NEO Evaluation of Free Flap from Mitaka USA on Vimeo.


VIDEO: MM51 Breast Reconstruction Free Flap

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MM51 Breast Reconstruction Free Flap (1080) from Mitaka USA on Vimeo.


ICG Fluorescence and the Prediction of Flap Necrosis

Eric Sturgis Anastomosis, Free Flap Perfusion, Free Flaps, General and Transplant Surgery, Hamamatsu PDE, ICG Fluorescence, ICG Perfusion, Microsurgery, Microvascular, Plastic Surgery, Reconstructive Surgery

Prediction of flap necrosis with laser induced indocyanine green fluorescence in a rat model.
In this study, German researchers from Rechts der Isar Hospital in Munich used a rat model and ICG fluorescence to determine what level of perfusion gave good indication of future flap necrosis. In areas that would become necrotic they found that the perfusion rate was less than 25% than that of the surrounding area.

Bibliographic information:

Giunta, R. E., Holzbach, T., Taskov, C., Holm, P. S., Brill, T., Busch, R., Gansbacher, B., & Biemer, E. (2005). Prediction of flap necrosis with laser induced indocyanine green fluorescence in a rat model. Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Munchen, Germany.

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