Time to revolutionize all of that with direct visualization.
Abortions Worldwide Each Year
Deaths from Complications
Underwent Unsafe Abortions
Left with Disabilities
Each year, more than 44 million women experience abortion. Among many viable approaches, Vacuum Aspiration (VA) had been recommended by the WHO as the best approach to surgical abortion for pregnancies of up to 12-14 weeks of gestation.
Vacuum Aspiration, a common medical procedure with many advantages and the highest safety, still has its limitations in observation prior to the procedure and confirmation post-op. Many leads to incomplete abortion, excessive bleeding or even perforation. Lives can be saved and quality improved, if only physicians could have visual access during the procedure.
Insight...with Sure Confidence
Introducing GynoVision, a breakthrough solution to visual inspection and vacuum aspiration. Packed with latest MEMS technology, it displays real-time image on screen and allows you to see, position and confirm the procedure. You have utter clearance during the whole procedure with confidence and confirmation of the results.
See the Uterus, discover the structures and possible lesions.
Pinpoint the position of the gestation, identify its form and classification.
Make sure you have completed the procedure without excessive damages to the tissue.
With state-of-the-art wide-angle lenses and advanced processing technologies, GynoVision provides superb, VGA(480*480) quality real-time image flow that guides you through the whole process. With the ability to observe before and confirm after procedure, you can perform with utmost confidence and safety.
GynoVision system is concise, light-weight and adds little burden to your budget. Either to set up a new workstation or integrate it to your existing workflow is extremely easy and cost-efficient. Consult with us to find the most suitable plan to your needs.
Even with such complex image module integration, we still managed to keep the metal cannulae both thin and light, maximizing the flow while maintaining minimum damage to the tissue.