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Neoprobe

Easy System Set-Up

  • No need for calibration
  • Integrated Bluetooth® wireless technology

Options

  • Dynamic Pitch – Lymphatic mapping
  • Binary Pitch – Parathyroid and FDG isotope procedures
  • Autoranging – Focus audible feedback on detected energy level for more precise localization
  • Software Upgradeable
  • Provides peak performance in changing surgical procedures

Bluetooth Wireless Probes

  • Cordless, ergonomic probes, angled and straight
  • Laparo scopic cordless probe
  • Internally collimated and lightweight 9mm wireless probe
  • More sensitive than the NPR14 corded probe
  • High Energy (F-18) Probe detects radioactive isotope Fluorine-18, called 18F-FDG, and other high-energy radionuclides
  • User Selected Threshold
  • Sets windows for most common radioisotopes used in surgical applications: 125I, 57Co, 99mTc, 111In, 131I, 18F
  • A Seventh OPEN Window. Dual isotope mode for simultaneous scanning of 99mTc and 125I

Sophisticated technology made simple with Neoprobe®

The neo2000® Gamma Detection System (GDS) is the centerpiece of gamma-guided surgical procedures such as lymphatic mapping and parathyroidectomy, and it may help spare patients from complications associated with complete lymph node dissection. Neoprobe® GDS is designed by surgeons for surgeons, and preprogrammed at the factory with optimal settings. It’s lightweight, durable, and has a built-in handle for easy transport. Just plug it in and go to work. Experience the benefits of the Neoprobe GDS System:

  • Corded and cordless probe options
  • Angled and straight probe options to accommodate body contours
  • Superior sensitivity: 50% more sensitive than corded probe (NPR14)
  • Software upgradeable microprocessor-based platform – provides peak performance in changing surgical procedures
  • Automatic windowing for most common radioisotopes
  • Easy system set-up
  • Integrated Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
  • No need for calibration
  • Fast target and background count

High performance, high sensitivity Bluetooth® probes

9mm Bluetooth® Wireless Probe

The new 9mm probe was designed for procedures such as parathyroid and melanoma where incision size may be critical. The 9mm probe has a 35.7% smaller head diameter when compared to the 14mm probe. The lightweight probe is internally collimated for ease-of-use in head and neck procedures.

11mm laparoscopic Bluetooth wireless probe

The gamma detection probe for laparoscopic procedures offers a different point of view – an orthogonal (90 degree) field of view for better accessibility to targeted lesions. Its ergonomic design is optimized for a wide range of uses. Its Bluetooth technology makes it easy to switch from one probe to another Four (4) common radionuclides: 125I, 99mTc, 111In, 131I

High-energy F-18 probe

This high-energy, hand-held probe (HEP) is capable of detecting high-energy photons typically emitted from PET positive lesions.

  • Detects radioactive isotope Fluorine-18, called 18F-FDG, and other high-energy radionuclides
  • Option to use binary pitch in FDG isotope procedures
  • Sophisticated shielding enhances 511 KeV directionality
  • Specific F-18 window built into control console

Operations Manuals

Model 1100, 1101, 1102, and 1104 Wireless Probes Operation Manual, English
Model 2100 System, Operation Manual, English
Model 2200 System, Operation Manual, English
Model 2300 System, Operation Manual, English

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