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Transcript of Optical Microangiography
A Beneficial New Technology that will Boost the Success of Our Company
Performs 3-D scans on thick tissues in all sorts of medical setting settings, where the visualization of the microvascular system is extremely important for diagnosis and treatment of wounds, tumors, injected fillers, or any other malignant growths in the patient’s body.
Neuroscience, where changes in cerebral blood flow are correlated to certain types of neuropathology, such as dementia.
Ophthalmology purposes such as diagnosis of glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and age-related macular degeneration.
How it Will Benefit Our Company
Our health providers will be able to assess damaged tissue in real time without interfering with the patient in any significant way.
3-D images that are easy to read improve the evaluation of fillers, making diagnosis and treatment more effective; it also saves lab result wait time by providing results immediately.
The various uses of this new technology will enable Bayshore Plastic Surgery to expand beyond cosmetic procedures.
Optical microangiography is an upcoming technology that is able to read and analyze the portion of the circulatory system composed of the smallest vessels such as the capillaries and arterioles (the microvascular system) through light scattering.
How Does it Work?
Optical microangiography is able to successfully separate moving and stationary particles through light scattering in a sample of living tissue in order to achieve a high resolution image of blood flow.
This new invention works so efficiently that it enables providers to analyze blood dispersion in a tissue sample through a live feed thus it immediately generates a 3-D view of the microvascular system.
Where Does it Come From?
Ruikang Wang, a professor of bioengineering at the University of Washington, was the main individual behind the research and development of optical microangiography.
What is it?
The main goal of Bayshore Plastic Surgery investing into optical microangiography is to rapidly detect injected fillers and fluids in patients who have undergone dangerous cosmetic surgeries without endangering the patient any further. This will ultimately reduce the number of people suffering from deformities and even deaths caused by risky cosmetic procedures.
Its Various Uses
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Pros And Cons
Pros: Efficiency and accuracy of product will improve our surgery procedures and decrease death rates associated with filler surgical procedures.
Cons: Long term depreciation of the machine, unexpected expenses, such as constant upgrades.