Vision Medical has teamed up with medical device company Forth Photonics for this year’s Annual Scientific Meeting of The British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (BSCCP) in Liverpool, to showcase their new imaging colposcope, The DySIS 3 System.
DySIS 3 is the first medical device to use dynamic spectral imaging technology to assist in the detection and mapping of cervical neoplasia in vivo. Delivering the new standard of care in colposcopy, DySIS replaces conventional colposcopes by offering the tools essential for detecting and grading cervical neoplasia in vivo, cervical mapping of aceto-whitening, biopsy sampling guidance and objective follow-up. These unique advantages are achieved while maintaining the standard colposcopic examination procedures and features.
Developed by Forth Photonics, the DySIS system has already been proven to provide a higher sensitivity in the detection of high-grade cervical lesions than conventional colposcopy. On show at the BSCCP will also be further award winning colposcopy products including the Zeiss 150FC colposcope, Schmitz medi-matic© gynaecology couch and a brand new range of single use and reusable instruments. For more information visit stands 18 and 19 at this years BSCCP or contact Vision Medical.