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Verdye – zieleń indocyjaninowa ICG

Produkt Verdye zawierający zieleń indocyjaninową (ICG) firmy Diagnostic Green jest wiodącym produktem fluorescencyjnym, cieszącym się zaufaniem lekarzy na całym świecie, stosowanym w procedurach terapeutycznych opartych na fluorescencji.

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Verdye - zieleń indocyjaninowa ICG

Obrazowanie wspomagane fluorescencją metodą Diagnostic Green

Okulistyczna diagnostyka angiograficzna

  • pomiar perfuzji naczyniówki

Diagnostyka czynności wątroby

  • pomiar czynności wydzielniczej wątroby

Diagnostyka serca, krążenia i mikrokrążenia

  • pomiar pojemności minutowej serca i objętości wyrzutowej
  • pomiar objętości krwi krążącej
  • pomiar perfuzji mózgu


  • dobra tolerancja*
  • doskonały profil bezpieczeństwa**
  • wydalanie wyłącznie przez wątrobę
  • okres półtrwania 3-4 minuty
  • szybkie wiązanie z białkiem osocza
  • brak istotnego krążenia pozawątrobowego lub jelitowego


Barwnik trikarbocyjaninowy

Artykuły naukowe:

  1. EssentiAL Clinical Trial Publication in Annals of Surgery shows reduction in anastomotic leak rate by 4.2%
  2. Fluorescence-guided surgery: comprehensive review – Cahill, Vahrmeijer, Polom et al
  3. The Role of Fluorescence-Guided Surgery In Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy – Interview with Dr Mayank Roy
  4. Robot-assisted and fluorescence-guided remnant-cholecystectomy: a prospective dual-center cohort study
  5. The role of fluorescent cholangiography in preventing biliary tract injury and finding bile leakage
  6. Indocyanine green fluorescent cholangiography improves the clinical effects of difficult laparoscopic cholecystectomy
  7. Preliminary results of laparoscopic cholecystectomy using real-time indocyanine green fluorescence: a cross-sectional study
  8. Detection of the communicating accessory bile duct in laparoscopic resection of residual gallbladder by the combination of the indocyanine green fluorescence cholangiography and the intraoperative cholangiography: A case report
  9. Indocyanine green fluorescence angiography in colorectal surgery: A retrospective case-control analysis in Mexico
  10. Interpretation and clinical utility of indocyanine-green fluorescence imaging (IFI) in robot-assisted anorectal-function saving operations (ASOs): A propensity-score matched analysis of 872 prospectively enroled patients undergoing IFI
  11. Usefulness of indocyanine green fluorescence-guided small intestinal bleeding site identification in small bowel resection: a report of two cases and literature review
  12. Efficacy of indocyanine green systemic administration for bile leak detection after hepatectomy: a protocol for a prospective single-arm clinical trial with a historical control group
  13. Robotic Right Posterior Sectionectomy by Intrafascial Approach for Pancreas Neuroendocrine Liver Metastasis
  14. Clinical association between intraoperative ICG fluorescence imaging pattern, preoperative Gd-EOB-DTPA-enhanced MRI findings and histological differentiation in hepatocellular carcinoma
  15. Laparoscopic Microwave Ablation: Which Technologies Improve the Results
  16. Fluorescent Laparoscopic Central Hepatectomy for Liver Cancer Using Indocyanine Green Negative Staining
  17. Robo-Lap Approach for Anatomical Resections of Postero-Superior Liver Segments by Indocyanine Green Fluorescence: Intraoperative Navigation Based on Vascular Landmarks
  18. Effectiveness of indocyanine green fluorescence imaging in resection of hepatoblastoma
  19. Augmented Reality Navigation System and Indocyanine Green Fluorescence Imaging Make Laparoscopic Right Anterior Sectionectomy More Precisely and Safely
  20. Intraoperative indocyanine green clearance in liver surgery: a useful tool to promote parenchymal preservation?
  21. Safety and effectiveness of fluorescence laparoscopy in precise hepatectomy: A meta-analysis
  22. Preservation of remnant oesophagus during total pharyngolaryngectomy in a patient with previous subtotal esophagectomy: a case report
  23. Simultaneous robotic distal gastrectomy and distal pancreatectomy: Avoiding total gastrectomy using indocyanine green fluorescence imaging
  24. WEBINAR – Catch up on AIS Channel Fluorescence Guided Laparoscopic Sigmoid Resection for Complicated Diverticular Diseases event presented by Prof Boni, Milan.
  25. Use of quantitative indocyanine green near-infrared fluorescence imaging in bariatric surgery: early results
  26. Colonic Perforation Secondary to COVID-19 Induced Haemorrhagic Colitis in a Patient Heterozygous for Factor V Leiden
  27. Fluorescence-guided and molecularly-guided debridement: identifying devitalized and infected tissue in orthopaedic trauma
  28. Application of Indocyanine Green in Combination with Da Vinci Xi Robot in Surgeries on the Upper Urinary Tract: A Case Series Study
  29. Clinical application of indocyanine green fluorescence imaging navigation for paediatric renal cancer
  30. Indocyanine green-fluorescent imaging for a detection of accessory pancreatic duct in pancreas-preserving duodenectomy
  31. Early identification of life-threatening soft-tissue infection using dynamic fluorescence imaging: first-in-kind clinical study of first-pass kinetics
  32. Clinical application of machine learning and computer vision to indocyanine green quantification for dynamic intraoperative tissue characterisation: how to do it
  33. Indocyanine Green Angiography for Quality Assessment of Renal Graft Before Transplantation: A Pilot Study
  34. Beneficial Impact of „Supercharged” Pectoralis Major Musculocutaneous Flap With Indocyanine Green Angiography on Reconstruction in a Patient at High Risk for Necrosis
  35. Near-infrared fluorescence angiography with indocyanine green for perfusion assessment of DIEP and msTRAM flaps: A Dutch multicenter randomized controlled trial
  36. Flap perfusion assessment with indocyanine green angiography in deep inferior epigastric perforator flap breast reconstruction: A systematic review and meta-analysis
  37. Intraoperative real-time near-infrared image-guided endoscopic endonasal surgery for pituitary tumours
  38. Indocyanine green fluorescence imaging may detect tumour residuals during surgery for bone and soft-tissue tumours
  39. Near-infrared (NIR) imaging with indocyanine green (ICG) may assist in intraoperative decision making and improving surgical margin in bone and soft tissue tumour surgery
  40. Hyperfluorescence of choroidal arteries in the peripheral fundus on late-phase ICGA