The MIDASVu system combines a high definition image with the smallest footprint of any arthroscopy system on the market.
MRI and traditional endoscopy towers are a large capital expense for the office or ASC. And for patients, these can often be inconvenient and inconclusive.
Our real-time visualization allows for more accurate decision-making by the physician and can reduce the time from injury to treatment.
The IntraVu Scope is the equivalent of an HD camera on the tip of a 16G needle. It measures just 1.4mm in diameter and offers the highest resolution at this size.
Our patented technology provides automatic lighting and contrast controls. This ensures the user always captures the best possible image. Physicians are able to focus on their patients without concerns about troubleshooting or adjusting settings to improve picture quality.
In a sterile procedure, single hand use gives the physician complete control. In the office setting, the MIDASVu system does not require additional staff to operate the device.
The MIDASVu system touch-screen tablet is optimized for function and user interaction. The small, portable tablet allows for easy storage and can be utilized in multiple exam or procedure rooms.
A physician can view live video on the tablet, as well as to an external accessory monitor. Additionally, the user can store video and still pictures for viewing on other electronic devices.
The IntraVu Scope measures just 1.4mm in diameter. This means minimal recovery time for patients. The MIDASVu system allows a physician to give a full diagnostic arthroscopic exam under local anesthetic.
Implantable devices, anxiety, and clautrophobia are just a few of the reasons that prevent patients from being MRI candidates.
MRI and ultrasound requires patients to be referred out which can take several weeks to schedule. Results are often inconclusive causing frustration for both patients and physicians.
Visualize the delivery of regenerative injections and assure patients that the medicine was delivered precisely for maximum effectiveness.
Clear views inside a joint or cavity enable doctors to pinpoint the source of their patient’s pain and deliver a same-day diagnosis.
MIDASVu procedures are covered under existing CPT codes and reimbursable by both Medicare and Private Insurance making it a viable option for most patients.