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Dr. Rojas employs VU-FLOW to help assess blood flow through porcine kidney vein at Synchrony Labs in Research Triangle Park, NC.

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future product lines

Current product – Mobile arm device operating from 1/2 meter distance

Current Product option – ceiling mount arm operating from 1/2 meter distance

Next Product in Development – rigid scope, minimally invasive surgery (MIS) mobile cart.

Future Products in Development:

  1. rigid scope for surgical robot (bolt on accessory)
  2. rigid scope (2 mm diameter) — brain flow monitoring (stroke patient in ICU)
  3. flexible scope (3.5 mm) — ceiling mount (many surgical therapies)
  4. flexible scope (3.5 mm) — surgical robot (colon cancer identification)
  5. flexible scope (3.5 mm) -MIS cart (colon cancer identification)
  6. flexible scope (3.5 mm) – surgical robot (pulmonary / lung lobe removal)
  7. flexible scope (3.5 mm) – MIS cart (pulmonary / lung lobe removal)
  8. turbulence viewer (1 – 4 inches away)
  9. diabetes viewer (direct contact)
  10. carotid viewer (direct contact)

global report (excerpt)

9.2.16 SCINOVIA

Scinovia Corp.

30 N Gould St. Ste 3761, Sheridan, WY 82801

Phone: 833-SCI-NOVIA      +1 -833-724-6684

Website: www.scinovia.com

OVERVIEW:

Scinovia are innovators who are passionate about developing advanced technologies to make people’s lives easy. The team consists of experienced professionals committed to bringing a higher standard to the medical field. Medical Advisory Board of the company features medical professionals from across the US. The board assists in guiding development efforts to ensure technologies deliver benefit to the medical community. Scinovia specializes in MedTech, imaging, predictive healthcare analytics, surgical QA tools for blood flow, flowmetry, artificial intelligence.

Scinovia developed its NOVIA platform to create several products that will disrupt the paradigm of decades-old modalities. The platform solves two challenges to faster adoption of blood flow measurement devices: 1) it is safer than toxic chemical injections, e.g., ICG fluorescence angiography and safer than pinching of fragile vessels, e.g., ultrasonic flow probes and 2) it provides better information because it reports “absolute” speeds over an area:

PRODUCT  PORTFOLIO:

Product Description
NOVIA Platform™  Non-contact blood flow measurement platform provides real-time blood flow imaging.
VU-FLOW™ mobile  Visualize  absolute  flow  speeds,  intraoperatively,  across  tissue  and vessels.

 Visualize live flow waveforms anywhere on the display.

 A mobile device that works 2 m (6 ft) from the subject and ½ m (19 in) above subject, outside the sterile zone.

 VU-FLOW™ ceiling mount Visualize absolute flow speeds, intraoperatively, across tissue and vessels.

Visualize live flow waveforms anywhere on display.

Articulating arm is suspended from the ceiling for high-frequency use. Measurements are made from ½ meter above subject, outside the sterile zone.

 Source: Company website

STRATEGIC  INITIATIVES:

Scinovia is currently developing potential distribution partnerships for global markets to install VU-FLOW™ where first adopters of Blood Flow measurement devices could skip invasive devices and go straight to Scinovia’s next-generation, non-contact, real-time device.

SCOT ANALYSIS: 

 Strengths Challenges
The company is developing products in Medtech, imaging, predictive healthcare analytics, surgical QA tools for blood flow, flowmetry, artificial intelligence. So there is diversity in products offering.

The company has a good research & development team.

Launch of innovative product: NOVIA Platform™

Fast FDA clearance due to predicate devices.

Weak geographical presence. Early stage of market entry
Opportunity  Threats
Development of innovative products.

Rise in demand for blood flow measuring devices.

High  citation  research  publications  based  on novel  visualization  of absolute speeds, simultaneously across both tissue and vessels.

Skilled professionals can improve surgical methods and reduce costly complications.

Competition with established players.

 Source: Inkwood Analysis
https://www.inkwoodresearch.com/reports/blood-flow-measurement-device-market/

tech history

Blood Flow Measurement Tools

2019
March 12

VU-FLOW: non-contact, actual speeds, real-time

VU-FLOW: non-contact, actual speeds, real-time
Jun 2019 (FDA Class I Exempt)
2006
January 1

camera, lights, & computer vision, but arbitrary speeds

camera, lights, & computer vision, but arbitrary speeds
Feb 2006 (SPIE)
1962
October 25

Estimation of hepatic blood flow with Indocyanine green (ICG)

Estimation of hepatic blood flow with Indocyanine green (ICG)
Jan 1962 (NIH)
March 12

Pulsed Ultrasonic Transit Time Flowmeter (TTFM)

Pulsed Ultrasonic Transit Time Flowmeter (TTFM)
Jan 1962 (IEEE)

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