Instrument Depth Tracking for OCT-Guided Procedures

This system integrates with a surgical OCT system, and by utilizing that OCT data, it determines relative positions of surgical instruments and tissues of interest to enable real-time feedback for the operator. The system provides quantitative feedback for proximity and depth information to the operator about the instruments they are using relative to a given target. This proximity information could be provided to the operator in numerous formats, some of which include visual, auditory, and tactile feedback. Part of the intraoperative OCT platform being developed at Cleveland Clinic. Torey Hovest 216-445-5431

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