ActivSight for intestinal or gallbladder surgery
Protocol: STUDY00004718
Full Title
Safety and Feasibility of ActivSight Laser Speckle Imaging in Visualization of Tissue Perfusion and Critical Structures in Humans
This study enrolls people who will be having intestinal or gallbladder surgery. We want to see if a technology called ActivSight helps safely identify and visualize bile ducts, blood vessels, blood flow and the health of tissue during surgery without using fluorescent dye.

We expect that you will be in this research study for about a month after your surgery. During your surgery, your surgeon will turn on the ActivSight device, which attaches to their laparoscopic camera and will not touch your body. There will not be any change to the care your surgeon would normally provide before, during and after your procedure. You will have one follow up visit with your surgeon about am month after your surgery. Study takes place at Kaleida Health and ECMC facilities in Buffalo, NY.

Technical Description

(CSR 200755378190) This is a feasibility study designed to evaluate safety and feasibility of ActivSightTM in intestinal anastomoses and cholecystectomy. Safety of ActivSightTM will be determined through clinical assessments and evaluation of any adverse event. Feasibility of ActivSightTM will be determined through technically successful completion of intended visualization. Assessment of prelimin
Compensation: No
Adults ages 18+
Will be having surgery to remove a part of your intestine or your gallbladder (aka laparoscopic or robot assisted intestinal anastomoses or laparoscopic cholecystectomy).
Age Group: Adults
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