A breakthrough advancement in tissue

oxygenation and perfusion imaging

 

 

We are excited to introduce the KD203, the newest advancement in tissue oxygenation and perfusion imaging. The low cost and easy to use imaging device is completely non-invasive, eliminating the need for contact or the injected dyes required by other technologies. Instantly capture diagnostic insight into the availability of oxygenated blood in tissue. Providing improved decision making throughout the dynamic treatment pathway – before, during and after wound or surgical care.

Using the Kent device, we can quantify perfusion directly by determining the ratio of oxygenated to deoxygenated hemoglobin. Furthermore, because the data can be collected in less than a second, the device can help to quantify the effect of our treatments, and allow us to easily monitor the patient’s condition on a regular basis.
Dr. Adam Landsman, DPM, PhD, Chief of Division of Podiatric Surgery at the Cambridge Health Alliance (Harvard Medical School) -

Clinical Results

 

Browse the many scientifically peer reviewed articles and case studies on Kent’s multispectral imaging device. Clinical research and the validation of Kent’s technology are key to understanding the importance of the KD203 throughout the healthcare industry.

 

Based in science, driven by need.

Kent Imaging’s KD203 provides clear insight

into wound and surgical care.

Product

Introducing the KD203

  • Instant Oxygen Saturation Values
  • Non-Invasive, No Injectable Dyes
  • Ease-of-Use with Minimum Training
  • Low Cost & No Disposables
  • Lightweight Handheld Device
  • Accurate, Unlimited Imaging
  • Touch Screen with 8+ hr Battery

Applications

Multi-Use Imaging Solution

  • Chronic Wound
  • Burn Management
  • Reconstructive Surgery
    • Breast
    • Bowel
  • Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
  • Amputation Assessment

Technology

Revolutionary Multispectral Imaging

  • FDA Cleared Device
  • Licensed by Health Canada
  • ISO 13485 Certification
  • Proprietary & Patented Technology
  • Near Inferred (NIR) Imaging
  • StO2 Oxygenation Values