Accuracy in prostate care
KOELIS®, international leader in MRI/Ultrasound Prostate Fusion Biopsy has developed KOELIS Trinity®, a fully integrated mobile fusion imaging platform exclusively designed for personalized prostate care.
Uniquely equipped with 3D ultrasound probes and KOELIS® patented Organ-Based Tracking Fusion® technology, KOELIS Trinity® brings maximum accuracy and confidence in delineating and targeting prostate lesions.
Its automatic, sensor-less prostate motion tracking feature makes it not only trustworthy in mapping the prostate despite patient motion, but also easy to use and to maintain.
Available for transrectal and transperineal approach, inline with the latest international recommendations, Trinity also brings versatile 2D/3D features for everyday urological ultrasound
Compact all-in-one system made to fit your clinic
Mobile, ultrasound system integrated, and without any extra instrumentation, KOELIS Trinity® effectively incorporates into any clinical practice.
Accurate cartography made by 3D technologies
Clinical accuracy is at the heart of our technology. Our 3D transducers combined with exclusive OBT Fusion® technology detects the slightest patient movement and prostate deformation for an accurate guidance and recording of the procedure.
Intuitive interface made to focus on the essentials
KOELIS Trinity® innovative and intuitive interface elevates fusion biopsy to new levels of productivity by making exams faster and reliable.
All outcomes gathered in a all-in-one 3D Cartography
KOELIS®, the prostate care company, based on the value of 3D imaging and unique patient-tailored cartography, proposes new concepts and guidelines in prostate care management.
Trusted by Experts for clinical Excellence
Over 150,000 Easily integrated in routine clinical practice, KOELIS Trinity® supports both transrectal and transperineal sampling approaches even under local anesthesia.
Transperineal targeted prostate biopsy under Local Anesthesia – Dr. Baco
Transrectal Workflow by Dr. Peltier, Institut Bordet
Advantages of Transperineal Fusion Prostate Biopsy under Local Anaesthesia – Dr. Simon BOTT