Organ-Based Tracking Fusion® Technology

What is The OBT Fusion® Technology?

Unlike others technologies that track the movement of the probe (robotic technology or electromagnetic sensors), OBT Fusion® (Organ-Based Tracking Fusion®) tracks the movement of the prostate. TRUS/TRUS fusion performed
on each biopsy, allow to automatically identify and compensate movement and deformation of the prostate in just a few seconds providing 3 millimeters in accuracy.

Sensor & Stepper Free

By eliminating eletromagnetic sensors and prostate tracking the risk of error is reduced and acccuracy and reliability are maximized.

Automatic Adjustment

No adjustment or confirmation of the contour is needed during the workflow allowing you to stay focus on biopsy procedure.

Customers Testimonials

Dr Abreu,

USC Norris Cancer Center, USA

” The organ and needle tracking system is unique. It provides tracking the reality of the prostate and the needle, therefore showing the actual trajectory of the needle targeting. Also, the free-hands capability provides all possible degrees of freedom which is important for targeting any location in the prostate: anterior targets, extreme apex, extreme base, SV, lateral, medial, etc……

Dr Trinh,

Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA

“KOELIS Trinity™ is the only platform that combines ease of use, accuracy and ergonomics. Other platforms may meet one or two of these important aspects, but none can match the KOELIS platform on all three fronts “

Dr Kamoi

Japan

” In three years’ time with KOELIS Trinity® we have doubled our MR activity and have achieved high cancer detection rates, while decreasing the number of unnecessary biopsies and consequently the overall cost of Prostate Cancer diagnosis in our facility “

Dr Baco

Norway

“We have demonstrated high efficacy of MRI prostate combined with elastic MR-TRUS in the detection and characterization of index lesions, wherever they are located. Only a few biopsy cores are necessary to establish the right diagnosis. We use a 3-D registered biopsy locations for patient information and treatment recommendation. In patients selected for focal treatment, we use the spatial biopsy registration for treatment planning

Dr Olivares

Chile

 

” I performed the first Transperineal template fusion biopsy using KOELIS Trinity® with the recent release of an updated grid. The new grid is very easy to attach to the probe and is useful to avoid movements and the possibility of getting lost of the exact location of the needle tip. The software gives you accurate information after the fusion guiding the better way to reach the lesion. The patient evolved excellent, without pain or perineal discomfort. I think that in the near future more prostate Biopsy will be performed safer using transperineal approach, without the risk of infection “