Tel: 1 (844) 426-6277 12569 Crenshaw Blvd
Fax: 1 (844) 426-6277 Hawthorne, CA 90250
Highest Published Sensitivity & Resolution
Approved for the EU
Node Seeker Gamma Probe
for Sentinel Lymph Node Detection
Watch the video below for an introduction to the Node Seeker and a side-by-side comparison to the Neoprobe:
Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy
Radioactive Seed Localization
New Tablet Features Catering to Surgeon's demands:
Save counts in real-time and view the battery life of the probe and control unit.
Node Seeker Gamma Probe
Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping System
Our gamma probes were compared to three other brands in the market and found to have the highest sensitivity.
Two times more than the Neoprobe!
The user friendly touch screen control tablet makes it easy for everyone in the OR to use.
All of our probes are Hydrogen Peroxide Sterilizable (H2O2). Certified by Sterrad and Sterris.
Intra-Operative devices designed for busy ORs
Since 1998 Nuclear Physics drive us to provide quality products
Intramedical Imaging develops, manufactures, and markets a series of molecular imaging instruments to detect cancer during surgery. Molecular imaging is the most sensitive method of identifying abnormal tissues. The widespread application of molecular imaging in the operating room started with the advent of the sentinel node mapping for the staging of melanoma and breast cancer. This technique is based on the injection of a radioactive tracer near the tumor site and identifying the sentinel lymph nodes using a gamma detection probe. These principles have been scaled into other applications including Radioactive Seed Localization, Radioguided Parathyroidectomy, and Tumor Localization.
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Tel: 1 (844) 426-6277 | Fax: 1 (844) 426-6277
12569 Crenshaw Blvd, Hawthorne CA 90250
Here are a few reviews from some of our top surgeons...
"I trialed the Neoprobe head to head with the the Node Seeker and without question sensitivity and resolution were far higher!"
Dr. Melvin J. Silverstein, MD
Hoag Hospital Newport Beach
I have collaborated with IMI since 2001 in the development and use of gamma probes in surgery..we have found [Node Seeker 2000] very easy for us and the OR staff to use. It is my personal favorite amongst the devices that are commercially available.
Dr. Richard Essner, MD
Providence Santa Monica