Cision Luminary Program

Modernizing lymph node grossing without changing the workflow

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IRB Application

Submit our protocol to your local IRB or join our multi-center IRB through SMART IRB | National IRB Reliance Initiative.

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Data Collection

Complete data collection forms without deviating from regular workflow (spend less than 10 mins on each form, see examples below).

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Program Overview

Cision Luminary is a research-oriented program that we are offering to selected customers with limited availability. By following the simple steps that we outlined below, you can join our mission with other key opinion leaders in the field to shape the future of anatomical pathology.

Data Analysis

Analyze data together with KOL clinicians, biostatistician, health economists, and scientists from Cision.

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Become authors for multi-center landmark studies that will change the paradigm for anatomical pathology.

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Education and training

Explore comprehensive program services, training pathways, and technologies for surgeons and OR staff, including simulation for skills and procedures. Through professional education—practice and peer guidance—we invest in the people who bring da Vinci surgery to life.

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Support and analytics

Get in touch with support experts 24x7—even during surgery. In addition to technical support for your da Vinci systems, we can help streamline operations. Our analytics solutions may provide insights, showing where and how you could optimize your da Vinci program.

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Disclosures and important safety information

InVision is an FDA registered Class I medical device. It does not diagnose or recognize lymph nodes or any other anatomical structures. It is a phase-contrast microscope that provides contrast between different tissue types based on how they change the phases of light propagation. It does not diagnose or recognize lymph nodes for the users, and users ultimately make the final judgement on whether a specific piece of specimen contains lymph nodes or not. It is intended to be used by trained healthcare professionals in clinical environments and cannot be used at home.

InVision is also certified for IEC 61010-1:2010 (Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use) and IEC 61326-1:2012 (immunity and emissions regarding electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for electrical equipment, operating from a supply or battery of less than 1000 V a.c. or 1500 V d.c. or from the circuit being measured.) The users should follow InVision’s manual and instruction videos to operate the device. The user should not directly look at the illumination source in InVision with their eyes for an extended period of time to prevent any eye damage. Specimens should not be left on the imaging window for an extended period as extensive exposure to light can potentially dehydrates and damage the specimen.
For important safety information, please also refer to www.cisionvision/product. For a product’s intended use and/or indications for use, risks, full cautions and warnings, please refer to the associated User Manual(s).

Individual outcomes may depend on a number of factors, including but not limited to patient characteristics, disease characteristics, and/or user experience.

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