Novadaq, Arthrex to combine fluorescence imaging and 4K white-light endoscopy technologies

Fluorescence imaging solutions developer and provider Novadaq Technologies (Toronto, ON, Canada) has entered into a co-marketing agreement with medical device maker Arthrex (Naples, FL). The agreement between the two companies will involve developing an endoscopic system for a wide variety of surgical specialties, including orthopedic, general, colorectal, and gynecological surgeries. Novadaq's PINPOINT upgrade kit will facilitate integration of its SPY fluorescence imaging technology into Arthrex's Synergy system, combining clinically relevant fluorescence imaging experience with a 4K white-light endoscopic system.

Both companies will continue to sell their own standalone systems in addition to the combined systems. Arthrex will have the ability to include the PINPOINT upgrade kit in all new Synergy System purchases, as well as upgrade their existing installed base. Novadaq's sales team will continue to sell PINPOINT as a part of its fluorescence imaging ecosystem and will also supply the disposable kits required to perform SPY imaging procedures directly to those Arthrex customers that have purchased PINPOINT upgrade kits.

For more information, please visit www.novadaq.com and www.arthrex.com.

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