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Lazurite (formerly Indago) announced today that it has submitted a 510(k) premarket notification to the FDA for its ArthroFree system.

Cleveland-based Lazurite designed its ArthroFree wireless camera system for minimally invasive surgery and expects it to become the first completely wireless, minimally invasive FDA-cleared camera system for the ward. of operation.

The ArthoFree platform integrates Lazurite’s proprietary low-heat, high-intensity Meridiem light engine technology with advanced camera, battery and wireless transmission technologies, according to a press release.

Lazurite aims for the system to improve OR productivity, patient safety and economic value. It offers cost savings, energy efficiency, reduced installation/downtime and full compatibility with current OR technology.

“This FDA submission marks an important milestone in our commitment to bringing an advanced wireless surgical camera to market,” Lazurite CEO and co-founder Eugene Malinskiy said in the press release. “In the nearly 50 years since the introduction of the first fiber optic oscilloscope, the industry has seen only a slow evolution in image quality, monitors and usability.

“The ArthroFree system is designed to detach the camera from the surgical tower, which should make it safer and easier to use, while reducing set-up and OR turnaround times and providing light and exceptional image quality during minimally invasive surgery.”


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