OnLume Brings Fluorescence Image-Guided Surgery out of the Dark.

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Performs well in ambient light.

Our Novel Approach Provides Excellent Image Quality With Low Fluorescent Dye Concentrations in Well-Lit Operating Rooms.

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Low Latency.

Latency so low, it almost feels like real-time.

High Resolution Imaging Assures Precision

The OnLume Imaging System Delivers Crystal-clear, High-resolution Imaging That Enhances Surgical Precision and Confidence.

Beneath the surface

Visualizes Below The Surface

Unlike Conventional FGS Systems, the OnLume Imaging System Can Even See Fluoresced Tissue Below the Surface of the Operating Field.

Ergonomically Designed For Best Experience

The OIS's Articulating Imaging Head and Flat Screen Monitors Can be Custom-Deployed for Optimum Performance Based on Individual Surgeon's Preferences and O.R. Dynamics.

IN THE BEGINNING

We’re Proud of Our Academic Roots.

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CAREERS

We’re Hiring.

OnLume is Moving Boldly Out of Start-up Phase and Gearing up for Success in the Real World. We Need Smart, Talented, Passionate People to Join Our Team as we Solve Multidisciplinary Problems in a High-paced, Complex Environment.

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RESEARCH

Top Research Universities Studying Luminary Science Are Achieving Remarkable Results Utilizing OnLume Technology.

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COLLABORATION

We’re Looking for Partners Who Want to Change the World.

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"The field of fluorescence guided surgery is in its early growth stages but is poised for massive expansion in the years ahead, and OnLume has created enabling technology to advance its performance and utility."


Adam Uselmann, CTO/President/Co-Founder
OnLume Surgical

“OnLume’s image quality in ambient O.R. lighting conditions and the ergonomic use of the system are the main drivers for clinical adoption as they provide major benefits on surgical workflow, reduced procedure time and procedure cost.”


Dr. Samuel Poore, MD PhD
President - Midwest Association of Plastic Surgeons
Chief of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery - Middleton Veterans Memorial Hospital
Director of Surgical Services Laboratory - University of Wisconsin

“As surgeons, we rely on our experience to identify nerves, but they can often be indistinguishable from adjacent non-nerve tissue. Our study aims to demonstrate improvement of surgical precision by making nerves 'glow' with fluorescence. We are pleased to incorporate OnLume’s advanced fluorescence visualization technology into this clinical trial.”


Dr. Quyen Nguyen, MD PhD
Professor of Surgery - Otolaryngology, UC-San Diego
CEO and Founder - Alume Biosciences Inc.


NEWS

OnLume Surgical Completes $7M Series A Financing to Support Commercial Launch of Novel Fluorescence Image-Guided Surgery System

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