The Next Generation Colposcope with an Advanced Cervical Scan

DYSISmap is an adjunctive technology to assist colposcopy

The DYSIS Colposcope is a high resolution digital colposcope with an adjunctive map. The DYSISmap is generated by a proprietary technology that measures the aceto-whitening reaction and summarises it in the form of an intuitive map. The DYSISmap is overlaid on the live image of the cervix to help with the identification of the most relevant biopsy sites.

Testimonials

Women’s Care Florida adopted a DYSIS Colposcope to improve their standard of care. Dr Kapitz tells us how it has improved cervical…
Dr KapitzWomen's Care FloridaPlay Video  Dr Kapitz

Testimonials

Donovan Miske tells us how the DYSIS Colposcope has increased the level of care across all 3 of the practice locations.
Donovan Miske – Practice ManagerFlint OB/GYN (Flint, MI)Play Video  onovan Miske – Practice Manager

Testimonials

Dr Fellenbaum tells us how the DYSIS Colposcope has helped to offer his patient's the best care possible.
Dr Theodore FellenbaumFlint OBGYNPlay Video  Dr Theodore Fellenbaum

Visualise

DYSIS is a colposcope and offers all the standard features you would expect of a premium instrument. A high resolution view of the cervix is presented on the touch-screen monitor. The image can be magnified and blue or green filters can be applied. Additionally, DYSIS has a High Contrast mode that is particularly useful to help with the identification of abnormal blood vessels or other morphological features.

Standardise

During colposcopy with DYSIS, the aceto-whitening process is captured in a series of digital images. The entire set of images is stored in the on-board patient database creating an accurate and standardised documentation set that can be reviewed at any time in the future.

Quantify

The unique feature of the DYSIS Colposcope is that it accurately measures the reaction of the cervical epithelium using a proprietary technology called Dynamic Spectral Imaging. The results are summarised in the DYSISmap that is overlaid on the live image of the cervix. The inclusion of the DYSISmap information with the standard colposcopic indications can assist with the identification of cervical disease.