The Industry’s Best Technology
Superior technology drives FORE-SIGHT’s best-in-class accuracy and precision. First, FORE-SIGHT collects better data from the patient, then synthesizes that data through a complex algorithm no other tissue oximeter can match.
FORE‐SIGHT ELITE utilizes industry-best five wavelengths of light, and its superior sensor design allows the near-infrared light to penetrate up to 25 percent deeper than competitive devices.
FORE-SIGHT’s unique sensor design and extended emitter-detector spacing provides a depth-of-light penetration of 2.5 centimeters – a full half centimeter deeper than any other sensor. Studies have shown that as many as one third of adults have skin-to-grey matter distances greater than 2.0 centimeters. The limitations of NIRS technology are simple: If the signal cannot reach the brain, the device cannot monitor the brain. Are you willing to take the risk with up to a third of your patients?
However, deeper isn’t always better. It’s important to have the right depth of penetration for the patient. FORE-SIGHT ELITE’s suite of sensors are designed to accommodate the unique anatomy of the largest adults to the tiniest neonates – and everyone in between.
Alternative manufacturers may market pediatric versions of their device, but with the exact same emitter-detector spacing and the same depth of penetration as their adult sensor – aren’t they really all the same?
Know you have the right sensor for the right patient.
Learn more about FORE-SIGHT for pediatric and neonatal applications.
No need for a pre-induction baseline – the device’s patented algorithms calibrate on the patient to account for skin pigmentation and other tissue properties. FORE-SIGHT provides real‐time, absolute measurements on an easy‐to‐read display, eliminating the uncertainty of guesswork or interpretation. The absolute precision and accuracy of FORE-SIGHT technology allows clinicians to establish intervention thresholds to guide their clinical decision making similar to what they have grown accustomed to with pulse oximetry.
With the superior technology of FORE-SIGHT, anesthesiologists enjoy absolute readouts and the accompanying confidence of knowing surgical patients are being accurately monitored in real time, so that hypoxic events have the best chance of being detected and treated immediately.