ePlasty: Vol. 14
Comparing Quantitative Values of Two Generations of Laser-Assisted Indocyanine Green Dye Angiography Systems: Can We Predict Necrosis?
Brett T. Phillips, MD, MBA,a Mitchell S. Fourman, MD, MPhil,b Andrew Rivara, BS,c Alexander B. Dagum, MD,d Tara L. Huston, MD,d Jason C. Ganz, MD,d Duc T. Bui, MD,d and Sami U. Khan, MDd

aDivision of Plastic, Maxillofacial, & Oral Surgery, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC; bDepartment of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA; cStony Brook University School of Medicine, Stony Brook, NY; and dStony Brook University Medical Center, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Correspondence: brett.phillips@duke.edu
Keywords: breast reconstruction, indocyanine green dye, mastectomy skin flap necrosis, quantitative perfusion values, SPY

Objective: Several devices exist today to assist the intraoperative determination of skin flap perfusion. Laser-Assisted Indocyanine Green Dye Angiography (LAICGA) has been shown to accurately predict mastectomy skin flap necrosis using quantitative perfusion values. The laser properties of the latest LAICGA device (SPY Elite) .......