For almost 5 years, Epica International has been working with a multi-disciplinary team of top surgeons, imaging and robotic technologists to develop and launch the highest resolution mobile multi-modality robotic imaging platform available. Our hybrid imaging platform is diagnostic (in soft and hard tissue), interventional and intraoperative. Our imaging and surgical assist robotic platforms offer superior image resolution and precision at less cost than conventional multi-slice CT systems and disassociated surgical robots.
What started as a multidisciplinary team focused on the development of an alternative to the shortcomings of conventional CT imaging led to the development of a non-interpolated diagnostic and intraoperative imaging platform capable of identifying sub 1mm lesions and anatomies as small as the vasculature of a hummingbird with less radiation dose and cost, has evolved into 28 issued patents, 47 pending patents, 225 imaging platforms sold, and now our first human medical imaging platform (FDA 510k and CE pending). Further, we have mechanically linked our medical imaging platform and proprietary surgical assist robot providing the surgeon with an ability to see more and operate with greater therapeutic precision.
The future of medicine—the integration of non-contact imaging (CT) and physician assisting robotics.
Epica, the Robotic CT Company.
Celebrating Epica Customer
Epica™ delivers diagnostic and intraoperative imaging products that improve quality of care, patient and staff safety, efficiency, and expand practice capabilities and profitability. We are pleased to highlight the experience of new customers doing extraordinary things, with their new and innovative Epica Vimago™ imaging platforms.
More than 250 Practices and Counting have made Epica™ HDVI the new standard.
It’s time to take your practice to a third dimension!
Feline | Domestic Shorthair | 15 years | Neutered, Male | 9 lbs
The patient was evaluated by the emergency department due to hematuria, one episode of vomiting, and one week of anorexia. The treating veterinarian utilized Epica’s Vimago™ HDVI Platform to provide a CT scan with IV contrast and acquire a highly detailed examination of the cat’s thorax and abdomen.