Dilon Technologies offers a

large portfolio of
medical technology

to anticipate and fulfill the needs of
the healthcare industry worldwide.

+
Years in medical devices
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Millions of Lives Improved
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Countries Worldwide

About Dilon
Technologies® Inc.

Dilon Technologies® Inc., a medical device manufacturer based in Newport News, Virginia, strives to improve the quality of life by providing a wide range of innovative medical solutions that benefit patients around the world. Dilon has a strong medical device portfolio; the Navigator System, a trusted brand and world-renowned surgical gamma probe for radio-guided lymphatic mapping and tumor localization, the MarginProbe, a ground breaking technology for accurate margin assessment in breast cancer surgery, and the CoPilot, an innovative, portable, and easy to use video laryngoscope.

IMPACT Lourdes awards grant for MarginProbe

IMPACT Lourdes members voted to award $30,000 to purchase the MarginProbe system, equipment that assists in detecting cancerous breast tissue.

CoPilot VL+ Video Laryngoscopy System COVID-19 RESPONSE

Dilon Technologies’ CoPilot VL+ video laryngoscopy system provides an excellent tool for intubating patients, especially those with suspected Covid-19 Coronavirus.

Dilon Technologies® Inc. acquires the DuneMedical’s MarginProbe®

As a global provider of breast cancer solutions, Dilon’s Navigator® Gamma Probes are used for radio-guided lymphatic mapping and tumor localization world-wide

Director of Breast Surgery at NAPBC Accredited Facility Realizes Clinical Value of MarginProbe® in Very First Case

“I’ve only been utilizing MarginProbe for a few weeks, and it identified a positive margin that would have been missed, in my first surgery,” stated Dr. Naik. “This enabled me to shave some additional tissue right in the OR, preventing this patient from a  second surgery and the anxiety that goes along with that. “It was an awesome feeling. You really cannot ask for more from the very first case.”

Surgeon Explains How MarginProbe® Protects Cosmetic Outcomes While Preventing Re-excision in Breast Conserving Surgery

“I always knew I wanted to be a surgeon because of the satisfaction that comes with helping others, and the immediate gratification of seeing the problem go away,” Dr. Kerry-Ann McDonald explained. “I specifically chose breast cancer surgery because it’s a field where there’s strong continuity of care.”

Surgeon Explains the Importance of Preserving the Breast During Cancer Treatment through Education, the Latest Technology—and an Artistic Touch

Dr. Elizabeth Revesz has a unique background as an artist and sculptor. She was able to translate her precision, and her ability to see things in three dimensions, into a highly successful career in medicine.

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