|A Scan Rate
|Anterior Segment Adapter and Web Viewer
|Min Pupil Diameter
|Light Source Wavelength
|3D Acquisition Time
|1.4s (Fastest Mode) A512 and B96
|330 X 542 X 521 mm
|100000 A-Scans Per Second
|Color, FA, FAF, Red-Free and IR
|Internal Fixation and Eternal Fixation Target
|Minimum Pupil Diameter
|Scan Pattern 3D Macula
|7 X 7 mm
|Scan Pattern 3D Optic
|6 X 6 mm
|Field of View
|45/30 Degree (Digital Zoom)
|Scan Pattern 3D Wide
|12 X 9 mm
Improve workflow efficiency and the patient experience with fewer rescans and multimodal imaging.
Visualize the deepest layers of the eye—even through cataracts, hemorrhages,
gas bubbles and other media opacities.
Swept-source technology incorporates a fast kHz scanning speed and dense data set to generate strikingly clear, detailed images.
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is an advanced medical imaging technique that allows for high-resolution, non-invasive imaging of biological tissues. It has revolutionized ophthalmology and is widely used in various medical fields for diagnostic and research purposes. OCT provides detailed cross-sectional images of biological structures with exceptional clarity, enabling healthcare professionals to visualize and analyze tissues at a microscopic level.
Beyond ophthalmology, OCT has also been adopted in other medical specialties. In cardiology, OCT enables high-resolution imaging of coronary arteries, aiding in the diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases and guiding interventions such as stent placement.