UBM and automatic STS measurement for ICL sizing
Compact Touch STS UBM™ delivers high resolution digital imaging. Quantel Medical's proprietary linear scanning and automotive technology allows for maximized perpendicular to tissues, throughout the examining field.
Quantel Medical's Compact Touch STS UBM™ is the diagnostic tool able for both glaucoma, post treatment evaluation and refractive surgery.
Work faster and smarter with this easy-to-transport ultrasound platform. Compact Touch STS UBM™ also offers an intuitive user interface accessible through a touch screen panel.
The Compact Touch STS UBMTM is the diagnostic tool able to qualify and quantify the angle closure in glaucoma patients.
It provides excellent viewing of the structures located behind the iris leading to a better understanding of the various causes of angle closure such as pupil block, iris plateau, tumors and cysts.
UBM examination assists the physician to make a more informed treatment plan.
For anterior chamber lOLs, Compact Touch STS UBM™ allows the viewing of the entire anterior chamber in one single scan.
The anatomy of the anterior chamber can be easily checked and the angle to angle measurement easily performed.
Consider the Compact Touch STS UBM ™ for sulcus to sulcus measurements prior to phakic IOL implantation.
The optional STS module allows an automatic measurement of the sulcus-to-sulcus, lens curvature and anterior chamber depth.
The Compact Touch STS UBM™'s user friendly software offers quick access to all functions thanks to easily identifiable icons.
Still images and video sequences can easily be reviewed in order to select the best scan.
The software includes an eye diagram allowing the user to document the probe orientation and accurately label echograms.
The structures adjacent to the probe are continuously displayed on the right hand side of the screen.
No more limitation of use related to sterility, comfort and safety, Compact Touch STS UBM™'s lightweight probe is compatible with the Clearscan® cover.
The patient can be examined in a seated position.
Lin 50 MHz Probe
UBM anterior segment
50 MHz probe reveals what you can not see with OCT alone, enabling the operator to visualize the structures located behind the iris such as ciliary bodies, the processes and lens zonules.
Linear scanning offers the greatest signal intensity, providing superior anterior chamber image quality as the probe is always perpendicular with the tissue interface of interest.
|Transducer frequency:||50 MHz||Focus:||9 to 11 mm
(0.35” to 0.43”)
|Linear transducer movement:||exploration width
16 mm (0.63”)
|Transducer frequency:||50 MHz|
|Linear transducer movement:||exploration width 16 mm (0.63”)|
|Focus:||9 to 11 mm (0.35” to 0.43”)|
|Axial resolution:||35 μm|
|Lateral resolution:||60 μm|
|Adjustable gain:||20 to 110 dB|
|Time Gain Control (TGC):||0 to -30 dB|
|Dynamic range adjustment:||from 20 to 90 dB|
|Back-lit LCD colour touch screen monitor|
|Definition:||1024 x 768 x 256 grey levels|
|Power supply:||100-240 Vac ± 10% single phase without earth|
|Power:||70 VA max|
|Overall dimensions:||37.5 cm (L) x 10 cm (l) x 27 cm (H)
14.76" (W) x 3.94" (D) x 10.63" (H)
|Dimensions de l'écran tactile :||21 cm (l) x 16 cm (H)
8.27" W) x 6.3" (H)
|Poids :||4,28 kg (9.26 lb)|
|Ports:||2 USB, 1 ethernet|
|Built-in physician and patient database
Exportation of still images and video sequences
Customizable digital and printed reports
Compatible with PC and USB video printers
Storage of still images and video sequences (up to 10 second duration) on hard disk
Image post-processing tools: calipers, areas, angles, markers, comments
19-20 Octubre 2018
Manta, Manabí, Ecuador
Bascom Palmer XXXX Inter-American Course in Clinical Ophthalmology,
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