Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a new, noninvasive, noncontact, transpupillary imaging technology which can image retinal structures in vivo with a resolution of 5 to 8 microns. Cross-sectional images of the retina are produced using the optical backscattering of light in a fashion analogous to B- scan ultrasonography and cofocal microscopy. Cross-sectional images of the retina, is revolutionizing the early detection and treatment and greatly enhanced our quality of patient care.
In vivo, cross-sectional images and quantitative analysis of retinal features to optimize the diagnosis and monitoring of retinal disease and for enhanced pre - and post-therapy assessment.
High-quality images and accurate measures RNFL and the optic nerve head to aid in the detection and management of glaucoma.
Cross-sectional images are valuable for clinical evaluation of macular holes, macular edema and other retinal pathologies.
Precise location of pathology to expand diagnostic confidence and therapeutic precision .
Modular design increases flexibility, reusability and maintainability. We can provide personalized design according to the customers' needs.
With the powerful software, has clear, easy-to-use interface and supports multi-language.
|purpose||Cross sectional imaging of the retina|
|Signal type||photon scattering from tissue|
|Light source||Super Luminescent diode ,830nm|
|Optical power||<0,75mW (on the cornea)|
|Axial resolution||5 μ m in tissue|
|Lateral resolution||10 μ m in tissue|
|Scan mode||Line, concentric ring, repeat, arbitrary-angle|
|Scan rate||29,000 A-scan/s|
|Acquisition time||58 pictures per second|
|Scan depth||2mm in tissue|
|purpose||Fundus observation and real-time registration of OCT imaging|
|Signal type||CCD imaging|
|Field angle||29” x 23”|
|Viewing method||19-inch Color Flat Panel Display|
|Internal fixation||LED dot matrix|
|External fixation||Adjustable blinking LED|
|Minimum pupil diameter||3,5mm|
Reunión virtual con el Dr. Julian Triviño (Colombia)