Optos Monaco Ultra WideField Retina Imaging

$13,000.00

Optos Monaco Ultra WideField Retina Imaging is the sole UWF imaging device having an integrated OCT to help eye care professionals enhance their clinical examination and enhance practice economics. Imaging modalities and picture viewing options are detailed below.

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Optos Monaco Ultra WideField Retina Imaging is the sole UWF imaging device having an integrated OCT to help eye care professionals enhance their clinical examination and enhance practice economics. Imaging modalities and picture viewing options are detailed below.

The sole ultra-widefield retinal imaging device with integrated OCT, Monaco produces a 200° single-capture optomap image in less than 1/2 second and provides cross-sectional 40° OCT perspectives of retinal structures.

Monaco is a streamlined desktop UWF retinal imaging apparatus, which provides greater imaging performance, according to a company press release.

The unit is the organization’s first combined imaging device with ultra-widefield color imaging, 3-in-1 color depth imaging and autofluorescence modalities paired using OCT..

Optos, long known for its dominance in ultra-widefield imaging, announced today it is bringing spectral-domain OCT capacities to its Monaco desktop imaging device for eye care practices.

In its tomographic imaging manner, Monaco supplies cross-sectional 40° views of retinal structures in 70,000 scans per second with axial resolution beneath 10µm, the company says.

Based on the firm, Monaco is your very first ultra-widefield imager additionally to perform OCT scanning. The accession of OCT”offers a broader collection of imaging tools within 1 machine,” the firm said in a press release,”enabling eye care practitioners to treat and see retinal pathology earlier and more efficiently.”

Image Modalities

  • Color
  • Red-free
  • Choroidal
  • Autofluorescence
  • OCT

Image Views

  • Standard:  200⁰ Single Capture
  • Auto-montage:  Up to 220⁰
  • Central Pole:  Detailed view of the macula
  • Stereo: Image pairing for optic disc and retinal evaluation
  • OCT: Cross-sectional imaging of ocular structures, including the fundus

Monaco offers the following benefits:

• UWF with integrated OCT saves time, space and minimizes patient movement
• Central pole OCT provides comprehensive multi-modal imaging
• optomap images and OCT scans are correlated to facilitate pathology examination
• Color, AF, and OCT images are shown in a single, comprehensive view

Optos Monaco Features and Benefits

• UWF with integrated OCT saves time, space and minimizes patient movement.
• High resolution 200º single-capture optomap images improve pathology detection and management frommacula through  the far periphery.
• Non-mydriatic, cSlO imaging through most cataracts and small pupils (2 mm).
• 3-in-1 Color Depth ImagingTM provides important clinical data from the retinal surface through the choroid.
• Green laser autofluorescence minimizes patient exposure to blue light and shows macula and optic nerve head detail.
• Central pole OCT provides comprehensive multi-modal imaging.
• optomap images and OCT scans are correlated to facilitate pathology examination.
• Color, AF, and OCT images are shown in a single, comprehensive view.
• Fast, comfortable image acquisition is easier on patients and improves clinic flow.
• OptosAdvance Image Management facilitates image review and consultations and includes measurement and auto montage capabilities.

Technical Specifications

Image Modalities optomap color and optomap plus (red and green laser):
Color composite view
Green laser view
Red laser view
optomap af (green laser): autofluorescence
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
Resolution optomap color: 20 μm
optomap plusaf : 14 μm
Wavelengths Red laser: 635 nm
green laser: 532 nm (for af )
Exposure Time Less than 0.4 seconds
Tomographic Imaging Signal Type: Optical scattering from tissue
Signal Source: Super luminescent Diode (SlD) 830 nm
Optical Power: laser safety Class-1 following IEC/en60825-1:2014
Typical Axial Resolution: <10 micron (in tissue) Digital on-screen <6 micron
Transverse Resolution: 20 micron (in tissue)
Scanners: Galavanometric with x, y mirrors
Scan Depth: Up to 2.5mm
OCT Scan Characteristics Spectral Domain OCT
A-Scan rate up to 70k cycles/s
Active eye tracking
Automatic scan positioning
OCT Scan Types Line Scan
Raster Scan
Retina Topography Scan
Optic nerve Head (OnH) Topography Scan
Retinal nerve Fiber layer (RnFl) Scan
Footprint Width: 550 mm/22 inches
Depth: 500 mm/19.5 inches
Height: 650 mm/25.5 inches

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