ArcScan Insight® 100 System

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ArcScan Insight® 100 System

     

 

ArcScan Insight® 100: Evolving Ultrasound for Corneal Refractive and Cataract Surgery.

 

The ArcScan Insight® 100 System provides a complete visualization of the true anatomy of the entire anterior segment, including areas behind the iris. It enables precision analysis with repeatable and reproducible data.

Category :Anterior Segment Analyzer
Brand :ArcScan

FEATURES

The ArcScan Insight® 100 scanner is a precision high frequency ultrasound device for imaging and biometry of the eye. It uses core proprietary technology that originally developed in cooperation with Columbia/Weill University. A mechanically controlled 50 MHz transducer scans the eye in an arc shaped motion whereby its curvature approximates the anterior ocular surface.

During this process the device produces images with 1 micron resolution of the cornea or the anterior segment. In addition, measurements can also be made of the anatomic structures comprising the anterior of the eye such as anterior chamber depth, angle-to-angle width, and sulcus-to-sulcus width, and pathologic structures, such as solid masses and cysts.

Designed for functional efficiency and ease of use, the system is comprised of four main components: the ArcScan Insight® 100 Scanner, the Insight software package, the fluidics module and the electronics unit.

 

Anterior Segment imaging and biometry

ANTERIOR SEGMENT IMAGING IS USED FOR:

Biometry for lens replacement including sulcus to sulcus distance (for posterior chamber IOL) or angle-to-angle distance (for anterior chamber IOL)

Assessment of pathology

In anterior segment imaging mode, the scan radius is set to 12 mm during setup and the focal plane is set on the ciliary body.

 

Capsule Imaging

CAPSULE IMAGING MODE IS USED FOR:

Biometry for pre-op and post-op lens replacement including sulcus to sulcus distance, angle-to-angle distance, anterior chamber depth, capsule thickness, anterior capsule curvature, posterior capsule curvature, capsule diameter, and capsule volume

Assessment of pathology

 

Cornea imaging and biometry

CORNEAL IMAGING IS USED FOR:

Pre-LASIK biometry

Early detection of Keratoconus

Evaluation of corneal scars

Post-LASIK biometry

The Corneal Imaging mode uses an arc radius of 8-9 mm to match the cornea’s radius of curvature. The scan area is set to image the entire cornea using four equally spaced meridians.

 

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