DRS (Digital Retinography System)

DRS is the easiest non-mydriatic, digital retinal imager in the market.

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DRS (Digital Retinography System)

DRS is the easiest non-mydriatic, digital retinal imager in the market.

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Thanks to its fully automated operation, DRS requires minimal operator training. Its compact, ergonomic design and low power flash help ensure patient comfort. DRS is conceived to maximize patients flow work and it is entirely operated through its intuitive touch-screen interface. It supports single -or multi- field acquisition protocols, providing seven different 45° fields. It can be used both for screening and diagnosis.

Key Features

  • Extreme ease of use: patient auto-sensing, auto-alignement, auto-focus
  • Auto flash adjustment, auto-capture
  • Compact & clean design
  • Short exam time: captures both eyes in 1′ (single field)
  • High quality images
  • Minimal training required
  • No additional PC required
  • Touch-screen operation
  • Internet-native

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Benefits of DRS:

  • Extreme ease of use: patient auto-sensing, auto-alignment, auto-focus, auto flash adjustment, auto-capture
  • Short exam time: captures both eyes in 1 min (single field)
  • High quality images
  • Minimal training required
  • Compact & clean design
  • No additional PC required
  • Touch-screen operation
  • View images from any PC or tablet
  • Internet-connected
  • Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity
  • Cloud backup available
  • Export to USB and remote folder (for import into EMR), DICOM, JPG, PDF

 

EKN is a service from CenterVue that can be provided in two different solutions:
  • EKN Cloud: DRS data are encrypted and transferred into the cloud for backup purposes and can be viewed using the Internet browser.
  • EKN Telemedicine: EKN Cloud + Remote Assessment: Eye care practitioners can assess uploaded retinal images, then create and upload reports describing clinical conditions.

Technical Specifications

Retinal Imaging
Field of view 45° x 40°
Non mydriatic operation (4.0 mm minimum pupil size)
Fixation target 7 internal LEDs
Operating distance 37 mm
Sensor size 5 MPixel (2592×1944)
Sensor resolution 48 pixels/deg

 

Dimensions
Weight 19 Kg (42 lbs)
Size 58 x 55 x 33 cm (23’ x 22’ x 13’)

 

Other Features
Power cord, spare fuses, dust cover

 

Other Features
Patient presence sensor
Motorized chin-rest
Automatic alignment using two pupil cameras
Auto-focus (adjustment range -15D to +15D)
Auto-flash level adjustment
Low power flash
10.4” touch-screen color display
Embedded PC (160 GB hard disk)
Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity
Export to remote folder (for import into EMR)
Multiple fields acquisition
Stereo Pair
External Ey
Dr. Jorges Cuadros, Director of Clinical Informatics Research at University of California, Barkeley, talks about his experience using the DRS, showing enthusiasm for its ease of use, tjat makes it great for screening activities.
DRS is a fully automated retinal camera. With a single touch on the screen, it takes the picture of the retina by itself and it is extremely easy to review the images on a remote PC. It is easily connected to Telemedicine Platforms.
Dr. Kaushal, MD, co-director of Institute for Retinal and Macular disease, presents his experience in community outreach with the DRS Retinal Imaging System and how it helps to provide a better service to the patients.

Documents

DRS_Brochure_US  Download

DRS Brochure Download

DRS image_gallery Download

DRS Declaration of conformity Download