Optos

  • Optos 200Tx
    optos 200 txOptos introduced ultra-widefield retinal imaging to support practitioners diagnosing, analyzing, documenting and monitoring ocular pathology that may first present in the periphery, and otherwise may go undetected using traditional examination techniques and equipment. The 200Tx device, offers multiple wavelength imaging, including options for color, red-free, fluorescence angiography and autofluorescence. With simultaneous non-contact pole-to-periphery views of more than 80% or 200 degrees of the retina in a single capture, the 200Tx helps clinicians discover more evidence of disease and guide their treatment decisions. The 200Tx is a versatile instrument which allows the practitioner to use ultra-widefield digital retinal imaging with captures such as:
    200tx optomap optomap optomap is implemented as a screening tool for the early detection of disease in the posterior segment of the eye in the context of preventative medicine and eye health and wellness
    200Tx fa optomap fa optomap fa supports ultra-high resolution, ultra-widefield angiographic retinal analysis captured via a non-contact, non-montage and simplified acquisition process
    optomap af optomap af optomap af provides an ultra-widefield retinal autofluorescence image using fundus autofluorescence with a green laser
  • Optos CaliforniaOptos California
    With California, Optos has incorporated  new hardware and software technology enabling practitioners  to see more, discover more and effectively treat more ocular pathology thus promoting patient health.  We are committed to further strengthening our clinical evidence while demonstrating the importance of imaging the entire retina. We have created three versions of California to be customizable for use in multiple eyecare settings. California includes a new UWF optomap imaging modality; Indocyanine Green angiography (icg) while retaining:
    • Composite color
    • Red-free
    • Autofluorescence (af)
    • Fluorescein angiography (fa)
    Images are now presented in ProView which displays optomap in a consistent geometry that accurately represents anatomical features in the retina. Further, ProView enables automatic image registration for disease tracking over time, and inter-modality image comparison. New proprietary optical hardware optimizes and maintains resolution of the optomapimages throughout the scan of the retina resulting in more clarity in the far periphery. Image overlay enables comparison between composite color images and red-free, affa, or icg images.  Additionally, comparisons can be made between different images or different dates by scrolling through all stored images.
  • Our cutting edge retinal imaging technology is customized to fit the needs of your practice. The next generation of Optos technology, Daytona has been scaled to accommodate smaller office spaces while providing ultra-high resolution imaging, and adding ultra-widefield autofluorescence capabilities. Features:
    • Non-mydriatic ultra-high resolution images in under a second, through 2 mm pupils and many cataracts
    • Red and green lasers; each wavelength provides information for interpretation and diagnosis. Channels can be viewed separately:
      • Green (532 nm) “red-free” visualizes the sensory retina to the RPE
      • Red (635 nm) shows deeper structures of the retina (RPE to Choroid)
    • Ultra-widefield autofluorescence imaging with green laser light displays lipofuscin in the RPE
    • Images are available immediately and stored electronically for future comparison or telehealth applications
    • Innovative software tools enhance image evaluation
    • DICOM compatible
  • Optos 200Dx
    200Dx 200Dx is a widefield digital imaging device capable of capturing from the far periphery of the retina. The retinal images are captured in an automated, patient friendly way without scleral depression or contact with the cornea. The 200Dx/P200 uses red and green lasers to produce a digital, high-resolution image, which is displayed on a PC monitor screen. Red and green lasers are used for digital color imaging. These laser wavelengths penetrate the retinal structures to different depths, each wavelength providing information for interpretation and diagnosis. Optos’ technology is designed to operate through a minimum pupil diameter of 2mm. Although pupil dilation is not required, the decision to dilate is a medical decision to be made by the eye care professional. Images are captured on the scan head and then viewed, magnified, annotated and separated into their color components in the review application.