Quickly visualize your patient's microvasculature with a non-invasive, dye-free technique that can be accomplished by your trained technician in a matter of seconds. With AngioVue, you can image your patients as often as needed to closely follow disease progression and treatment response. Unlike traditional invasive angiography approaches, there is no need for advance procedure scheduling because OCTA information is available as you perform the OCT scan.
AngioVue lets you see the retinal vessels in a whole new way. Three-dimensional images are separated into individual layers of retinal vasculature to show you an unprecedented level of detail and isolate areas of interest.1
1. Spaide RF, Klancnik Jr JM, Cooney, MJ. Retinal Vascular Layers Imaged by Fluorescein Angiography and Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography. JAMA Ophthalmol. 2015;133(1):45-50. Published online October 09, 2014.
The AngioVue system is available in two product configurations to meet the specific needs of your practice. AngioVue Retina is optimized for the retina practice and combines functional OCTA with the structural OCT scans the retina practice demands. The comprehensive AngioVue system includes OCTA capabilities and structural OCT for retina, optic nerve and anterior segment applications.
Trust the system that has been installed in more than 550 practice worldwide and featured in more than 90 peer-reviewed publications. Partner with a company committed to industry leading clinical education, technical support and product innovation.
The AngioVue Imaging System uses the proprietary SSADA algorithm to produce stunningly detailed images and to minimize scan acquisition time. Optovue's exclusive Motion Correction Technology (MCT™) reduces motion artifact to give you ultra-high resolution images, even in the choroid.
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"I have had patients in whom I suspected choroidal neovascularization, but where traditional OCT was not very diagnostic. The AngioVue Imaging System allowed me to definitively visualize these choroidal changes." David Boyer, MD, Retina-Vitreous Associates Medical Group
|OCT scanning speed||70,000 A-scans per second|
|Optical axial resolution||~5 microns (digital pixel sampling = 3 μm)|
|Optical transverse resolution||~15 microns|
|OCT axial imaging depth||2 to 3 mm (dependent on scan protocol)|
|AngioVue imaging volume||304 x 304 A-lines (2 repeats / B-scan)|
|Acquisition time per imaging volume||(209K / 70K) ~3 seconds|
|AngioVue imaging size (retina)||3x3, 6x6, 8x8 mm|
|AngioVue imaging size (optic disc)||3x3, 4.5 x 4.5 mm|
|Recommended Networking Specifications|
|Operating System||Windows 7, 8 and 10; 64-bit OS compatible|
|Processor Speed||3.0 GHz; Intel Quad core (desktop); Core 2 (laptop)|
|Network Bandwidth||1 Gbps or higher|
|Computer RAM||4 GB or higher|
|Monitor Resolution||1920 x 1080 at 32-bit color|