The iVue OCT System is a powerful clinical tool that transforms the way you assess the retina, optic disc and the cornea. Quantify the thickness of the retina, nerve fiber layer, ganglion cell complex and the cornea. Track change and predict trends in RNFL and GCC thickness and precisely measure angles to aid in disease diagnosis. Streamline your specialty lens fits with a new view of the cornea and precision measurement tools.
Choose to combine the iVue OCT System with the iCam fundus camera, or get started with iVue alone and add the fundus camera at any time. The iVue and iFusion System offer your practice a flexible approach to OCT that can grow with your practice demands.
Take a new approach to protecting your patients' eye health with the iWellness Exam, available only from Optovue on the iVue and iScan systems. This quick and easy scan gives you an in-depth look at the health of your patient's retina and ganglion cell complex with robust normative comparison, to help you identify signs of disease before they may be noticeable on clinical exam. And because the iWellness scan is separate from the iVue medically-billable scans, it provides a new revenue stream for the practice.
Your technicians will appreciate iVue's familiar slit-lamp style operation and streamlined user interface that make scan acquisition quick and easy. When new technicians join the practice, they'll quickly master the iVue System with help from the Technician Training courses available from Optovue Academy online.
"Adding the iVue OCT to my clinic has been one of my best additions I've made to my practice. I had been looking for an OCT for several years that would do all of the clinical tests that I needed for my patients with ocular disease, offer a wellness exam, and fit my budget. This instrument fit the bill! In addition, it's very easy to use and has a small footprint. My patients have been very impressed by the technology and are thankful that I can make a diagnosis and establish a treatment plan in my office, rather than immediately referring them to another facility." Sandy Kaufman, OD
|OCT Image:||26,000 A-scan/second|
|Frame Rate:||256 to 1024 A-scan/Frame|
|Depth Resolution (in tissue):||5.0 μm|
|Traverse Resolution:||15 μm (retina)|
|Depth:||2 - 2.3mm (retina)|
|Scan Beam Wavelength:||λ=840 +/- 10nm|
|Exposure Power at pupil:||750 μW|
|OCT Fundus Image (En Face)|
|FOV:||21° (H) x 21° (V)|
|Minimum Pupil diameter:||2.5mm|
|External Image (Live IR) FOV:||13mm x 9mm|
|Working Distance:||22mm / 15mm|
|Motorized Focus Range:||-15D to +/- 12D|
|Dimensions mm(in):||Width (W): 486 (19.1)|
|Length (L):||874 (34.4)|
|Height (H):||669-870 (26.3~34.3)|