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Solix

Ultra High-Speed FullRange® OCT

  • Maximize Clinical Utility with Integrated Fundus Camera, External Photography and Evaluation of Meibomian Glands 
  • See Wide and Deep Images of the Retina, Choroid and Vitreous…Even in Highly Myopic Eyes
  • Capture the Entire Anterior Chamber in a Single Scan 
  • Assess Change in Glaucoma Patients with RNFL, GCC and Vessel Density Trend Analysis
  • Visualize and Quantify Vasculature of the Retina and Optic Disc Non-Invasively
Scan Speed120KA-Scan/Second
FullRange Retina16x6.25Millimeters
FullRange Anterior Chamber18x6.25Millimeters

The Future of OCT is FullRange

The Result of 27 Years of OCT Innovation 

Created by Optovue, the company that pioneered OCTA and the acknowledged leader in OCT innovation, SOLIX is a new class of OCT built upon 27 years of experience in OCT technology advancement. Solix takes OCT beyond the status quo with new capabilities, new visualizations and new applications that empower practitioners to identify and manage numerous pathologies from the front of the eye to the back.

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FullRange Field of View

SOLIX delivers pristine images of retinal structures with the 16mm x 6.25mm FullRange retina scan that enables confident diagnosis and management of retinal pathologies – even in highly myopic patients. FullRange anterior segment imaging captures the entire anterior chamber in a single scan for comprehensive assessment of cataract patients, refractive surgery candidates and glaucoma suspects. 

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FullRange of Clinical Applications 

SOLIX delivers multiple tools for a new generation of disease management that improves throughput and enables superior patient care: anterior and posterior OCT, OCT angiography, fundus photography, external color photography, evaluation of the meibomian glands of the upper and lower lids, Optovue-exclusive wellness protocols. 

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FullRange of Cutting-Edge Technologies 

Ultra-fast spectral-domain technology produces a wide and deep field of view that does not compromise image resolution. Multi-volume merge technology averages four scan volumes to deliver high-density images with pristine clarity. And 3D vessel rendering enables real-life visualization of retinal vasculature and vascular connectivity.

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Specifications
Images Courtesy of Adil El Maftouhi, OD, Centrerabelais, Lyon, France and Courtesy of Explore Vision Clinic, Paris, France
OCT Imaging | Retina:
Scan Speed 120,000
Axial Resolution 5µm (in tissue)
Lateral Resolution 15µm (in tissue)
Transverse Resolution 15µm (in tissue)
Scan Depth Up to 3mm (regular mode)
Up to 6.25mm (FullRange mode)
Scan Width 3mm - 16mm
Dioptric Range -15D to +15D
Pupil Size ≥2.0mm
OCTA Imaging:
Retina Scan Sizes 3x3mm, 6.4x6.4mm, 9x9mm, and 12x12mm
Disc Scan Size 6x6mm
AngioVue Montage Two 9x9mm scans, four 9x9mm scans
OCT Imaging | Anterior Segment:
Lateral Resolution 18μm (Regular CAM) (in tissue)
36μm (FullRange CAM) (in tissue)
Scan Depth Up to 3 mm (regular lens)
Up to 6.25mm (FullRange lens)
Scan Length 2mm - 18mm
Fundus Photography:
Resolution 5MP
Scan Mode Color, red-free*
Field of View 45° and 35° (small pupil mode)
Dioptric Range -35D to +30D
Pupil Size ≥ 4.0 mm; ≥ 3.3 mm (small pupil mode)
External Photography:
External Photograph Color (white light flash)
External Infra-Red (IR) Image IR (940nm illumination)
Electrical and Physical Specifications:
Weight 95 kg (210 lbs)
Instrument Dimensions 1072mm X 600mm x 610mm (W 39.4 x D 31.5 x H 59 inches)
Table Dimensions 952mm x 600mm x 913mm (W 36.2 x D 23.6 x H 35.9 inches)
Fixation External and 13-point internal
Electrical Rating AC 100V~240V
Computer / Networking Specifications:
Operating System Windows 10
CPU Intel Core i7-8700 processor or above
RAM 32GB DDR4 or more
Hard Drive Solid state drive 256GB for operating system
Main drive 4TB
Back-up drive 4TB
DICOM DICOM MWL, DICOM storage
Networking NetVue Pro Review Software
*Color image is processed and then displayed as a pseudo red-free image.
Resources

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Solix Brochure

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2019 Rome Symposium Presentation

Solix Glaucoma Applications:

Michel Puech, MD

2019 Rome Symposium Presentation

Solix Anterior Segment Applications:

Adil El Maftouhi, OD

2019 Rome Symposium Presentation

Solix Retina Applications:

Marco Rispoli, MD