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HF35-50 High Frequency Ultrasound system

ProductsHF35-50 High Frequency Ultrasound system
Company OTI Ophthalmic Technologies Inc.
Item HF35-50 High Frequency Ultrasound system
Features 
  • Compact, lightweight inter-changeable 20 MHz, 35 MHz or 50 MHz probes
  • Digital Dynamic Movie Recording
  • Wide scanning field allows for capture of entire anterior segment
  • Post-processing adjustment of Gain, TGC and Contrast
  • Measurements of: Angle-to-Angle, Sulcus-to Sulcus, Angle in Degrees, Corneal, Thickness, Anterior Chamber Depth, Lens Thickness and Scleral Thickness
  • Patient Data including: Archiving of Exam Movies, Snapshots, Measurement
  • Printing, Management and Template Based Reporting
  • Measurements related to new phakic IOLs and other refraction-related implants
  • Scanning rate of 12 f/p/s
  • Uses the latest digital imaging technology
  • Compatible with Inkjet and Laser printers
  • Upgrades via CD or internet
  • Offered as Stand Alone Unit or as a Combo System paired with the OTI-Scan AB + 3D Scan
  • Most attractive price of all UBM systems
  • Easy to use
  • Description The new HF35-50 High Frequency Ultrasound system is the most advanced and versatile high resolution, high frequency system available. The HF35-50 allows users to perform high frequency ultrasound biomicroscopy of the anterior segment with 35MHz or 50MHz probes or high resolution posterior segment ultrasound with a 20 MHz sealed B-probe.

    The Macintosh computer provides for image display and storage and hosts the software through which the operator controls the system. The lightweight, interchangable, immersion style probes provide for superb imaging of the cornea, iris, sclera, and ciliary body. Together the sophisticated features provide excellent image quality and a superior diagnotic tool for a very affordable price.

    The wide scanning field offers imaging and diameter measurements of sulcus-to-sulcus or angle-to-angle, as well as measurements of corneal thickness, scleral thickness, lens thickness and anterior chamber depth and angle in degrees. The system offers the largest scanning field: 15 mm in width and 15 mm in depth allowing for the capture of the entire anterior segment in one scan. The scanning rate of 12 frames/second is the fastest in the market.
    Info OTI Ophthalmic Technologies Inc.
    Customer Service: (888) 517-4444
    Web site: http://www.oti-canada.com

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