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RetCam II Wide-Field Digital Pediatric Retinal Imaging System

ProductsRetCam II Wide-Field Digital Pediatric Retinal Imaging System
Company Clarity Medical Systems, Inc.
Item RetCam II Wide-Field Digital Pediatric Retinal Imaging System
Features 
  • 3 CCD Chip Video Camera: lightweight, easy to position, long cable for easy patient access
  • 5 changeable lenses; 130, 120, 80, 30, and Portrait
  • Large LCD Displays: Real-Time Video
  • Lighted Control Panel
  • Image Unit Holder allows simple one hand lens change
  • Camera Light Box with SVHS video output jack
  • FA Light Box (option) for Fluorescein Angiography
  • Storage Drawer for store tools, lenses, supplies
  • Dual DVD-RAM for easy backup
  • Inkjet Color Printer: real-time patient data report
  • Powerful RC II OS Software
  • Instant digital video clip capture (up to 20 seconds of real-time video)
  • Instant digital image capture
  • Multiimage data recall and display
  • Side-by-side image comparison
  • High resolution 24 bit color image
Description The RetCam II is a mobile, self-contained system that can be easily moved around the hospital or office. It provides state-of-the-art Wide-Field Pediatric Retinal Imaging. In just a few minutes you can do an entire exam and document almost the entire retina with as few as 5 photos. The heart of the RetCam II is our 3 CCD medical grade digital camera. Combined with our family of lenses, you can see a 130 degree field-of-view, real-time image of the pediatric retina. Seeing such a wide area makes diagnostics easier; there is less to "scan than when examining a small area of view (as with the indirect ophthalmoscope). In addition, the image and patient record is saved instantly as a digital file onto 9.4GB DVD-RAM media.

Our family of lenses contain the ROP 130 degree unit, Standard Childrens 120 degree unit, High magnification 30 degree unit, High contrast /adult 80 degree unit, and the flat field portrait lens used for external photographs. An optional Dye-sublimation Color Printer is used for physical photographic output of the images for inclusion to the patients report. Photo documentation of the frozen digital image eliminates interobserver variability.

A key feature of the RetCam II is the flat LCD color display that is easy to view during the exam, and ideal as a teaching tool for other physicians and hospital staff. The real-time image allows you to view the retina and anterior segment with ease. Also there is a 20 second video capture feature. A comprehensive database keeps track of each imaging session for the patient, allowing for later side-by-side or review of the case images. Also available is the Fluorescein Angiography option.

The RetCam II is the pediatric imaging tool of choice in the OR, NICU and PICU for documenting and managing Retinoblastoma, Retinopathy of Prematurity, Shaken Baby Syndrome and other pediatric eye diseases.

Info Clarity Medical Systems, Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 215-6005
Web site: http://www.claritymsi.com/

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