Ophthalmology

SPECTRALIS HRA

Fundus Camera with Video angiography

The SPECTRALIS® HRA is optimized to match the peak excitation of fluorescein and ICG, and can image both dyes simultaneously, providing a picture of both retinal and choroidal circulation at the same time. Not only are the images clearer and more detailed than traditional fundus cameras, but rapid scan speeds enable dynamic imaging, capturing the subtleties of partial blockages of blood flow. The infrared imaging capability of the SPECTRALIS expands the range of patients that can be imaged when poor media, small pupils or lack of dilation hamper traditional fundus cameras. Infrared light penetrates deeper into tissue, often revealing structural changes which may not be visible under contact lens examination or on white light photos. The 2 mode and 5 mode version can be upgraded to the 6 mode HRA+OCT.

Product Features
    • TruTrack™ active eye tracking: actively follows the patient’s eye during the scan, minimizing motion artifact.
    • Heidelberg Noise Reduction™: combines multiple scans taken at the same location and eliminates noise from the image.
    • Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope: for high resolution fundus imaging.
    • BluePeak™ with RegionFinder™: to monitor RPE health in conditions such as AMD and hydroxychloroquine administration.
    • Five (5) imaging modes: infrared (IR), BluePeak™ blue laser autofluorescence, blue reflectance (BR) (this mode is sometimes referred to as red-free), fluorescein angiography (FA) and ICG angiography (ICGA).
    • Movie image capture: for high speed video angiography.
    • Optional non-contact ultra-widefield angiography: offers evenly illuminated, undistorted, high contrast images in the far periphery.
    • Fundus image field of view: from 15° up to 150° with optional lenses.
    • Network ready: remote image review and optional EHR/PACS interface.
    • Upgradable: the following additional imaging modes can be added to this system: Spectral Domain OCT.
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