Non-invasive vascular imaging
Add AngioVue OCT Angiography (OCTA) to the Avanti platform to bring non-invasive vascular imaging with measurement tools to your practice. Angiography provides a non-invasive, dye less technique for visualizing the presence of flow in the retinal vessels.
AngioWellness scan enables comprehensive assessment of your diabetic patients and glaucoma suspects by combining structural information on retinal and ganglion cell thickness with objective metrics on retinal vasculature. Utilize Faz Analytics to uncover early indicators of diabetic changes. This all-in-one report streamlines your exam process by quickly confirming normal—or helping you more efficiently diagnose pathology.
Multiple AngioVue reports let you look at data and focus in on irregularities and changes.
Take your analysis of the nerve fiber layer to the next level with Avanti’s trend analysis software, which tracks change in RNFL and GCC thickness and provides an estimate of future progression. This comprehensive analysis allows you to personalize treatment protocols and enhance your patients’ understanding of their disease.
AngioAnalytics help measure flow area by outlining a region for vessel detection. The extracted Flow Area measurement is based on the Outer Retina slab (OPL ~ BRM). Measurements include Foveal Avascular Zone (FAZ) area, perimeter, and foveal vessel density
AngioVue Projection Artifact Removal 3D Projection Artifact Removal (PAR) reduces projection artifact in all posterior layers by performing vessel-by-vessel analysis to remove artefactual vessels while keeping authentic vasculature, which is essential for accurate image interpretation and quantification.
The Avanti system is designed with the efficiency of your practice in mind. Scan patients faster with 70,000 A-scans per second, rapidly process scans with Avanti’s background processing engine, and quickly identify potential problems with comprehensive, easy-to-read reports.
|OCT Scanning Speed||70,000 A-scans per second|
|Optical Axial Resolution||~5 microns (digital pixel sampling = 3 μm)|
|Optical Transverse Resolution||~15 microns|
|OCT Axial Imaging Depth||2 to 3 mm (dependent on scan protocol)|
|AngioVue Imaging Volume||304 x 304 A-scans (for non-HD scans), 400 x 400 A-scans (for HD scans)|
|Acquisition Time Per OCTA Imaging Volume||~3 seconds|
|AngioVue Imaging Size (Retina)||3x3mm, 6x6mm HD, 8x8mm (AngioVue Essential includes 6x6mm scan only)|
|AngioVue Imaging Size (Optic Disc)||4.5×4.5mm HD, 6x6mm HD|
|Field of View||12x9mm|
|Minimum Pupil Diameter||2.3mm|
|Operating System||Windows 7; 64-bit OS compatible|
|Hard Drive Availability||Minimum 50GB|
|Processor Speed||Minimum Intel i5, recommended Intel i7, 3 GHz or higher|
|Computer RAM||Minimum 8GB RAM, recommended 16GB RAM|
|Dedicated Graphics Card||Not required, recommended NVIDIA GTX 970|
|Monitor Resolution||1920×1080, 1680×1050, 1600×1024, 1600×900|
|Network Bandwidth||1 Gbps or higher|
|Width||37.4 inches (950mm)|
|Depth||23.6 inches (600mm)|
|Height (Adjustable)||27.4-35.2 inches (695-995mm)|
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