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Features:

Combination OCT & true color fundus

Spectral Domain OCT

840nm Wavelength Light

Compact and space saving design

The NEW Hood Report for Glaucoma

Reference database for retina, RNFL, GCL+, and GCL++ thickness

Automatic layer segmentation

Widefield OCT

Anterior segment OCT

Panoramic fundus imaging

New! Hood Report for Glaucoma & Probability Maps

Retinal Thickness/RNFL/GCL and Optic Nerve Metrics in just one fast scan. The Hood Report for Glaucoma is now available. This innovative report simplifies and accelerates the decisionmaking process through the correlation of structure (GCL/ RNFL) with function (overlay of Visual Field test locations).

Space Saving Design

Easy to Use

Video Overview


Widefield OCT Scan

The Maestro2 captures a 12mm x 9mm widefield OCT scan, encompassing both the macula and disc. Ideal for an annual eye exam, this scan reduces patient testing time. It provides thickness and reference data for the retina, RNFL, GCL+, and GCL++ together with Disc topography including automated LCDR values.


Anterior Segment OCT

The Maestro2 has the added advantage of Anterior Segment OCT scanning capability, without the need for an additional expensive/external lens. By simply adding the anterior headrest support, the Maestro2 is able to capture corneal and chamber angle scans together with the ability to measure corneal thickness using the integrated caliper tools. Tear meniscus height can also be visualized and measured together.


High Resolution OCT & Color Fundus Photography

A high-resolution B-scan and smooth 3D graphics facilitate the observation of pathology and each layer of the retina. High-quality color fundus photography gives fundamental and additional information. The OCT and color fundus are an inseparable combination for daily diagnosis.

Extensive Set of Reports

The Maestro2 provides rich analysis functions for the Macula and Glaucoma. Comprehensive, predefined reports can be quickly printed or sent to your image management system

  • Macula
  • Fundus Photography
  • Glaucoma

5 Line Cross Scan

5 line cross scan (6mm, 9mm) both horizontal and vertical in an instant

3D Macula Analysis

3D imaging is a useful tool to understand the whole and precise form of the fovea. 3D scan is available in 6 x 6mm area scans. Retinal thickness map and reference database are included in this report.

Color Fundus Photography/Peripheral Fundus Photography

Non mydriatic color fundus photography and peripherial fundus photography comes standard with the Maestro2.

3D Wide Scan (12mm x 9mm)

This scan provides images of the macula and optic nerve in one report, providing retina, RNFL, and GCL analysis. Reference database of the RNFL, GCL+, GCL++, and total retina are automatically generated.

3D Disc Analysis

Combines disc topography, fundus photography, various peripapillary parameters and RNFL thickness measurements. The reference database for RNFL and disc parameters is also incorporated.

3D Macula GCL Analysis

Using the 3D macula scan, GCL analysis is also available. Reference database for GCL+ and GCL++ is incorporated into the report as well as symmetry analysis.

Trend Analysis (RNFL)

Baseline and up to three most recent visits can be compared and analyzed over time. Trends of disc parameters and reference database are also provided.

Features:

Combination OCT & true color fundus

Spectral Domain OCT

840nm Wavelength Light

Compact and space saving design

The NEW Hood Report for Glaucoma

Reference database for retina, RNFL, GCL+, and GCL++ thickness

Automatic layer segmentation

Widefield OCT

Anterior segment OCT

Panoramic fundus imaging

New! Hood Report for Glaucoma & Probability Maps

Retinal Thickness/RNFL/GCL and Optic Nerve Metrics in just one fast scan. The Hood Report for Glaucoma is now available. This innovative report simplifies and accelerates the decisionmaking process through the correlation of structure (GCL/ RNFL) with function (overlay of Visual Field test locations).

Space Saving Design

Easy to Use

Video Overview


Widefield OCT Scan

The Maestro2 captures a 12mm x 9mm widefield OCT scan, encompassing both the macula and disc. Ideal for an annual eye exam, this scan reduces patient testing time. It provides thickness and reference data for the retina, RNFL, GCL+, and GCL++ together with Disc topography including automated LCDR values.


Anterior Segment OCT

The Maestro2 has the added advantage of Anterior Segment OCT scanning capability, without the need for an additional expensive/external lens. By simply adding the anterior headrest support, the Maestro2 is able to capture corneal and chamber angle scans together with the ability to measure corneal thickness using the integrated caliper tools. Tear meniscus height can also be visualized and measured together.


High Resolution OCT & Color Fundus Photography

A high-resolution B-scan and smooth 3D graphics facilitate the observation of pathology and each layer of the retina. High-quality color fundus photography gives fundamental and additional information. The OCT and color fundus are an inseparable combination for daily diagnosis.


Extensive Set of Reports

The Maestro2 provides rich analysis functions for the Macula and Glaucoma. Comprehensive, predefined reports can be quickly printed or sent to your image management system

  • Macula
  • Fundus Photography
  • Glaucoma

5 Line Cross Scan

5 line cross scan (6mm, 9mm) both horizontal and vertical in an instant

3D Macula Analysis

3D imaging is a useful tool to understand the whole and precise form of the fovea. 3D scan is available in 6 x 6mm area scans. Retinal thickness map and reference database are included in this report.

Color Fundus Photography/Peripheral Fundus Photography

Non mydriatic color fundus photography and peripherial fundus photography comes standard with the Maestro2.

3D Wide Scan (12mm x 9mm)

This scan provides images of the macula and optic nerve in one report, providing retina, RNFL, and GCL analysis. Reference database of the RNFL, GCL+, GCL++, and total retina are automatically generated.

3D Disc Analysis

Combines disc topography, fundus photography, various peripapillary parameters and RNFL thickness measurements. The reference database for RNFL and disc parameters is also incorporated.

3D Macula GCL Analysis

Using the 3D macula scan, GCL analysis is also available. Reference database for GCL+ and GCL++ is incorporated into the report as well as symmetry analysis.

Trend Analysis (RNFL)

Baseline and up to three most recent visits can be compared and analyzed over time. Trends of disc parameters and reference database are also provided.

Specifications

Observation & photographing of the fundus:

Scan Mode: Color, Red-free (Note 1) & IR (Note 3)

Picture Angle for photography: 45° ± 5% or less; 30° or equivalent (digital zoom)

Operating Distance: 34.8 ± 0.1mm (when taking a picture of fundus)

Photographable Diameter of Pupil: Normal pupil diameter: ø4.0mm or more; Small pupil diameter: ø3.3mm or more

Fundus Image Resolution (on Fundus):

Center : 60 lines/mm or more
Middle (r/2) : 40 lines/mm or more
Middle (r) : 25 lines/mm or more
IR photography : Center: 5 lines/mm or more (Note 3)

 

Observation & photographing of the fundus tomogram:

Scan Range (on fundus) horizontal direction: 3 – 12mm ± 5% or less

Vertical Direction: 3 – 9mm ± 5% or less

Scan Pattern: 3D scan (horizontal/vertical); Linear scan (Line-scan/Cross-scan/Radial-scan)

Scan Speed:  50,000 A-Scans per second

Lateral Resolution: 20μm or less

In-depth Resolution: 6μm or less

Photographable diameter of pupil: ø2.5mm or more

 

Observation & photographing of the fundus image/fundus tomogram:

Fixation Target:

Internal fixation target: Dot matrix type organic EL; The display position can be changed and adjusted. The displaying method can be changed.
Peripheral fixation target: This is displayed according to the internal fixation target displayed position.
External fixation target

 

Observation & photographing of anterior segment:

Type of photography: Color & IR (Note 3)

Operating Distance: 62.6 ± 0.1mm (when taking a picture of anterior segment) (Note 2)

 

Observation & photographing of the anterior segment tomogram:

Operating Distance: 62.6 ± 0.1mm (when taking a picture of anterior segment) (Note 2)

Scan Range (on cornea) (Note 2): Horizontal direction: 3 – 6mm ± 5% or less; Vertical direction: 3 – 6mm ± 5% or less

Scan Pattern: Linear scan (Line-scan/Radial-scan)

Scan Speed: 50,000 A-Scans per second

Fixation Target: External fixation target

 

Dimensions: 12.1"–17.4" (W) x 18.5"-26.3" (D) x 20.4"-28.4" (H)

Weight:  46.3 lbs.

 

(Note 1) Digital Red-free photography that processes a color image and displays it in pseudo-red-free condition.
(Note 2) Observation & photography of anterior segment can be performed only when the anterior segment attachment (HA-2) is used.
(Note 3) This is used only for recording the position where a tomogram is captured.

Documents

Brochure

Sample Images

Article: How OCT Can Help a Smaller Practice

2017 Medicare Reimbursement Summary

Features:

Combination OCT & true color fundus

Spectral Domain OCT

840nm Wavelength Light

Compact & space saving design

The NEW Hood Report for Glaucoma

Reference database for retina, RNFL, GCL+, and GCL++ thickness

Automatic layer segmentation

Widefield OCT

Anterior segment OCT

Panoramic fundus imaging

New! Hood Report for Glaucoma & Probability Maps

Retinal Thickness/RNFL/GCL and Optic Nerve Metrics in just one fast scan. The Hood Report for Glaucoma is now available. This innovative report simplifies and accelerates the decisionmaking process through the correlation of structure (GCL/ RNFL) with function (overlay of Visual Field test locations).

Space Saving Design

Easy to Use

Video Overview


Widefield OCT Scan

The Maestro2 captures a 12mm x 9mm widefield OCT scan, encompassing both the macula and disc. Ideal for an annual eye exam, this scan reduces patient testing time. It provides thickness and reference data for the retina, RNFL, GCL+, and GCL++ together with Disc topography including automated LCDR values.


Anterior Segment OCT

The Maestro2 has the added advantage of Anterior Segment OCT scanning capability, without the need for an additional expensive/external lens. By simply adding the anterior headrest support, the Maestro2 is able to capture corneal and chamber angle scans together with the ability to measure corneal thickness using the integrated caliper tools. Tear meniscus height can also be visualized and measured together.


High Resolution OCT & Color Fundus Photography

A high-resolution B-scan and smooth 3D graphics facilitate the observation of pathology and each layer of the retina. High-quality color fundus photography gives fundamental and additional information. The OCT and color fundus are an inseparable combination for daily diagnosis.

Extensive Set of Reports

The Maestro2 provides rich analysis functions for the Macula and Glaucoma. Comprehensive, predefined reports can be quickly printed or sent to your image management system

  • Macula
  • Fundus Photography
  • Glaucoma

5 Line Cross Scan

5 line cross scan (6mm, 9mm) both horizontal and vertical in an instant

3D Macula Analysis

3D imaging is a useful tool to understand the whole and precise form of the fovea. 3D scan is available in 6 x 6mm area scans. Retinal thickness map and reference database are included in this report.

Specifications

Observation & photographing of the fundus:

Scan Mode: Color, Red-free (Note 1) & IR (Note 3)

Picture Angle for photography: 45° ± 5% or less; 30° or equivalent (digital zoom)

Operating Distance: 34.8 ± 0.1mm (when taking a picture of fundus)

Photographable Diameter of Pupil: Normal pupil diameter: ø4.0mm or more; Small pupil diameter: ø3.3mm or more

Fundus Image Resolution (on Fundus):

Center : 60 lines/mm or more
Middle (r/2) : 40 lines/mm or more
Middle (r) : 25 lines/mm or more
IR photography : Center: 5 lines/mm or more (Note 3)

 

Observation & photographing of the fundus tomogram:

Scan Range (on fundus) horizontal direction: 3 – 12mm ± 5% or less

Vertical Direction: 3 – 9mm ± 5% or less

Scan Pattern: 3D scan (horizontal/vertical); Linear scan (Line-scan/Cross-scan/Radial-scan)

Scan Speed:  50,000 A-Scans per second

Lateral Resolution: 20μm or less

In-depth Resolution: 6μm or less

Photographable diameter of pupil: ø2.5mm or more

 

Observation & photographing of the fundus image/fundus tomogram:

Fixation Target:

Internal fixation target: Dot matrix type organic EL; The display position can be changed and adjusted. The displaying method can be changed.
Peripheral fixation target: This is displayed according to the internal fixation target displayed position.
External fixation target

 

Observation & photographing of anterior segment:

Type of photography: Color & IR (Note 3)

Operating Distance: 62.6 ± 0.1mm (when taking a picture of anterior segment) (Note 2)

 

Observation & photographing of the anterior segment tomogram:

Operating Distance: 62.6 ± 0.1mm (when taking a picture of anterior segment) (Note 2)

Scan Range (on cornea) (Note 2): Horizontal direction: 3 – 6mm ± 5% or less; Vertical direction: 3 – 6mm ± 5% or less

Scan Pattern: Linear scan (Line-scan/Radial-scan)

Scan Speed: 50,000 A-Scans per second

Fixation Target: External fixation target

 

Dimensions: 12.1"–17.4" (W) x 18.5"-26.3" (D) x 20.4"-28.4" (H)

Weight:  46.3 lbs.

 

(Note 1) Digital Red-free photography that processes a color image and displays it in pseudo-red-free condition.
(Note 2) Observation & photography of anterior segment can be performed only when the anterior segment attachment (HA-2) is used.
(Note 3) This is used only for recording the position where a tomogram is captured.

Documents

Brochure

Sample Images

Article: How OCT Can Help a Smaller Practice

2017 Medicare Reimbursement Summary

Color Fundus Photography/Peripheral Fundus Photography

Non mydriatic color fundus photography and peripherial fundus photography comes standard with the Maestro2.

3D Wide Scan (12mm x 9mm)

This scan provides images of the macula and optic nerve in one report, providing retina, RNFL, and GCL analysis. Reference database of the RNFL, GCL+, GCL++, and total retina are automatically generated.

3D Disc Analysis

Combines disc topography, fundus photography, various peripapillary parameters and RNFL thickness measurements. The reference database for RNFL and disc parameters is also incorporated.

3D Macula GCL Analysis

Using the 3D macula scan, GCL analysis is also available. Reference database for GCL+ and GCL++ is incorporated into the report as well as symmetry analysis.

Trend Analysis (RNFL)

Baseline and up to three most recent visits can be compared and analyzed over time. Trends of disc parameters and reference database are also provided.

Specifications

Observation & photographing of the fundus:

Scan Mode: Color, Red-free (Note 1) & IR (Note 3)

Picture Angle for photography: 45° ± 5% or less; 30° or equivalent (digital zoom)

Operating Distance: 34.8 ± 0.1mm (when taking a picture of fundus)

Photographable Diameter of Pupil: Normal pupil diameter: ø4.0mm or more; Small pupil diameter: ø3.3mm or more

Fundus Image Resolution (on Fundus):

Center : 60 lines/mm or more
Middle (r/2) : 40 lines/mm or more
Middle (r) : 25 lines/mm or more
IR photography : Center: 5 lines/mm or more (Note 3)

 

Observation & photographing of the fundus tomogram:

Scan Range (on fundus) horizontal direction: 3 – 12mm ± 5% or less

Vertical Direction: 3 – 9mm ± 5% or less

Scan Pattern: 3D scan (horizontal/vertical); Linear scan (Line-scan/Cross-scan/Radial-scan)

Scan Speed:  50,000 A-Scans per second

Lateral Resolution: 20μm or less

In-depth Resolution: 6μm or less

Photographable diameter of pupil: ø2.5mm or more

 

Observation & photographing of the fundus image/fundus tomogram:

Fixation Target:

Internal fixation target: Dot matrix type organic EL; The display position can be changed and adjusted. The displaying method can be changed.
Peripheral fixation target: This is displayed according to the internal fixation target displayed position.
External fixation target

 

Observation & photographing of anterior segment:

Type of photography: Color & IR (Note 3)

Operating Distance: 62.6 ± 0.1mm (when taking a picture of anterior segment) (Note 2)

 

Observation & photographing of the anterior segment tomogram:

Operating Distance: 62.6 ± 0.1mm (when taking a picture of anterior segment) (Note 2)

Scan Range (on cornea) (Note 2): Horizontal direction: 3 – 6mm ± 5% or less; Vertical direction: 3 – 6mm ± 5% or less

Scan Pattern: Linear scan (Line-scan/Radial-scan)

Scan Speed: 50,000 A-Scans per second

Fixation Target: External fixation target

 

Dimensions: 12.1"–17.4" (W) x 18.5"-26.3" (D) x 20.4"-28.4" (H)

Weight:  46.3 lbs.

 

(Note 1) Digital Red-free photography that processes a color image and displays it in pseudo-red-free condition.
(Note 2) Observation & photography of anterior segment can be performed only when the anterior segment attachment (HA-2) is used.
(Note 3) This is used only for recording the position where a tomogram is captured.

Documents

Brochure

Sample Images

Article: How OCT Can Help a Smaller Practice

2017 Medicare Reimbursement Summary





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