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         The Ultrasound Platform
               A/B Mode, UBM and Standardized A Mode

 

  • Standardized A-Scan ultrasound certified by Prof. K. Ossoinig
  • Unique software for internal reflectivity analysis and characterization of tissues
  • Available with B mode, UBM and biometry modes
Aviso S

Overview

Image quality first

High resolution digital imaging, with the latest probe technology.

Its high signal to noise ratio helps differentiate the finest structures at all frequencies.

Easy to use

Examination is fast and easy using Aviso S software via touchscreen remote or the computer terminal.

Wide range of probes

Flagship ultrasound system from Quantel Medical, Aviso S offers a large choice of probe frequencies to cover a wide range of applications :

  • 10MHz -> Visualization of the entire globe
  • 20MHz -> High resolution imaging of the perpendicular wall and posterior pole
  • 25MHz -> Linear scanning probe for anterior segment visualization
  • 50MHz -> Linear UBM probe for glaucoma diagnosis

Exclusive Standardized Echography

Unique Technique for tissue characterization

Standardized echography with Aviso S provides detailed and crucial information in the eye, orbit and ocular annexes including:

  • Internal reflectivity of the structures
  • ILocation and dimension of the structures
  • ITissue differentiation
  • ICertified by Prof K. Ossoinig

B-Scan examination at 10 and 20 MHz

Management of patients with trauma, uveitis, vitreoretinal disorders and differentiation of intraocular tumors

UBM examination at 25 and 50 MHz

  • Management of anterior chamber disorders
  • Analysis and Diagnosis of glaucoma

A-Scan biometry

  • Routine use prior to cataract surgery
  • Axial length measurement (easy with
  • Auto+Save Mode) and IOL calculation with all formulas

Standardized A Scan

  • Unique tissue differentiation
  • Unparalleled tumors and mass lesions diagnosis in eye and orbit

Image Quality First

Quantel Medical’s unique electromagnetic probe technology combined with the high signal to noise ratio guarantees the best image resolutions at all frequencies.

The unique acoustic zoom feature helps enhancing visualization of the vitreous andfinest details at 10 and 20 MHz.

Image Quality First

Examination is fast and easy using the Aviso S software via touchscreen remote or the computer terminal :

  • Simple, intuitive workflow through easy software navigation with full screen imaging and miniature reference images available during examination
  • Quick and easy labelling of probe positioning and pathology localization with two eye diagrams
  • Unlimited number of scans per session, saved and exported in image or video (Cineloop) format
  • Automatic video recording of the last 40 seconds of examination to review and select the best image frame
  • High performance post-processing image tools, including complete semi-automated tools for glaucoma diagnosis: AOD 500 & 750, TIA, IT 750 & 2000, ARA 500 & 750, TISA 500 & 750, LV

Unique Technology for Standardized

Standardized A Probe

A specific parallel beam probe with the same sound intensity along length of scan with an 8 MHz narrow band receiver

S Curve

An S curve amplifier that combines adequate acoustic acuity and perfect acoustic field allowing for precise visualization of reflectivity levels

Unique Tissue Model

A unique tissue model is used to calibrate the probe, which standardizes tissues Sensitivity measurements for consistent and accurate diagnosis

Unique and Extensive
Diagnosis Capabilities

Detect intraocular and orbital lesions quickly and reliably

Tumor Q1: measure mass lesions, automatic calculation of tissue internal reflectivity, calculation and visualization of angle Kappa.

Calculate muscle thickness

Muscle Profile: calculate the thickness of the six muscles to obtain muscle indexes.

Differentiate retinal or other membrane detachment

Retina A1: automatic diagnosis support that recognizes specific levels of reflectivity for retina and other membranes.

Retina Q2: for quantitative differential calculation.

Videos

Published on 11 December 2015 / Quantel Medical New Generation 10MHz B Probe

The new generation of 10 MHz B probe from Quantel Medical offers unique capabilities of visualizing the vitreous, the ocular wall and the vitreoretinal structur

Quantel Medical New Generation 10MHz B Probe

Quantel Medical New Generation 10MHz B Probe

Using the Aviso S Ultrasound Platform

Using the Aviso S Ultrasound Platform

Exam Technique for Standardized A scan

Exam Technique for Standardized A scan

Introduction to Standardized exam with Karl C. Ossoinig, MD

Introduction to Standardized exam with Karl C. Ossoinig, MD

Navigating the Aviso and Aviso S

Navigating the Aviso and Aviso S

B Scan Screening

B Scan Screening

Performing A Scan Biometry

Performing A Scan Biometry

Downloads

Standardized Echography in the Diagnosis of Orbital Tumors

Ultrasound biomicroscopy enhances ophthalmic imaging applications

Variability of standardized echographic ultrasound using 10 mHz and high-resolution 20 mHz B scan in measuring intraocular melanoma

DDX Retinal Detachment vs Vitreous Membranes

Detached retina vs Dense fibrovascular membrane

Probes

B Probe 10 MHz

General diagnosis probe

10 MHz Probe for eye and orbit examination. Automatic biometry readings obtained from a B mode image allowing axial length measurements for difficult to mesure long eyes or posterior staphyloma.
 

Transducer frequency: 10 MHz   Focus: 21 to 25 mm
(0.83” to 0.98”)
Angle of exploration: 50°    Axial resolution: 150 μm
Depth of exploration: 20 to 60 mm
(0.79" to 2.37")
  Lateral resolution:
Frame rate acquisition:
300 μm
up to 16 Hz

 

B Probe 20 MHz

High frequency posterior pole

The magnetic 20 MHz probe for retina is a unique diagnostic tool for high resolution posterior pole and retinal periphery imaging. the distinction between the retina, choroid and sclera as well as the vitreoretinal junction have never been finer.
 

Transducer frequency: 20 MHz   Axial resolution: 100 μm
Angle of exploration: 50°   Lateral resolution:  250 μm
Focus: 24 to 26 mm
(0.94” to1.02”)
  Frame rate acquisition: jusqu’à 16 Hz

 

 

Lin 25 MHz Probe

25 MHz

25 MHz UBM probe offering linear technology designed for anterior chamber imaging and cataract specialistes.
 

Transducer frequency: 25 MHz   Focus: 11 to 13 mm
(0.43” to 0.51”)
Linear transducer movement: exploration width
16 mm (0.63”)
  Axial resolution:
Lateral resolution: 
70 μm
120 μm

 

Lin 50 MHz Probe

UBM anterior segment

50 MHz probe reveals what you can not see with OCT alone, enabling the operator to visualize the structures located behind the iris such as ciliary bodies, the processes and lens zonules.
Linear scanning offers the greatest signal intensity, providing superior anterior chamber image quality as the probe is always perpendicular with the tissue interface of interest.

 

Transducer frequency: 50 MHz   Focus: 9 to 11 mm
(0.35” to 0.43”)
Linear transducer movement: exploration width
16 mm (0.63”)
  Axial resolution:
Lateral resolution: 
35 μm
60 μm

Biometry Probe

Axial length measurements probe

11 MHz Probe 
Adjustable gain: 20 to 110 dB
Time Gain Control (TGC): 0 to 30 dB
Transducer frequency: 11 MHz
Tip diameter: 6 mm (0.23”)
Electronic resolution: 0.04 mm (0.002”)
Depth: 40/80 mm on 2048 points
Contact and immersion techniques compatible.
Aiming beam: LED
  Axial length measurements
  Ultrasound propagation velocity adjustable per segment (anterior chamber, lens, vitreous) and IOL and vitreous material.
Built-in pattern recognition: dense, phakic, aphakic, PMMA, acrylic and silicone material for pseudo-phakic eye types
Automatic calculation of standard deviation and average total length (series of 10 measurements)
Acquisition modes: automatic, auto + save, manual
Automatic detection of scleral spike

Biometry Probe

Axial length measurements probe

Integrated laser pointer for biometry:

  • Ensuring the acquisition in the visual axis
  • Increasing the patient cooperation
  • Accelerating the speed of acquisition of A scans

Biometry laser pointer diagram

Biometry laser pointer

A Standardized Probe

Accurate examen of the eye

Digitally programmed S-shaped amplifier characteristics and comprehensive design  criteria for standardized echography and tissue differentiation according to Karl C. Ossoinig MD

Diagnosis functions featuring: Tumor Q1 ; Retina A1/Retina A2; Musc Profile
Probe Frequency: 8 MHz / parallel beam
Cineloop in A mode: Sequence up to 400 images recorded
Depth: Orbit 80 µs, Eye: 40µs, Zoom 20 µs
Separator Automatic tissue sensitivity determination with specific gain value recorded.
Distance measurement between 2 gates with adjustable velocity
Axial length measurement with cornea, A.C. depth, lens and vitreous differentiation.

Accessories

Carrying Case

Carrying Case

Trolley

Trolley

Clear Scan for 50 MHz Linear Probe

Clear Scan for 50 MHz Linear Probe

Filmed Windows for 2nd Gen. 50MHz Linear Probe

Filmed Windows for 2nd Gen. 50MHz Linear Probe

Präger Shell for Biometry (Adults)

Präger Shell for Biometry (Adults)

Präger Shell for Biometry (children)

Präger Shell for Biometry (children)

Scleral Shell for Linear Probes

Scleral Shell for Linear Probes

Scleral Shells for B mode

Scleral Shells for B mode

Scleral Shells for Biometry

Scleral Shells for Biometry

More Accessories

BeamBox Laser pointer
Probe Holder
Finger Grip Sleeve for 2nd Gen. B Probe
Extension Handle for Biometry Probe
Book - Clinical Echography of the Eye and Orbit Monograph
Scleral Shells for B mode (19-22-24 mm) and Biometry (16-18-20-22-24 mm)
Scleral Shell for Linear Probes (14-16-18 mm)
VESA Mount Adapter Kit for Apple iMac 21’’
USB Hub
USB Laser Printer
USB Sony Video Printer
USB Probe Parameters
250 ML Gel for Echographe

Aivso platform and probes

B Mode

Grey levels:  256
Adjustable gain:  20 to 110 dB
Time Gain Control (TGC):   0 to 30 dB
Manual and synchronized dynamic range adjustment 25 to 90 dB
Unlimited storage capacity for still images and video seq.:  up to 40 second duration
Image post-processing tools: Algorithmic & color image filters, calipers, areas, angles, markers, comments
Glaucoma quantifying semi-automated tools: 

AOD 500 & 750, IT 750 & 2000, TIA, ARA 500 & 750, TISA 500 & 750, LV

Posterior pole scansMagnetic 10 MHz probe

Transducer frequency:  10 MHz
Angle of exploration:  50°
Depth of exploration:  20 to 60 mm 
Focus:  21 to 25 mm 
Axial resolution:  150 μm
Lateral resolution:  300 μm
Frame rate acquisition:  up to 16 Hz

 

Magnetic 20 MHz probe for posterior pole*

Transducer frequency:  20 MHz
Angle of exploration:  50°
Focus:  24 to 26 mm 
Axial resolution:  100 μm
Lateral resolution:  250 μm
Frame rate acquisition:  up to 16 Hz

UBM

Magnetic 50 MHz UBM probe with linear scaning

Transducer frequency:   50 MHz
Linear transducer movement:  exploration width 16 mm (0.63”)
Focus:  9 to 11 mm (0.35” to 0.43”)
Axial resolution:  35 μm
Lateral resolution:   60 μm

Linear 25 MHz UBM probe

Transducer frequency:   50 MHz
Linear transducer movement:  exploration width 16 mm (0.63”)
Focus:  11 to 13 mm (0.35” to 0.43”)
Axial resolution:  70 μm
Lateral resolution:   120 μm

Biometry

Adjustable gain:  20 to 110 dB
Time Gain Control (TGC):   0 to 30 dB


11 MHz probe

Transducer frequency:  11 MHz
Tip diameter:  6 mm (0.23”)
Electronic resolution:  0.03 mm (0.001”)
Depth: 40/80 mm sur 2048 points
Contact and immersion techniques compatible  
Aiming beam:  LED or laser pointer*


Axial length measurements

Ultrasound propagation velocity adjustable per segment (anterior chamber, lens, vitreous) and IOL and vitreous material

Built-in pattern recognition:  phakic, aphakic, PMMA, acrylic and silicone material for pseudo-phakic eye types
Automatic calculation of standard deviation and average total length series of 10 measurements
Acquisition modes:  automatic, auto + save, manual 
Automatic detection of scleral spike  


IOL Calculation

SRK-T, SRK 2, HOLLADAY, BINKHORST-II, HOFFER-Q, HAIGIS
Post-op refractive calculation:
- Pre-op and Post-op refraction, Pre-op and Post-op keratometry
- 6 different methods for keratometric correction and implant calculation:
History derived, refraction derived, contact lens method, Rosa regression, Shammas regression, Double K/SRK-T (Dr. Aramberri’s formula)
7 values bracketed for desired ametropia for each IOL (IOL increment steps: 0.25D or 0.50D)
Simultaneous display of 4 different IOL calculations

Standardized A Mode

Unique mode of standardized echography

Digitally programmed S-shaped amplifier characteristics and comprehensive design  criteria for standardized echography and tissue differentiation according to Karl C. Ossoinig MD.

Automatic tissue sensitivity determination with specific gain value recorded.

Diagnosis functions featuring: Tumor Q1 ; Retina A1/Retina Q2; Musc Profile
Probe Frequency: 8 MHz / parallel beam
Cineloop in A mode: Sequence up to 400 images recorded
Depth: Orbit 80 µs, Eye: 40µs, Zoom 20 µs


Distance measurement between 2 gates with adjustable velocity

Axial length measurement with cornea, A.C. depth, lens and vitreous differentiation.

General Information

Quantel Medical Technology

Data management

Built-in physician and patient database
Exportation of still images and video sequences
Customizable digital and printed reports
DICOM* and/or EMR compatible
Compatible with PC, USB video and DICOM printers

Connexion
Connectable to PC systems via USB-2 port operating under Windows 8 / Windows 7
Dedicated software for communication driving between the acquisition module and computer
Images displayed on the computer monitor
 
Electrical requirements
Power supply: 100-120 / 200-240 Vac
± 10% single phase + grounding
Frequency: 50 / 60 Hz
Power: 25 VA max
 
Features
Overall dimensions: 19 cm (L) x 17 cm (W) x 19 cm (H)
7.5” (L) x 6.7” (W) x 7.5” (H)
Touch screen dimensions: 8.6 cm (W) x 11.5 cm (H)
3.4” (W) x 4.5” (H)
Weight: 1.5 kg (3.3 lb.)
 
* Option

Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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