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     The Ultrasound Platform
        A/B scan and UBM

 

  • Unparalleled image quality for posterior pole and anterior segment diagnosis:
    10 and 20 MHz B-scan, 25 MHz and 50 MHz UBM, and biometry probes.  
  • Powerful and user friendly interface
  • EMR and DICOM compatible
Aviso

Overview

B Mode examination at 10 and 20 MHz

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

UMB

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

Biometry

  • Precise and fast A-Scan acquisition
  • Unique scleral spike recognition allowing automatic discrimination of misleading scans
  • Contact and immersion acquisition
  • Unique biometry in B mode feature with automatic A-Scan acquisition and transfer from a B mode image

Image quality first

Aviso A/B delivers high resolution digital imaging. Its high signal to noise ratio helps differentiate the finest structures at all frequencies.

Easy to use

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

Wide range of probes

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

  • 10MHz -> Easy visualization of the entire globe
  • 20MHz -> Increased resolution in the posterior pole for retina diagnosis
  • 25MHz -> Linear scanning probe for anterior segment visualization
  • 50MHz -> Linear UBM probe for glaucoma diagnosis

Image quality first

Aviso A/B delivers high resolution digital imaging. Its high signal to noise ratio helps differentiate the finest structures at all frequencies.

The unique accoustic zoom technology maintains the native image resolution when zooming in at 10 and 20 MHz

Powerful and user friendly interface

Whether with the Aviso A/B unique touchscreen remote or the computer terminal the examination is fast and easy:

  • Seamless workflow for scan performing, viewing and editing,
  • Eye diagram for easy probe labelling. Allows quicker and easier scan identification and interpretation,
  • Unlimited number of scans per session
  • High performance post processing image tools such as measurement calipers, area, and markers for precise quantification
  • Still images and video always accessible for direct editing and analyzing
  • Automatic video recording of the last 40 seconds of examination for best scan selection and kinetic diagnosis
  • Full screen viewing of A & B scans
  • Various filters for tissue differentiation in B mode at all frequencies,
  • Customizable multiple choice database search criteria.

Quantel Medical's proprietary magnetic probe technology

Quantel Medical develops and manufactures all B probes commercialized with its ultrasound units.

All probes use the electromagnetic field technology to control the transducer movement. This unique technology ensures a faster scanning process and increased image resolution. This technology allows a higher comfort of use with less vibration and a probe lighter in weight.

For UBM probes, Quantel Medical was the first company to introduce the linear technology. 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.

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

Navigating the Aviso and Aviso S

Navigating the Aviso and Aviso S

Image Acquisition and Exam Technique for UBM

Image Acquisition and Exam Technique for UBM

B Scan Screening

B Scan Screening

Performing A Scan Biometry

Performing A Scan Biometry

UBM role for anterior segment imaging with Iqbal Ike Ahmed, MD

UBM role for anterior segment imaging with Iqbal Ike Ahmed, MD

Ocular Imaging: Ultrasound Biomicroscopy vs. Anterior Segment OCT

Ocular Imaging: Ultrasound Biomicroscopy vs. Anterior Segment OCT

A new approach to Ultrasonic Biomicroscopy: The Clearscan Methodology

A new approach to Ultrasonic Biomicroscopy: The Clearscan Methodology

Maximizing IOL Outcomes with UBM Technology

Maximizing IOL Outcomes with UBM Technology

New technologies in Glaucoma: UBM

New technologies in Glaucoma: UBM

Hands on with Quantel Medical probes - PART 1

Hands on with Quantel Medical probes - PART 1

Hands on with Quantel Medical probes - PART 2

Hands on with Quantel Medical probes - PART 2

Downloads

The role of UBM in glaucoma in 2017

Differences Between Single and Double Eyelid Anatomy in Asians Using Ultrasound Biomicroscopy

Ultrasound biomicroscopy shows benefits for glaucoma and anatomy measurements

Use of B Mode Biometry for IOL Calculation

Update on the Utilization of UBM for Cataract and IOL Applications

Anterior segment imaging may have saved a life

Achieve Better Glaucoma Management: Become the Front Line of Care

UBM Imaging for Glaucoma Management

UBM boosts quality of care for glaucoma practices

UBM and glaucoma diagnosis and follow-up of plateau iris

Routine OCT and UBM of the anterior segment

Deep Visualization: Ultrasound Biomicroscopy for the Anterior Segment

Increased iris thickness and association with primary angle closure glaucoma

How to Succeed with Ultrasound Biomicroscopy

3 in 1 - Hand-held, portable device meets major imaging needs

Ultrasound Biomicroscopy and Glaucoma Care

Anterior segment imaging for assessment of glaucoma

Clarity With Digital Imaging

Ciliary body area in pupil block

A comparison between anterior segment OCT & Ultrasound Biomicroscopy in angle closure

A High-definition Ultrasound System

A new Generation of High-definition Ultrasound

Advantages with 10, 20 MHz sector & 50 MHz linear probes

B-mode guided vector A mode vs A-mode biometry to determine axial length and intraocular lens power

Cuerpo extraño con diálisis zonular y ruptura de cápsula posterior

Anomalía de Axenfeld Rieger

Case N°1: Choroidal Nevus

Case N°2: Patient with diabetic retinopathy with recurrent intra ocular hemorrhage in the left eye after vitrectomy

Case N°3: supsect choridal nevus

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: up to 16 Hz

 

 

Lin 25 MHz Probe

High frequency anterior segment

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

 

Accessories

Carrying Case

Carrying Case

Trolley

Trolley

ClearScan for 50MHz Linear Probe

ClearScan for 50MHz 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 scans

Magnetic 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 - Ultrasound BiomicroscopyMagnetic 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:   25 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:  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  


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

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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