Elevate your practice with versatile and high-quality posterior segment imaging with any USB-enabled PC.
Why Do You Need a B-Scan?
A B-Scan seamlessly delivers a two-dimensional ultrasound reading of the structures in the eye’s posterior segment. This ultrasound can be used to evaluate posterior segment pathology like a retinal detachment when the ocular media is cloudy, due to a cataract or other obstruction, and you are unable to directly visualize it on a fundus exam.
Ease of Saving Data
Images or video files can be easily printed from or stored on a computer.
Pulse frequency of 12/15 MHz for 3-10 centimeters of penetration.
Ease of Measurement
Dual calipers enable easy measurement of ocular structures, and the A-Mode Display view allows for a full, reliable report.
“Very clever and very accurate!
It does it all with a vector analysis feature, a surgeon adjustable nomogram and a very clever LaPlace calculation that takes into account corneal rigidity based on IOP. The only down side is that you have to have a blade with a micrometer adjustment for depth. Our results so far have been outstanding.”
Warren E. Hill, MD, FACS Mesa, AZ
Why Our Portable B-Scan Probe?
Our B-Scan is flexible, mobile, and easily enables any PC to become a B-Scan device wherever you are! This portable device can be used on its own or as part of a complete biometry solution when paired with our other portable probes. With over 2000 sample points per line and a penetration depth of 3 to 10 cm, you will have high resolution, precise images of the retina and any pathology that could affect surgical outcomes. Images can be easily stored or printed for clinical use.