Screening for retinal diseases with AI
The iCare ILLUME solution combines the benefits of artificial intelligence and the image quality of the iCare DRSplus fundus imaging system to detect diabetic retinopathy, AMD and Glaucoma. The process is fully automated, and it only takes a couple of minutes to get a report that classifies the results according to severity allowing a focused and controlled referral flow.Product page
Ultra-Widefield fundus imaging
The iCare EIDON Family is composed of three different models that have been designed to serve different needs by offering a complete suite of imaging modalities. All three models can capture sharp and detailed TrueColor Confocal images that reveal retina in its natural colors. The assessment of the retinal pigment epithelial layer integrity is possible with iCare EIDON AF and EIDON FA models that include also the Blue Fundus Autofluorescene modality. In addition, the iCare EIDON FA enables the observation of monitoring of the retinal blood flow in detail even after the exam as it can be captured on a video.
All the imaging modalities can now cover a larger portion of retina thanks to the Ultra-Widefield Module that expands the field of view even up to 200˚.
Fully automated fundus imaging
The iCare DRSplus fundus imaging system brings efficiency to the clinics. It only takes 16s to get a sharp and clear retinal image. Thanks to the TrueColor Confocal Technology it is possible to acquire images without dilation, even if the pupil is as small as 2.5 mm. This helps to save time and makes the experience more comfortable for the patient. The imaging is also possible through cataract and other media opacities.Product pages
Experience faster and easier IOP measurements with Quick Measure
With the new Quick Measure feature, the iCare IC200 tonometer measures IOP with only two or three rapid individual measurements, resulting in a shorter test time and making the iCare IC200 an ideal solution for even the most challenging patients. The iCare IC200 enables IOP measuring in reclined and supine positions which is especially useful in clinical and surgical settings, when the patient’s IOP needs to be measured regardless of the patient’s position.Product page
Know the True MaxTM – Leveraging the power of real-world IOP data
Regular IOP monitoring is a crucial part of glaucoma care. However, sporadic clinic IOP measurements do not reflect real-world values or fluctuations that occur throughout the day and night. Knowing a patient’s true maximum IOP is key to better understanding the condition and creating personalized glaucoma treatment plans.
The iCare HOME2 tonometer provides a real-world understanding of the patient's IOP profile
It enables patients to record their diurnal and nocturnal IOP data, offering a comprehensive view of IOP fluctuations and peaks to healthcare providers.Product page