News 9 November 2021

Panoramic 200° views of the retina in unsurpassed image quality with the new iCare EIDON Ultra-Widefield Module

Diabetic Retinopathy

The new iCare EIDON Ultra-Widefield Module provides a wider view of the retina in high-quality images with a complete suite of imaging modalities. Combined with iCare’s TrueColor Confocal Technology, high resolution, and detail-rich images, the iCare EIDON UWF Module takes fundus imaging systems to the next level of eye care.

A detailed panoramic view of the retina from the posterior pole to the periphery assists in earlier detection, diagnosis, and more accurate treatment of retinal pathologies. With the new iCare EIDON Ultra-Widefield Module, the eye care professional can see more in less time – in great detail, high resolution, and true-to-life colors.

 

Ultra-widefield and ultra-high-quality images thanks to TrueColor Confocal Technology

iCare’s Ultra-Widefield imaging technology expands the field of view of the retina up to 200°, revealing areas that were previously left undiscovered. The iCare EIDON UWF Module captures a 120° scope of the retina in a single shot. Panoramic images of up to 200° are acquired by combining three or more fields with the Mosaic functionality, a proprietary automatic stitching algorithm.
The new iCare EIDON UWF Module is built on the foundation of iCare’s TrueColor Confocal Technology, which produces superior-quality fundus images with high resolution, sharpness, and details in natural colors and in a patient-friendly dilation-free process.

Read more about the benefits of TrueColor Confocal Technology for eye care professionals.

 

The iCare EIDON UWF Module serves in a complete suite of imaging modalities

The iCare EIDON UWF Module complements the existing models of the EIDON family. In fact, it is compatible with all the imaging modalities of the EIDON Family devices (TrueColor, Infrared, Fundus Autofluorescence and Fluorescein Angiography).

The new module also offers the option of Fluorescein Angiography video in ultra-widefield. Video acquisition provides a dynamic perspective on retinal blood flow and a more comprehensive and informative documentation of the retinal vasculature than static photography can hope to offer. This is highly useful for example when monitoring and treating diabetic retinopathy.

Fast, automatic, and easy to use – with the iCare EIDON UWF Module, the eye care professional can see more in less time

All iCare’s fundus imaging devices are fully automated, quick and easy to use and require minimal staff training. The whole process of acquiring 200° panoramic views of the retina only takes one minute per eye. Eye care practitioners enjoy the efficient workflow and patients appreciate the comfortable examination experience and not needing to be dilated.

The lens of the iCare EIDON UWF Module is light and intuitive to handle. Overall, the combination of these features allows the operator to focus their attention on the patient instead of the device – ensuring the best possible eye care with the help of ultra-widefield retinal images.