Combining all of the advantages of Autofluorescence with the advanced functionality of the EIDON Confocal Scanner platform, the EIDON with Autofluorescence represents a significant leap forward in our clinical imaging capabilitiesSriniVas R. Sadda, MDPresident and CSO of Doheny Eye Institute and Professor of Ophthalmology at UCLA.
By Enrico Borrelli, Muneeswar Gupta Nittala, Nizar Saleh Abdelfattah, Jianqin Lei, Amir H Hariri, Yue Shi, Wenying Fan, Mariano Cozzi, Valentina Sarao, Paolo Lanzetta, Giovanni Staurenghi, SriniVas R Sadda.
This paper systematically compares the intermodality and inter-reader agreement for two blue-light confocal fundus autofluorescence (FAF) systems, in thirty eyes with a diagnosis of geographic atrophy (GA).
British Journal of Ophthalmology – 6 June 2018
By Grant Duncan
Fundus autofluorescence (FAF) is a non-invasive imaging technique, which detects naturally or pathologically occurring fluorophores, molecules that absorb and emit light of specific wavelengths. In these last years, new devices and techniques have been developed to begin harnessing the full potential of this approach to retinal imaging: Eidon AF (from CenterVue) is one of the most interesting recent additions to the list of devices with FAF capability.
OPTICIAN – 21 July 2017
By Mariano Cozzi and Dr Giovanni Staurenghi – Center of Medical Retina at the Ophthalmologic Clinic of Hospital Sacco – Milan University
A clinical experience report with Eidon Fundus Autofluorescence (Eidon AF) describing the importance of this new technology in clinical practice and the special relevance of the Blue-light FAF, playing a crucial role in diagnosis of macular alterations. The conclusion of the retina Experts exalts the advantages of the Eidon AF, describing this technology as a valuable tool for ophthalmologists, both in the hospital and in private practice.
Ophthalmology Times Europe – Modern Retina – 12 April 2017
|Class and type of applied part|
|1, B (according to EN 60601-1)|
|IP classification||IPX0 (according to the degree of protection provided by the enclosure with respect to harmful penetration of particulate matter or water)|
|Non-mydriatic (minimum pupil size 2.5 mm)|
|Field of individual image||60° (H) x 55° (V) captured in a single exposure|
|Sensor resolution||14 Mpixel (4608x3288)|
|Light source||near infrared (825-870 nm), blue (440-475 nm) and white (440-650 nm)|
|Working distance||28 mm|
|Optical resolution on the retina||15 microns|
|Pixel pitch||4.9 micron|
|Imaging modalities||color, IR, red-free, autofluorescence|
|Automatic operation||auto-alignment, auto-focus, auto-exposure, auto-capture|
|Auto-focusing adjustment range||-12D to +15D|
|Dynamic, programmable internal fixation target|
|Tablet operated, with multi-touch, color display|
|Ethernet connection through device|
|Hard disk||SSD, 256 GB|
|Size||620 X 590 X 360 mm|
|100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz|
|Power consumption||80 W|
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