A-SCAN. B-SCAN. Or Both.
Immersion or direct contact A-scan
Manual or automatic capture (cataract, dense cataract, aphakic, silicone oil, and pseudophakic modes)
Auto calculation of axial length, anterior chamber depth, lens thickness, and vitreous, with axial length average and standard deviation provided for up to 5scans per exam
Standard IOL formulas: Binkhorst, Regression-II, Theoretic/T, Holladay, Hoffer-Q, and Haigis (optional)
Post-refractive IOL formulas include Latkany Myopic Regression, Latkany Hyperopic, and Aramberri Double-K
Capture both still images and video clips with frame-by-frame review
On-probe activation and capture of scans
12 MHz focused transducer probe, sealed with virtually no sound
Near-, mid-, and far-gain and TVG controls
Live B-scan display with simultaneous selectable A-scan vector
On-screen annotation capabilities, including measurements
Continuous zoom and controlled image pan
Just pack and go. Both the Master-Vu A-Scan and B-Scan come with compact carrying cases for easy transport and license to install software on mutiple computers.
THE TOOLS YOU NEED
Essential tools for managing patients and their ultrasound images.
FRAME BY FRAME REVIEW OF VIDEO CLIPS
Frame by frame review of B-scan video clips provided for for selection of optimal images
EASY IOL COMPARISONS
Extensive built-in and customizable lens database for IOL comparisons
MEASUREMENTS AND ANNOTATION TOOLS
Easy to use calipers for distance and angle measurements