TAKING PEDIATRIC OCULAR IMAGING TO NEW PLACES
The unsurpassed power and precision of the RetCam3 Ophthalmic Imaging System has advanced the science and practice of neonatal and pediatric imaging worldwide. From the devastation of ROP in newborns and infants, to the full range of vision-related disorders, RetCam3 is bringing advanced imaging into focus.
Objective, high-resolution digital visualization and documentation, for definitive interpretation
Enables image comparison over time, for managing disease progression
RetCam delivers a full 130-degree view, while Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopy (BIO) provides a 30-degree view
RetCam Review Software (RCRS) facilitates remote consultations, second opinions, family communications, treatment compliance, and teaching
BUILT-IN FLEXIBILITY, FOR ADAPTING TO YOUR NEEDS.
Your Work Never Stops Moving. Neither Should Your Tools.
From the NICU to the OR, and the newborn nursery to the clinic, the portable, integrated, wide- field RetCam digital imaging system delivers built-in flexibility, for adapting to your needs.
Large work surface
- Pull out keyboard with soft-key control
- Wrap-around cord holder
- Storage drawers
- Large flat panel display
- Ergonomic hand piece
- Fluorescein Angiography Module
- Photo and text printer
- Tri-function foot control
THERE IS A BETTER WAY TO LOOK AT PEDIATRIC RETINAL DISEASES.
The BIO Technique vs RetCam3 Digital Imaging
For years, BIO was the primary method for diagnosing and monitoring ROP. However, clinical studies have repeatedly demonstrated that the subjectivity and inaccuracies of hand-drawn BIO sketches create significant variability in ROP diagnoses and documentation1-5.
The Proven Variability Of Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopy (BIO)
A Comparative Study of Newborn Eye Examinations
The Proven Accuracy of RetCam Imaging
Studies have proven that RetCam's objective, high-resolution imagery, uniform data, and many options provide definitive, superior diagnosis and management of ROP, compared to outdated BIO methods1-5. No wonder RetCam3 has become a new gold standard of care for ROP1.
RetCam Sensitivity and Specificity
A NEW SPECTRUM OF INSIGHT, REVEALING ROP ANOMALIES.
Fluorescein Angiography (FA) The extreme contrast abilities of FA provide sharp visualization of vascular anomalies which might otherwise go unseen. Its results are important for confident ROP procedures, and serve as a valuable surgical planning tool.
FA vs Color Imaging
The border of the vascular area is clear in the FA, while in the color photograph, it is hidden within the treated area.
The blue arrows point out areas where FA provides visualization of the vessels of an ROP patient that are not obvious in the color photograph.
THE RIGHT VIEW. RIGHT WHERE YOU NEED IT.
RetCam3 Lens Options
With five interchangeable lenses, RetCam3 makes it quick and easy to get the best view of anatomical features, and adjust to the particular needs of individual cases.
IMAGING PRACTICE KIT
This unique and valuable training tool is ideal for helping clinicians new to the RetCam system to gain familiarity, and for experienced users who would like to practice their imaging skills. It includes a realistic “eye”, designed to simulate an ROP condition, including the demarcation line and neovascularization. The kit also includes helpful accessories for conducting productive user training sessions.
- Maintains RetCam imaging skills
- Facilitates training of new RetCam users
- Hands-on practice with online training modules
- Learn new/advanced RetCam techniques
Easy to use
Simulates the size and shape of a newborn's head
Equipped with a state-of-the-art 'eye'
Comes with accessories to help facilitate training
Constructed of durable material to provide years of use
Provided with a sturdy storage case that protects the baby head from damage when not in use
1 Ludwig C, Callaway N, Moshfeghi D. Validity of the newborn eye exam in the newborn eye screening test (NEST) cohort. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2015;56(7):961.
2 Moshfeghi DM and Frick KD. A case for universal eye screening. Retina Today. 2015:62- 65.
3 Chiang MF, Wang L, Busuioc M, et al. Telemedical retinopathy of prematurity diagnosis: accuracy, reliability, and image quality. Arch Ophthalmol. 2007;125(11):1531-1538.
4 Ells AL, Holmes JM, Astle WF, et al. Telemedicine approach to screening for severe retinopathy of prematurity: a pilot study. Ophthalmology. 2003;110(11):2113-2117.
5 Wu C, Peterson RA, VanderVeen DK. RetCam imaging for retinopathy of prematurity screening. J AAPOS. 2006;10(2):107-111.
6 Data on file. Natus Medical Incorporated.