Swept Source Optical Coherence Tomography
Images Courtesy: Prof J.M. Ruiz Moreno, Universidad Castilla la Mancha, Albacete, Spain
- First commercially available retinal Swept Source OCT
- Extreme fast scanning speed of 100,000 A-scans/sec
- 1050 nm; penetrates through cataracts & hemmorrhages easily
- 12 mm wide scan covers the macular area to the disc: perfect visualisation of choroidal structures
High quality images
Discover what lies beneath. DRI OCT Swept Source OCT reveals perfect visualization of the choroidal structures. Explore the unseen in the vitreous body, the choroid and anterior segment.
"Swept Source adds a new dimension to OCT. The TOPCON DRI Swept Source OCT is easy to use, provides unique clinical information, and has improved my practice. For the first time we can in-vivo visualize not only
the vitreo-retinal interface but also the cortical vitreous which is important at the time when more and more therapies are delivered via intra-vitreal injections. Deeper imaging brings choroidal assessment into the picture and
shows the role and value of measuring choroidal thickness, helping guide my clinical decisions. Seeing more helps guide my therapy and allows me to treat more effectively. I find Swept Source OCT an essential tool to look for biomarkers of disease regression or progression."
Professor Paulo E. Stanga, MD, consultant ophthalmologist, vitreoretinal surgeon and professor of ophthalmology and retinal regeneration at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital in Manchester, England, describes the importance of bringing optical coherence tomography (OCT) into the OR. Professor Stanga began using OCT in 1998, and he now feels that OCT is strongly linked with Topcon, as Topcon was a pioneer in the field, releasing the first system with 3D rendering software in 2006. In 2012, Topcon introduced the first retinal Swept Source OCT.
Topcon OCT legacy
In 2006 Topcon was the first company to introduce a commercial Spectral Domain OCT. Spectral Domain (SD) had many advantages over Time Domain OCT. The first SD OCT of a whole Topcon line was the Topcon 3D OCT-1000, which incorporated a true colour fundus camera, which proved to be a valuable tool in OCT analysis.
In 2009 Topcon introduced the next model, the 3D OCT-2000 and the 3D OCT-2000FA+ which converted the OCT into a unique multi-modal tool for OCT imaging, true colour images, FA and FAF images.
In 2012 Topcon introduced the first commercial retinal Swept Source OCT, the DRI OCT Atlantis. The Atlantis Swept Source OCT produces stunning images of the vitreous body and choroidal structures.
In 2013 Topcon introduced the world’s first fully automated SD OCT with integrated true colour fundus camera, the 3D OCT-1 Maestro. The 3D OCT-1 Maestro is operated by 1 touch of your finger tip, which is unique in the world.
In 2014 Topcon introduced a combined anterior & posterior Swept Source OCT, the DRI OCT Triton. The Topcon DRI OCT Triton incorporates full color high resolution fundus photography and FA & FAF imaging. FA & FAF imaging is a factory option.
Swept Source Technology: Discover what lies beneath
The Swept Source OCT is a huge improvement compared to Spectral Domain OCT. With Swept Source considerable additional details can be seen due to 1050 nm wavelength. Besides that, this wavelength penetrates more easily through cataracts and hemorrhages. The high speed scanning of 100.000 A-scan/sec is patient friendly for elderly patients, young children and patients with severe AMD. Patients are not distracted by the invisible 1050nm wavelength, which is convenient for the operator and patient.
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DRI OCT Triton, Swept Source OCT with Multi Modal Imaging
Topcon continuous its philosophy of developing innovative technologies with the introduction of a new series of DRI OCT Triton Swept Source devices.
Topcon is the first in the world to introduce a combined anterior and posterior Swept Source OCT, the Topcon DRI OCT Triton. Next to Swept Source, the Topcon DRI OCT Triton incorporates true colour fundus imaging and FA and FAF imaging. A solid, track proven combination.
DRI OCT Triton - a versatile diagnostic tool
With Topcon DRI OCT Triton you can scan the complete eye. The Topcon DRI OCT Triton offers a unique combination of anterior and posterior OCT imaging. In both cases very detailed structures are revealed.
The Triton offers a true colour, non mydriatic fundus image as well. This unique feature is a perfect tool for identifying the location of scans in the eye. The Topcon DRI OCT Triton Plus offers a multi modal true fundus imaging, with additionally FA and FAF imaging for even more diagnostic possibilities.