Hi Scan Touch

The elevated technological content of the HiScan Touch, A/B-Scan ultrasound and UBM, allows exceptional performance in the diagnosis and measurement of anterior and posterior sections thanks to the extreme precision of the images, guaranteed by the use of advanced technology.

REvolution is a stand-alone system that uses advanced software and has a complete range of probes.

HiScan Touch "Basic" allows echography with probes up to 20 MHz, but on request can be upgraded for use with high frequency (25, 35 and 50 MHz) probes. HiScan Touch "Full" is already set up to perform echographies at 12, 20, 25, 35 and 50 MHz. Both models perform A-Scan biometry and immersion and contact A-Scan on B-Scan, A-Scan diagnosis and Pachymetry. The acquired images and results of image carried out on patients are saved in a special database that is compatible with Access.

Thanks to its extremely high sensitivity, the 12 MHz B-Scan probe allows acquisition of details images of the posterior segment and especially the vitreous and the orbit.

The 20 MHz probe, with a resolution of up to 150 microns and a scanning depth greater than 40mm, is particularly indicated for the diagnosis of retinal and choroidal pathologies.

The 25 MHz probe is the highest frequency and so provides the highest resolution of all the probes designed for diagnosis of the posterior segment on the market.

Thanks to its swinging movement, the wide angle scanning probe allows the examination of the entire anterior segment of the eye without the need for image elaboration software.

The 35 MHz probe has a resolution of up to 70 microns and a scanning depth of up to 7-8mm. These characteristics, along with its elevated sensitivity, make it particularly suited to the visualization of the entire anterior segment and to use with the touch UBM technique.

The 50 MHz probe has a resolution of up to 35 micron with a scanning depth of up to 5mm. These characteristics make it suited to the extremely high resolutions studies of the iridocorneal angle and the specific structures of the anterior segment.