Heidelberg Engineering

Franklin,  MA 
United States
  • Booth: 39

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Heidelberg Engineering continuously optimizes imaging and healthcare IT technologies to provide ophthalmic diagnostic solutions that empower clinicians to improve patient care. From its inception in 1990, the company has collaborated with scientists, clinicians and industry to develop innovative products that deliver clinically relevant benefits. 




    SPECTRALIS is a multimodal, upgradeable imaging platform that provides clinicians with the repeatability and accuracy to make confident clinical decisions, efficiently manage patients and images, and succeed in a changing healthcare environment....

  • The unique design allows clinicians to configure SPECTRALIS to their specific diagnostic workflow needs. Each SPECTRALIS OCT system includes:

    • Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope: Combines the selectivity of laser light with the pinpoint resolution of confocal scanning to provide image detail and clarity not available from traditional fundus photography.
    • TruTrack™ Active Eye Tracking: A patented imaging technology that actively tracks the eye during scanning to mitigate for eye movement.
    • Heidelberg Noise Reduction™: A proprietary technology that reduces the noise inherent in scanning laser imaging by capturing multiple images in the exact same location.
    • AutoRescan™: Uses retinal recognition technology to automatically position the OCT scan in the same anatomic location at follow up to precisely track change over time.
    • Heidelberg Eye Explorer (HEYEX™) Networking Solutions: Allow for remote image review and analysis.

    Additional add-on modules and features include:  

    • OCT2 Module: Offers increased scan speed of 85,000 Hz and enhanced image contrast across a larger depth from vitreous through choroid.
    • Glaucoma Module Premium Edition: Provides a comprehensive analysis of the optic nerve head, retinal nerve fiber layer, and ganglion cell layer by precisely matching unique scan patterns to the fine anatomic structures relevant in glaucoma diagnostics.
    • Anterior Segment Module: Enables high-resolution OCT imaging of cornea, sclera, and anterior chamber angles.
    • MultiColor™ Scanning Laser Imaging: Provides diagnostic images showing distinct structures at different depths within the retina.
    • And more…
  • Heidelberg Eye Explorer
    HEYEX 2 is a complete ophthalmic image management solution for Heidelberg devices designed to streamline workflow and enhance data security while providing versatile clinical tools in a comprehensive platform for imaging and data management....

  • The HEYEX 2 Platform for Image Management and Device Integration

    • Data Security: Features a state-of-the-art SQL database that supports healthcare IT standards including DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine), HL7 (Health Level Seven International) and the IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) initiative. With extensive user and group management as well as comprehensive auditing capabilities, provides full control over access to clinical data.
    • Workflow Efficiency: Designed to streamline workflow within an individual practice and across practice locations. Efficient data pre-processing enables clinicians to access clinical images faster, while the modern architecture of the platform allows for simultaneous access to the same patient record by multiple users.
    • Versatile Clinical Tools: Offers an intuitive user interface that provides instant access to a patient’s complete examination history. The ability to visualize diagnostic images from multiple visits simultaneously allows clinicians to make a more informed clinical decision. 

  • HRT3 RCM
    HRT3 RCM is a compact ophthalmic device that utilizes confocal scanning laser microscopy to provide high-resolution images of the cornea and external ocular structures....

  • HRT3 RCM enables clinicians to navigate through the cornea at the cellular level and select their preferred scanning depth for a comprehensive in vivo assessment of all corneal layers – from epithelium to endothelium, including the quantitative assessment of endothelial cells. Key benefits include:

    • Acquire high-resolution en face images of corneal cells and structures for a confident diagnosis and follow-up of corneal diseases and dystrophies.
    • Investigate the conjunctiva, the limbus, the eye lid, or meibomian glands to assess pathologies that effect these external ocular structures.
    • Assess corneal nerves at a microscopic level.
    • Combine the diagnostic information of HRT3 RCM with other Heidelberg Engineering devices, using the speed and security of HEIDELBERG EYE EXPLORER HEYEX 2 image management.

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