Canon U.S.A is set to exhibit its new teleretinal imaging solution and eye care devices at the American Academy of Optometry annual meeting.
The event will take place from 9 to 12 November 2016 in Anaheim, California.
The company will showcase its CR-2 PLUS AF digital non-mydriatic retinal camera and imageSPECTRUM image management system software at the event.
Healthcare professionals can use the CR-2 PLUS AF camera and imageSPECTRUM software with Windows 7 with SQL 2012 or Windows 10 with SQL 2016 operating systems to carry out retinal screenings.
They will quickly transmit the images to doctors' offices in both domestic and abroad, helping them in the diagnosis.
The camera features a non-invasive Fundus Autofluorescence imaging mode, which offers the reviewer with the ability to quickly evaluate the condition of the RPE layer.
Canon’s imageSPECTRUM image management software features digital RGB filters that can assist in the critical viewing of suspect pathologies.
The software enables healthcare professionals to use the opacity suppression selectable filter tool to inhibit the effect of ocular opacities in an image, helping to correct blur and enhance the clarity of blood vessels.
Canon will also showcase CR-2 AF digital non-mydriatic retinal camera, RK-F2 full auto ref-keratometer and TX-20 full auto tonometer at the event.
Canon U.S.A provides consumer, business-to-business, and industrial digital imaging solutions to the US, Latin America and the Caribbean markets, excluding Mexico.