1. New OCT-A device allows imaging of nonsedated infants

    New OCT-A device allows imaging of nonsedated infants

    The development of a no-contact, handheld OCT-A probe has allowed the first images to be captured of nonsedated infants, according to a speaker here. “It’s a real challenge to examine infants in clinic, let alone really image them. We came up with a unit that will allow us to image infants undergoing anesthesia. This particular unit is a portable, flex module that uses a modified tabletop system and is mounted on its armature. It can easily be pulled into the OR and image there. It allows us not only to obtain OCT, but OCTA, fluorescein angiography and ICG images ...

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