Axis Medical Canada Inc.
West / Ouest: 1 888 855-6558 Ontario: 1 800 267-5597 Québec: 1 877 388-1515
EIDON AF represents the natural evolution of Eidon TrueColor Confocal Scanner, including all its features and functionalities, preserving its unsurpassed quality of images, and adding autofluorescence imaging capabilities.
EIDON AF with Autofluorescence capability is now an extraordinary tool for obtaining multiple types of high-value information from multiple imaging modalities.
Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF) imaging is a non-invasive technique which provides information on retinal metabolism and health, by showing changes in the integrity of the Retinal Pigment Epithelial (RPE) layer.
FAF imaging may help to understand metabolic alterations of the RPE in the pathogenesis of several retinal disorders. FAF provides this clinically useful information by taking an image based on the distribution pattern of fluorescent pigments accumulating in the RPE, such as lipofuscin. RPE dysfunction is visualized as an increased FAF signal, that is bright areas in the image, corresponding to lipofuscin accumulation RPE or photoreceptor death is visualized as a decreased FAF signal. That is dark areas in the image, corresponding to lipofuscin absence.
We are leaders in the industry providing you with the latest medical technology that helps grow your revenue and solidifies the relationship between you and your patients. We have four offices across Canada with local after-sales service and support for you. As well, we have an experienced, dedicated sales staff available to consult with you, ensuring all of your needs are met. We have developed relationships with suppliers from around the world to bring you reliable, high-quality ophthalmic technology, since 1980.
9260 Boul. Des Sciences
1 877 388-1515
111 Adam Street, Unit B
1 800 267-5597
#1 - 1520 Cliveden Avenue
Delta (Vancouver), BC
1 888 855-6558
Advanced Optical Solutions (AOS)
67 Avenue Mowat, Suite 030
*By appointment only*
BCDO - OPTOFAIRFebruary 29th 2020
OAO (Toronto)Friday April 3rd, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m
Devices advertised may not have been licensed in accordance with Canadian law.