Axis Medical Canada Inc.
West / Ouest: 1 888 855-6558 Ontario: 1 800 267-5597 Québec: 1 877 388-1515
The HOCT-1F provides High-speed Scan, High-quality Image by using Huvitz’s outstanding optical technology and innovative image software. Shows extensive information, such as 3D structure of Retina, Macula's thickness and separation, in a vivid image.
By combining OCT, Full-Color Fundus Camera, and PC, it can generate high-resolution images providing multi-purpose functions for diagnosis. It saves both time and space by performing frontal view(Enface) of eye diseases, Tomography, cross-compare and diagnosis in a single run.
It creates 3μm OCT Digital Resolution images, allowing for a precise retina observation and useful follow-up examinations. It scans up to 68,000 points per second in order to create a high-quality optical image.
HOCT-1F comes with a built-in camera capable of acquiring high-resolution images of the retina. The system automatically measures the pupil size and adjusts the intensity of the flash accordingly to get the best result possible.
Patient's test data can be analyzed anywhere on your Intranet. You can check and analyze all data of HOCT through Web Browser such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome.
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*
CAO (Victoria)July 12, 2019
Salon Vision (Montreal)November 8 & 9, 2019
Devices advertised may not have been licensed in accordance with Canadian law.