Systems for Static Vessel Analysis

The systems of static vessel analysis offer an innovative solution for the evaluation of the condition of vessels.

Designed for use in clinical routine, they provide important parameters and information on patients’ individual risk of developing cardiovascular diseases and events (e.g. heart attack and stroke), diabetes mellitus and obesity, as well as ocular circulatory disorders.

Testing principle

  1. The imaging system automatically sends a standardised image of the ocular fundus to the software.
  2. In this image all essential arterial and venous vessels are marked according to the protocol of the ARIC study. Therefore, a measurement grid (ring zone) is placed on the image.
  3. The SVA system now determines the static vessel parameters for these areas including:
  • Central retinal arteriolar equivalent (CRAE): arterial model vessel diameter
  • Central retinal venular equivalent (CRVE): venous model vessel diameter
  • Arteriolar-to-venular ratio (AVR): CRAE/​CRVE ratio

These parameters are valid biomarkers that can be used as risk factors or prognosis indicators for vascular diseases and vascular events in the eye as well as other organs.

Detecting risk factors early on: Fast and precise assessment of the vascular condition using the systems for static vessel analysis

Our product portfolio includes various systems for static vessel analysis. Varying in price, the individual solutions combine an imaging system with the innovative analysis software VesselMap aric and offer different options, such as various image angles or the possibility of fluorescence angiography. Furthermore, they can easily be integrated into already existing practice environments.
You can also update your existing imaging systems. Our Customer Service is happy to advise you and check if your existing hardware is compatible with our products

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Static Vessel Analyzer SVA-DRS (BASIC system)

The BASIC system is a cost-effective version which is very easy to operate. Fundus images are recorded automatically and require no special previous knowledge. All images taken have a consistently good quality.

  • Imaging system: DRS from CenterVue
  • Non-mydriatic examination
  • Integrated notebook for image management and implementation of vessel analysis
  • Integrated analysis software VesselMap aric (depending on desired reference study)
  • Integrated VISUALIS software module for handling image acquisition and patient-related storage of images and examination results

Static Vessel Analyzer SVA-IM RC 3.0 (STANDARD system)

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This inhouse development enables an efficient analysis and examination with dilated pupils (mydriasis):

  • Imaging system: IM-RC 3.0 from Imedos
  • Mydriatic examination
  • Integrated notebook for image management and implementation of vessel analysis
  • Integrated analysis software VesselMap aric (depending on desired reference study)
  • Integrated VISUALIS software module for handling image acquisition and patient-related storage of images and examination results

Static Vessel Analyzer SVA-TRC-NW8 (PREMIUM system)

The PREMIUM system offers users a very flexible and high-quality imaging system with a variety of options:

  • Imaging system: Topcon fundus camera TRC-NW8 with the TopConnect module
  • Non-mydriatic examination
  • Integrated notebook for image management and implementation of vessel analysis
  • Integrated analysis software VesselMap aric (depending on desired reference study)
  • Integrated VISUALIS software module for handling image acquisition and patient-related storage of images and examination results
  • User flexibility with a wide range of functions: Different image angles and numerous recording modes (e.g. colour, red-free and fluorescence)
  • Optional change between auto function and manual mode

Module for oxygen saturation

Some of our systems for static vessel analysis can also be upgraded with the software module for oxygen saturation. This module facilitates the determination of the relative oxygen saturation in the arteries and veins as well as the arteriovenous difference, a reflection of the oxygen consumption in the associated tissue.

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