Ellex Integre Pro Scan

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Whether accurately positioning focal treatment in the macular area, or performing PRP in the periphery, Integre Pro Scan™ provides a pattern and wavelength for every pathology.

The system offers a comprehensive array of pattern combinations: shape, size, and rotation can be fully customized in order to best meet your clinical requirements. Patterns of up to 16 spots can be delivered sequentially, as well as single spots. In addition, the system’s computer-controlled operation ensures precise pattern spacing and consistent shaping of laser spots and patterns for more accurate, consistent treatment results.

Integre Pro Scan™ also provides a number of wavelength configurations, including two dual-wavelength configurations. This includes a high-power yellow and red configuration that delivers the full treatment spectrum of a traditional three-color multi-color photocoagulator.

1.yellow-red configuration (561 nm and 670 nm)
2.green-red configuration (532 nm and 670 nm)
3.green configuration (532 nm)
4.yellow configuration (561 nm)


Wavelength Characteristics

561nm Yellow: maximal absorption in hemoglobin with negligible absorption in macular xanthophyll.

The 561nm yellow wavelength approximates the peak absorption of hemoglobin, is well absorbed by melanin in the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) but has minimal absorption by xanthophyll in the neurosensory retina —making it ideal for treatments in and around the macula. It also produces less scatter, which permits superior transmission through existing opacities. With the 561nm yellow wavelength, you have more control over the laser-tissue interaction, which creates a more predictable, controlled burn. In addition, treatment can be performed at lower power levels, creating significantly less discomfort for the patient.

670nm Red: deep, gentle penetration for effective treatment of choroidal vessels.

The 670nm wavelength features low absorption by hemoglobin, improving its transmission through minor pre-retinal, sub-retinal or intra-retinal hemorrhage. In addition, its penetration depth is ideal for selectively treating choroidal vessels, while helping to preserve the integrity of the overlying retinal layers. 670nm offers less scatter than the yellow wavelength, making it ideal for transmission through a cloudy cornea or lens. The results are gentle, deep retinal tissue penetration and effective treatment of choroidal vessels.

532nm Green: the standard of care for common procedures, such as panretinal photocoagulation.

The 532nm wavelength is primarily absorbed by melanin and hemoglobin, making it ideally suited for treatment applications involving the RPE layer and new blood vessels. For example, pan-retinal photocoagulation (PRP).