The ICON GO camera delivers the same stunning high-resolution, high-contrast retinal images as our cart-based system, but now enables transportability to service a wide array of clinical sites including satellite hospitals, critical care facilities and remote screening locations.
NeoLight, a leading provider of advanced ophthalmic imaging solutions, announced the release of the Phoenix ICON™ GO camera, a portable hand-held, wide-angle retinal imaging system.
The new addition to the ICON series bolsters the company’s reputation for delivering stunning high-resolution, high-contrast retinal images on both light and dark retinas, and now enables transportability to service a wide array of clinical sites including satellite hospitals, critical care facilities and remote areas.
The ICON GO camera employs the same breakthrough image quality mastered by the ICON™ cart-based imaging system while meeting demanding healthcare information security requirements. The ICON GO camera integrates smoothly with healthcare information systems with built-in DICOM features and pairs easily with teleophthalmology platforms.
Like its cart-based sibling, the ICON GO camera supports imaging on battery for up to 6 hours and requires minimal training.
The ICON GO camera empowers physicians to bring retinal imaging closer to patients in multiple locations outside of the treatment hub, which enables them to effectively deliver care to more patients without requiring the patients to travel to a central location.
Additionally, the photo documentation can help enhance patient-physician engagement, adherence to follow-up exams, and remote patient monitoring through telehealth services.
With the release of the ICON GO camera, NeoLight, has introduced new features to make patient-to-patient infection control easier by adding support for a built-in infection control audit log that pairs with new disinfection hardware added to the camera holster.
Now a single hospital system can acquire a ICON GO to enable their ophthalmologists, photographers and nurses to use it in different sites throughout their network.
In essence, the camera follows the imager wherever he or she needs to go and reduces the need for the patient to be transferred.
This alleviates challenges for the family, for the patient, and simplifies care in normal times but even more so during fraught times like we’re facing today.”
Real-time, on-screen zoom with ability to pan across the magnified field of view
LIGHT SOURCE: FUNDUS
Interchangeable white LED light module in hand piece
LIGHT SOURCE: IVFA
Interchangeable blue LED light module in hand piece for fluorescein angiography
Single lens provides 100-degree wide field of view for retina survey, with illumination throughout the field of view.
Keyboard, foot pedal, and touch screen, including illumination and gain controls to optimize image quality and patient comfort
Up to 2 minutes of 15 fps video, with single frame export option
IMAGE EXPORT OPTIONS
Raw (TIFF) with and without patient data JPEG (compressed) with or without patient data
DICOM with patient data
PACS/RIS INTEGRATION IMAGE TRANSFER
Easily export images for automatic transfer to a DICOM-compliant PACS
COMPUTER AND TRANSIT CASE
17.5 lbs., 37 lbs in transit case, 55 lbs overall shipping weight
Unit suitable for tabletop use
16.8” x 12.7” x 2.2” (holster down)
19.7” x 12.7” (holster arm up-can overhang a table)
28” x 24” x 20” overall shipping dimensions
COMPUTER & DISPLAY
Included laptop with 15” high definition touch screen
Built-in soaking cup, for cleaning hand piece tip, and software soak timer with disinfection log
Two rechargeable batteries and external charger. Image on battery up to 6 hours
Hardened Windows 10 Pro SECURITY FEATURES Security event logging, operator usernames and roles, encryption, strong passwords
Built-in software firewall enabled
Operates on battery. Charges with 220V or 110V AC 50-60 Hz city current