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Keratoconus: Artemis 2

Artemis 2

Ultralink LLC.

The Artemis is the world's first very high frequency (VHF) digital ultrasound eye arc-scanner. It takes advantage of the accuracy of ultrasound (and at very high-frequency) together with the 3D mapping capabilities of a scanner. In cases where there is any question regarding candidacy for surgery, Artemis is used to be certain, and confirm safety or determine unsuitability. The accuracy of the Artemis is approximately 1-micron. It has a +/- 1% chance of error.

The earliest possible detection and monitoring of Keratoconus.

The “crystal ball”  is able to detect/screen for keratoconus by using 3D imaging in great clarity before any corneal surface signs or symptoms appear. The Artemis™ VHF digital ultrasound is the most advanced and accurate device to perform pachymetry, including with the Epithelium profile where the early detection and diagnoses of Keratoconus can happen. The Artemis
produces a 3D image, which means it detects the thinnest point, and is able to display a profile of the true depth of the cornea as a whole image. It’s the prelude to the Slit-Lamp of the future.

Extreme accuracy in corneal pachymetry. 

Ability to measure corneal flaps in 3D with 1-µm precision. 

Ability to measure residual stromal beds in 3D for safe planning of enhancement LASIK surgery. 

Ability to accurately diagnose the sub-surface cause of complications of corneal refractive surgery. 

Unparalleled accuracy in single-sweep 3D angle-to-angle or sulcus-to-sulcus measurements. 

High-resolution B-scan imaging of the anterior or posterior chamber. 

Anatomical post-operative monitoring of IOL position. 

Diagnostics for complications post-IOL surgery.


Artemis is the world's first very high frequency digital ultrasound eye arc-scanner. Using patented 3D Arc-scanning technology, Artemis provides microscopic resolution images and precision measurement capabilities of the cornea and anterior segments of the human eye. Artemis is a very high frequency (VHF) ultrasound eye scanner. In use, the patient leans forward placing their head onto an adjustable headrest. The headrest's unique design permits the patient to pull away quickly from the scanner if desired. An eyecup filled with a saline-based interface fluid couples the ultrasound signal to the eye, while a precision mechanism moves the transducer past the front of the eye. During the accurately controlled arc motion of the transducer, which lasts less than one second, many thousands of ultrasound samples are digitized. Following a scan, signal analysis is performed on a PC-compatible microcomputer, and the data are available for immediate viewing on an LCD monitor or archival storage to disc media. 




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