ArcScan Announces Sale of Insight® 100 Device for Ophthalmic Imaging to Walter Reed Medical Center and Naval Hospital Camp LeJeune

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ArcScan, Inc., developer of state-of-the-art ophthalmic imaging technology, announced today that the company has closed sales for its Insight® 100 device to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD, and Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, NC.

The Insight® 100 is able to image past the iris and the ciliary body to the ciliary sulcus—but the accuracy, reproducibility, and speed of ArcScan’s device far exceeds what is possible with traditional manual UBM

ArcScan, Inc., developer of state-of-the-art ophthalmic imaging technology, announced today that the company has closed sales for its Insight® 100 device to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD, and Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, NC.

The Insight® 100, ArcScan’s FDA 510(k)-cleared precision point-and-shoot ultrasound device for imaging and biometry of the eye, is indicated for refractive surgical planning and evaluation of anterior segment pathology. The Insight® 100 images and measures anterior chamber depth, angle-to-angle width, individual corneal layers, sulcus-to-sulcus width, anterior and posterior capsular surfaces, and more—with micron level precision and repeatability, all in a patient-friendly device.

“The Insight® 100 offers so much more than our current ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM) platform does,” said Won Kim, MD, ophthalmologist at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. “Of course, the Insight® 100 is able to image past the iris and the ciliary body to the ciliary sulcus—but the accuracy, reproducibility, and speed of ArcScan’s device far exceeds what is possible with traditional manual UBM. We can finally obtain accurate sulcus-to-sulcus measurements to help with implantable contact lens (ICL) planning, and reproducible scans and measurements to accurately follow masses or other anterior segment structures over time.”

“The Insight® 100 allows technicians—not just physicians—to obtain valuable scans with ease, just like obtaining an OCT scan or a biometry measurement,” Dr. Kim said. “As a result, UBM scans will be ordered far more frequently, enhancing patient care without obstructing patient flow in a busy clinic environment.”

Dr. Kim is also excited about the benefits of the Insight® 100 for research. “Research is a core part of our mission. Being able to obtain easy, accurate, high-quality, reproducible UBM images will open up many avenues of research, such as imaging and measuring the supraciliary lake after Cypass implantation, characterizing preoperative sulcus measurements, proper ICL sizing, and many others,” said Dr. Kim.

Tamil Singh, ArcScan’s VP of Sales and Marketing, is working closely with the department of ophthalmology at Walter Reed and the department of ophthalmology and refractive surgery at Naval Hospital Camp LeJeune on integrating the Insight® 100 into the clinics.

“We are very proud to announce sales of our computer-controlled ophthalmic ultrasound diagnostic device, the Insight® 100, to the ophthalmology departments at Walter Reed Hospital and Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune. We look forward to providing their ophthalmologists with the game-changing diagnostic ultrasound imaging capabilities of the Insight® 100 to drive advanced patient care, diagnosis, and data, as well as better clinical and surgical outcomes,” Singh said.

“I am particularly excited about this order from such a renowned organization,” said Andy Levien, CEO of ArcScan. “The needs of Walter Reed are a perfect fit with the clinical touchpoints of value that the Insight® 100 provides. Through the research at Walter Reed and our own team, we look forward to building an ever larger portfolio of applications for Dr. Kim and his team. Nothing could make me happier than knowing we are a part of providing better patient care for our military and veterans!”

To learn more about the ArcScan Insight 100 for ophthalmic imaging or to schedule a demonstration, visit http://www.arcscan.com, email info(at)arcscan(dot)com or call +1 720.399.8500 or +1 877.363.SCAN (7226) from outside of North America. The Insight® 100 will also be available for demonstration at the upcoming annual American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) conference and exhibit in New Orleans at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center (MCC) from Nov 11 to 14, 2017. You can visit ArcScan at booth #2203.

Media Inquiries:
Tamil M. Singh
phone: +1 877.363.SCAN (7226)
direct: +1 720.773.8551
tsingh(at)arcscan(dot)com

About ArcScan: ArcScan is continually evolving ultrasound to provide ophthalmologists with new insights into the true anatomy of the anterior segment of the eye, including areas behind the iris. ArcScan’s mission is to enable better care and treatment in ophthalmology by driving improved outcomes in refractive, corneal, cataract, and glaucoma surgery.

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