AngioPlex® OCT Angiography from ZEISS ushers in a new era in eye care with non-invasive imaging of retinal microvasculature – taking glaucoma and retinal disease management and treatment planning to the next level. By offering comprehensive tools for assessing and analyzing a range of pathologies, ZEISS provides a complete OCT solution.
Integrating OCT Angiography into your practice provides advanced care for your patients and the advanced technology you need to support the demands of today's aging population.
Non-invasive, dyeless angiography
Unlike other OCTA technologies, ZEISS AngioPlex enables the visualization of both vascular and structural information from a single, non-invasive scan. Watch the video to understand how it works.
OCTA for Diabetic Retinopathy, Age-related Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma & more
OCT Angiography is known to reveal early indicators of many ocular diseases. ZEISS AngioPlex provides the practitioner with advanced imaging of patients suffering from vision loss due to diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, AMD and other eye conditions.
Fast & Easy
AngioPlex image capture with Single Scan Simplicity and FastTrac™ lets you scan at the highest resolution, minimizing artifacts from blinks and other eye movements, and without sacrificing patient throughput. Watch the video to understand how it works.
Manage your patients longer
According to a recent survey*, the majority of AngioPlex users have incorporated OCTA into their disease management protocol—AMD (90%), DR (88%) and diseases of the vasculature (85%). ZEISS AngioPlex is designed to support long-term patient management and guides clinicians on when to intervene or refer.
*Pekelis M, Durbin M, Ge B, “Clinical usage patterns of OCT Angiography,” poster presentation, Sonoma Eye 2018, Sonoma, CA, USA
The AngioPlex Montage is very useful in allowing me to quickly identify the presence of neovascularization (both NVD and NVE) in proliferative diabetic retinopathy without the use of fluorescein dye.Scott S. Lee¹, MD, East Bay Retina, USA
AngioPlex Montage from ZEISS delivers widefield OCTA with up to a 50° field of view, helping clinicians visualize vasculature aiding in the diagnosis of diseases affecting the macula and peripheral retina such as diabetic retinopathy and branch retinal vein occlusion. Detail-rich images enable quick and comprehensive vascular assessment and can be an excellent tool for patient education.
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Despite being a relatively new technology, clinicians are beginning to see and understand how integrating OCTA can enhance patient and disease management. To see this for yourself, download the PDF below.
Automated segmentation on ZEISS AngioPlex offers clinicians several preset segmentation capabilities that isolate layers deep into the retina and choroid with just a click. This is especially useful for a comprehensive evaluation of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and identification of conversion from dry to wet AMD.
Available presets on AngioPlex: Vitreoretinal interface (VRI), Superficial, Deep, Avascular, RPE to RPE fit (new), Sub-RPE Retina, Choriocapillaries, Choroid, Retina and Outer Retina to Choriocapillaris (new)
Scroll through the images to see how automated segmentation helps disease management.
VRI (Vitreoretinal Interface)
Observe neovascularization elsewhere (NVE) associated with proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR).
ORCC (Outer Retina to Choriocapillaris)
More easily visualize classic or occult choroidal neovascularization (CNV).
RPE to RPE fit
Highlights disruptions to the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) layer, and can provide improved visualization of CNV.
The user can manually measure regions of interest and compare them over time using:
- The Freeform tool which measures area and perimeter
- The Circle tool which measures diameter and area
- The Caliper tool which measures distance in milimeters
AngioPlex for ONH allows us to view the radial peripapillary capillaries – making it possible for us to detect focal glaucomatous perfusion defects.Grace Richter², MD, MPH, USC Roski Eye Institute, USA
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1,2 The statements of the healthcare professionals reflect only their personal opinions and experiences and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of any institution with whom they are affiliated. The healthcare professionals have no contractual or other financial relationship with Carl Zeiss Meditec AG or Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc., and received no financial support for these statements.