Axis Medical Canada Inc.
West / Ouest: 1 888 855-6558 Ontario: 1 800 267-5597 East / Est: 1 877 388-1515
B-scanner, Biometer, Pachymeter, and A-Diagnostic – all in one.
The UD-800 was developed to satisfy all your expectations. Features like annular array probes, high-resolution touch-screen, and data communication via USB or LAN makes this device easy to operate, efficient and fast. You simply have to choose the features you want. With its included 10 MHz unique 2-ring array B-Scan probe and the A-Scan biometry probe the UD-800 is a fantastic tool for high-end performance.
An intuitive software guides you easily through all measurements, which can be printed out either with the built-in printer or on an external printer (sold separately), or simply save the data on the internal database or on a PC (sold separately).
Decide for more options now or later – with the optional 40 MHz linear UBM or 20 MHz Pachymetry probe – they are all easy to attach. Even A-diagnostic with the log, linear or S-mode is no problem.
Advanced vitreous diagnostic examination due to the new optimized wide field tissue penetration mode.
Membrane waterproofed cap (disposable) provides fast and easy testing without the need for a water bath. Thanks to this technology you are able to examine your patient in an upright position with much more comfort – for you and your patient.
We are leaders in the industry providing you with the latest medical technology that helps grow your revenue and solidifies the relationship between you and your patients. We have four offices across Canada with local after-sales service and support for you. As well, we have an experienced, dedicated sales staff available to consult with you, ensuring all of your needs are met. We have developed relationships with suppliers from around the world to bring you reliable, high-quality ophthalmic technology, since 1980.
9260 Boul. Des Sciences
1 877 388-1515
111 Adam Street, Unit B
1 800 267-5597
#1 - 1520 Cliveden Avenue
Delta (Vancouver), BC
1 888 855-6558
Devices advertised may not have been licensed in accordance with Canadian law.