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Corneal EyeTop 2005 Topographer

This topographer is designed and developed by using the latest technology for corneal topography. The advanced features and superior reliability makes EyeTop the first choice of the ophthalmologist.

Topographer Features:
Improved acquisition procedure with best-focus algorithm, in order to reduce errors and to get very accurate corneal maps. The topographer comes with "EyeTop" CSO software, which allows to:
  • Set advanced rings editing
  • Analyze the kerato-refractive indices of the cornea
  • Set axial and instantaneous maps
  • Elaborate absolute, normalized or adjustable scales
  • Show a complete visual quality summary
  • Display curvature in millimeters or diopters, asphericity in p, e, Q, SF
  • Set up to 4 on-screen maps comparison, for axial curvatures, instantaneous and refractive powers
  • Set differential maps for instantaneous, axial and refractive maps.
  • Perform a complete wavefront Zernike's polynomial analysis
  • Simulate a contact lens application with preferred lens management
  • Work in network with the Digital Slit Lamp
 
 
 

SL 990 Elite Digital Slit Lamp

The SL 990 ELITE is placed on top of Slit Lamp gamma due to its merging high quality optics with high resolution digital camera and a complete sophisticated software package. It is based on a multilayered antireflection treatment that ensures a more effective light transmission which improves both optic resolution & contrast. The Digital Vision System in SL 990 has excellent digital camera with a Sony CCD sensor with maximum resolution of 1392 x 1040 pixels.

Features:
  • Easy pictures and video acquisition
  • Live video window
  • Unlimited Images gallery
  • Images comparison
  • Measurements tools
  • Drawing tools
  • Image processing standard tools
  • User-definable calibrations
 
 
 

IOL MASTER 500

The IOLMaster 500 is a comprehensive and non contact biometer which delivers high-precision IOL power calculations with exceptional convenience. It offers a range of recognized formulas for the automatic calculation of the targeted IOL. It is simple, intuitive and fast.

Features:
  • Increased Speed - In individual practice studies, the new IOLMaster 500 has been shown to complete all measurements in as few as 80 seconds*.
  • Dual-mode Measurements - Axial length and keratometry calculations can be collected simultaneously, at the push of a button.
  • Composite Signal Filtering - New sound filtering technology excludes poor readings and increases the percentage of cataract patients that can be measured.
  • Seamless Data Integration with the Synergy Ultrasound A-scan - This time-saving feature allows easy workflow integration of A-scan ultrasound biometry for difficult cases, such as extremely dense cataracts.
  • Easy Data Transfer to the Holladay Consultant Program - The Holladay II formula has become very popular among physicians in North America.
  • New Graphical User Interface: With green, red and yellow "traffic light" reporting, technicians of all experience levels can achieve highly accurate diagnostic results.
 
IOL Master 500 greatly simplifies IOL Power Calculation for patients with the prior history of LASIK, LASEK or PRK.
 
 
 

Humphrey Visual Fields

It is an automated perimeter, wherein repeated light stimulus of varying intensities appears in different parts of the field. Fields are charted on the basis of patient's perception of these lights, while his/her eye is focused on a central spot. The results obtained from the patient are then compared with those of the age matched normal population and the amount of damage is quantified.
It is a simple, painless outpatient procedure and takes only about 15 minutes. This test is invaluable in diagnosing, and monitoring the treatment in patients with glaucoma. A patient typically requires multiple sittings of this investigation over a period of time to monitor the progression of the disease.
It is also useful in certain neurological conditions and in some conditions affecting the optic nerve of the eye.

 
 
 

Pascal Dynamic Contour Tonometer

The PASCAL Dynamic Contour Tonometer is a revolutionary new digital tonometer that provides a direct trans-corneal measurement of intra-ocular pressure (IOP), and is sensitive enough to detect the ocular pulse amplitude (OPA) due to the patient's heartbeat

Features:
  • Direct measurement of pressure - No systematic errors from force-to-pressure conversion.
  • Numerical display of result - Avoids operator bias and reading errors.
  • Each measurement comes with a Quality score - Avoid erroneous readings due to poor quality.
  • Disposable tip cover prevents contamination and potential infection - Safe and Convenient.
  • IOP measurement works correctly even on post - LASIK & Keratoconic eyes.
 
 
 

Heidelberg Retina Tomograph 3

The Heidelberg Retina Tomograph 3 (HRT 3) is a quick, non-invasive, confocal laser scanning system for imaging of the anterior and posterior segments of the eye. It comprises three modules which can be used independently or combined with each other. Following are the Modules and its feature:

Glaucoma Module:
The Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study (OHTS) has shown the HRT not only identifies those patients at high risk for developing glaucoma; it can also identify those at low risk with greater than 90% accuracy at initial assessment.
Optic disc assessment is the single most predictive factor in helping to detect glaucoma.

Retina Edema Module:
It provides 3D images of the retinal pathology and unique edema maps that can help to locate and quantify macular edema.

  • Aids early detection of Diabetic Macular edema
  • 9-zone analysis based on ETDRS
  • Identifies ,maps and quantifies edema
  • Monitors edema over the time.

Rostock Cornea Module:
It adds confocal scanning microscopy to the HRT 3, allowing for the acquisition of high resolution images of the corneal cell structure with 1 micron resolution
  • Layer –by- layer corneal imaging from epithelium to endothelium
  • LASIK and PCIOL pre and post surgical assessment
  • Assessment of corneal dystrophies
  • Monitoring the long term contact lens wearers.

 
 
 

Ellex eyecubed

The ellex eyecubed delivers highest image resolution and unparalleled sensitivity that makes it the premier device for ultrasound examination of the eye. The eyecubed has a 24 inch, wide-screen monitor for high precision viewing of real-time images and movies. It also has a built-in DVD burner.

Features:
  • High- Speed Imaging
  • Advanced Movie Technology
  • Custom Velocity Setting
  • Customized Configuration
  • Highest Signal-to –Noise Ratio
 
 
 

Spectralis

A : Spectralis OCT
 

Spectral - Domain OCT uses a significantly faster, non-mechanical technology, which simultaneously measures multiple wavelengths of reflected light across a spectrum, hence the name spectral-domain.

The combination SPECTRALIS SD-OCT and cSLO fundus imaging reveals new details through multiple perspectives of the retina. These additional views are helping redefine diagnosis and treatment of many major eye diseases.

  Features:
 
  • TruTrack™ - active eye tracking which enables accurate and repeatable alignment of OCT and fundus images
  • Heidelberg Noise Reduction™ - It provides fine image details.
  • Auto Rescan™ - Provides precise follow-up scan placement.
   
B : Spectralis FFA
 

The SPECTRALIS® confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscope (cSLO) technology enhances fluorescein angiography (FA) in two key ways:

First, a precise laser wavelength generates the peak emission of light from fluorescein dye, increasing the signal-to-noise ratio.

Secondly, confocal technology blocks out-of-focus and scattered light.

The results are dramatic. SPECTRALIS video FA provides clear, detailed images of the capillary bed in real-time and can reveal leakage that may be missed with static FA. Since no flash is involved, the patient is more comfortable and cooperative for follow-up examinations.

SPECTRALIS FA can be combined with ICG angiography (ICGA), allowing the clinician to simultaneously view both retinal and choroidal blood flow. Clinicians can watch the dye coursing through the vessels and appreciate narrowing and partial blockage not always visible in static images.

In addition, SPECTRALIS FA can also be combined with simultaneous spectral-domain OCT, providing clinicians with the exact location of the cross-sectional image. Simultaneous imaging aids in diagnosis, assists treatment planning and enhances the clinic workflow.

   
C : Spectralis ICG
 

Indocyanine green angiography (ICGA) enables imaging of the choroidal circulation below the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE). ICGA complements fluorescein angiography (FA), which captures blood flow above the RPE. Although ICG angiography is not a replacement for fluorescein, it provides adjunctive information which assists in defining the choroidal circulatory involvement in retinal pathology.

Early attempts at ICGA met with little success because image quality was poor and yielded little important clinical information. SPECTRALIS® CSLO imaging has sparked renewed interest in ICGA. Instead of the cloudy, still images traditionally associated with ICGA, the SPECTRALIS confocal technology avoids the scattered light from flash photography and produces video images of stunning clarity.

   
C : Spectralis Infrared
 

Infrared (IR) imaging is a variation of fundus photography that uses infrared light rather than white light for illumination Infrared light penetrates unclear media better than white light, which is especially helpful when imaging patients with cataracts.

SPECTRALIS® fundus imaging uses confocal technology to minimize scattered light and sharpen focus. IR images from SPECTRALIS provide clinicians sharper, more-detailed images and give patients a more comfortable examination. IR imaging may offer better visualization of epiretinal membranes and cystoid macular edema compared to fundus photography and red-free imaging. .

   
D : Auto Fluorescence
 

Without the need for dye, non-invasive BluePeak™ blue laser auto fluorescence imaging takes advantage of the natural fluorescent properties of lipofuscin. BluePeak auto fluorescence captures fundus auto fluorescence (FAF) images, providing both structural and metabolic information about the retina.

 

Lipofuscin is a key component of RPE metabolism. Abnormal accumulation of lipofuscin is associated with a number of retinal diseases. Characteristic auto fluorescence patterns seen in BluePeak images can reveal the extent of geographic atrophy (GA). It can also assist clinicians in determining the diagnosis and management of hereditary conditions such as Best’s disease and Stargardt’s disease.