It is a high technology topographer of the anterior segment. The dual Scheimpflug "Galilei" camera responds to the needs of today's ophthalmology.
The topographer Galilei is indicated both in refractive applications (myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, keratoconus), phakic intraocular lens surgery as well as in cataract surgery, giving highly accurate data for use in calculating the intraocular lens or to see the own density of the crystalline lens and make informed decisions regarding the development of cataract.
The equipment takes all necessary measures for controlling pre-and post-refractive surgery quickly and reliably using the image alignment system "Eye Tracker" that makes it unique in the market.
This is currently the most successful equipment in terms of cataract surgery, it allows us a more effectively process and a improved level of security.
It is the only equipment that brings together some of his polished technology, two revolutionary systems such as Ozil Technology (torsional ultrasound) and the new IP software (Intelligent Phaco), giving a greater level of efficacy and safety in the procedure as well as faster recovery and greater postoperative visual quality.
Allows evaluating the corneal endothelium, this layer of the cornea is very important to maintain the transparency of its own and is very sensitive to eye inflammation caused by diseases such as glaucoma, uveitis, trauma, as well as glaucoma cataract surgery, Phaco -rrefractiva surgery, phakic intraocular lens implants and so on.
In modern ophthalmology it is examination an essential for ophthalmology good practice.
This equipment is noncontact, ie, IT DOES NOT NEED TO TOUCH YOUR EYES.
The OPD III is the only modern equipment that gives us a lot of clinical information of relevance quickly as refraction, keratometria, pupilometry, analysis of total and corneal wavefront (optical aberrations), corneal topography and visual quality.
Or in a single device integrates several very deep analysis so the ophthalmologist can quickly integrate all information and thus take the best decision for the benefit of our patients that need solutions both refractive (nearsightedness, farsightedness and / or astigmatism) as those with diseases such as cataracts, keratoconus, among others.
The Magellan Mapper corneal topographer obtains 21.600 information points in just seconds and creates a three-dimensional map of the corneal surface. This information is critical to evaluate and to correct astigmatism as well as detect and treat diseases of the cornea such as keratoconus.
The Zeiss high definition OCT Cirrus (Optical Coherence Tomography) is a test used to evaluate the characteristics and the number of optic nerve fibers in patients with glaucoma and other optic nerve diseases, and is also used to evaluate the macula in patients with various retina's diseases.