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Confocal Scanning Lasers


Heidelberg Retina Tomograph 3 (glaucoma, retina, cornea)


The HRT3 uses proven HRT laser tech- nology to produce a three dimensional topographical image of the optic disc structure. The HRT is the only advanced imaging device to measure the 3 vital structures (cup, rim, retinal nerve fibre layer) needed to make a complete assess- ment of glaucoma with validated analysis to identify true progression. The HRT3 can also be upgraded with additional modules for assessing the retina and cornea.


Contact: Haag-Streit UK Ltd, Tel: +44 (0)1279 456261, Email: info@haag-streit-uk.com Web: www.haagstreituk.com


Corneal Topography


NIDEK OPD Scan 3 Provides


informa-


tion on corneal topography, wave- front, autorefrac- tion, keratometry and pupillometry in one unit, using state of the art imaging and analysis technology developed specifically to measure normal to highly aberrated eyes. The system offers a variety of data maps to provide information on the total refractive error, wavefront, corneal shape, internal aberrations and visual quality of the eye, allowing high- ly accurate and reliable information for optic diagnostics. The OPD Scan 3 offers increased accuracy due to an increased number of rings and easy to use inbuilt software.


Contact: NIDEK Sales Team, Tel: +44 (0)845 230 3020, Email: sales@nidek.co.uk Web: www.nidek.co.uk


Reichert Ocular


Response Analyser® Corneal biomechanics and accurate intraocular pressure (IOP), in one easy- to-use instrument. Ocular Response Analyser®


is the only instrument in the world capable of measuring corneal biomechanical properties and corneal compensated IOP. This valuable new information enhances the ability of eye care professionals to make complex decisions in a number of important areas.


Contact: Grafton Optical Company Ltd, Tel: +44 (0)1923 233980, Email: sales@graftonoptical.com Web: www.graftonoptical.com


Corneal Topography Oculus Pentacam HR


The Oculus Pentacam is an analyser for refractive surgeons, cataract sur- geons and general screening alike. The rotating Scheimpflug camera scans and measures the complete cornea and anterior chamber in less than two seconds and includes the following advanced features: • Anterior and pos- terior corneal topography • Pachymetry maps; absolute and rela- tive • 3D anterior chamber analysis and densitometry • Keratoconus detection and classification, topometri- cally • Corneal wave front and Zernike analysis of the total cornea • Contact lens fitting module • Comparative and differential analysis of two exams • Fully networkable software.


Contact: NIDEK Sales Team, Tel: +44 (0)845 230 3020, Email: sales@nidek.co.uk Web: www.nidek.co.uk


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Corneal Analysers


Corneal Topography Medmont E300


The new E300 corneal topographer has applications in a diverse range of clinical procedures including radial keratotomy, astigmatic keratotomy, refractive surgery and contact lens fitting.


Based on an unobtrusive compact cone design, the E300 analyses an accurate ring pattern projected onto the cornea via precision optics. • Exceptional corneal coverage • Automated image capture and analysis • Over 15,000 measuring points • Multiple display options • Powerful contact lens fitting software.


Contact: BIB Ophthalmic Instruments, Tel: +44 (0)1438 740823, Fax: +44 (0)1438 356093, Email: sales@bibonline.co.uk Web: www.bibonline.co.uk


Corneal Topography


VISIONIX L79 auto- refractor keratometer


and topographer • Wavefront based


technology • High


precision auto-


refractor keratometer


• Fully automated topographer • ARK and topography measurement on same axis


• Large number of measuring points • Global view of eye refraction aberrations


• Highly accurate, fast and reliable • Essential for contact lens fitting.


Contact: Buchmann UK Ltd, Tel: +44 (0)1634 662300, Email: info@buchmann.co.uk Web: www.buchmann.co.uk


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