Lens optical Group

Ophtalmologie – Diagnostiek – Ultrasoon

REICHERT UBM

The Reichert Reflex Ultrasound Biomicroscope enables operators to easily image the anterior and posterior segments of the eye; providing a important information not possible with clinical examination alone. Users can now image pathologies, which may be obstructed by opacities or ocular structures, that OCT technology cannot. The easy to use touch screen interface provides effortless use of analysis tools, while the unique probe design allows the operator to examine the patient in sitting or reclined positions, without the need for a traditional water bath. Reflex is different from other UBM devices. It is compact, all-in-one, and easy to use; providing a rapid and comfortable examination for both the operator and the patient. Its image quality and intuitive software are unsurpassed by competing UBM devices

ACCUTOME A-SCAN

The A-Scan Plus Connect® is designed to meet the demands of today’s refractive cataract surgery. It is the single most effective solution for measuring and calculating all of your patients and refining your surgical outcomes. It has the ability to measure most patients and works great with dense cataracts or patients with fixation difficulties. The Connect links directly to a PC, laptop or tablet device making it the ultimate portable solution. Information can easily be uploaded to electronic medical record (EMR) systems. The improved user interface makes entering patient data, capturing the scan and calculating the measurement much faster.*

ACCUTOME B-SCAN

B-Probe 15 MHz, software, foot pedal and the wireless mouse Without computer. The new B-Probe links directly to a laptop or PC computer by USB Port, making it the most portable B-Scan on the market. This technology also creates sharper, more focused images due to the elimination of signal loss, which occurs from older tabletop units. The 15 micron resolution is the highest in the medical industry.

ACCUTOME Pachpen

MEDA A/B scan

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