Product Information

  1. Five-in-One true refractive workstation for all practitioners
  2. Overview summary for optimal clinical decisions
  3. A number of summaries
  4. Wider measurement area
  5. Greater topography resolution, blue placido rings

Product Details

Five-in-One true refractive workstation for all practitioners

The OPD-Scan lll is the Five-in-One true refractive workstation combining

  • Wavefront Aberrometer
  • Topographer
  • Auto Refractometer
  • Auto Keratometer
  • Pupillometer and Pupillographer

Overview summary for optimal clinical decisions

The overview summary provides essentials of measurement and analysis data for cataract and refractive surgery.

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  1. Irregularity helps determine the best strategy for vision correction. Separation into Total, Corneal and Internal components allows determination of the source of the optical pathology.
  2. PSF images of OPD, Axial, and Internal OPD map simulate objective retinal visual quality from each component of the eye for easy clinical assessment and patient education.
  3. Corneal Spherical Aberration aids in the selection of aspheric IOLs and contact lenses.
  4. Color coded Classification Indices help identify post-LASIK corneas and Keratoconus.
  5. The Astigmatism index aids the implantation of toric IOLs such as incision placement and lens alignment.
  6. A retroillumination image of cataracts captured during the OPD exam allows better understanding of pupillary effects on vision and in patient education

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A number of summaries

Besides the overview summary a number of summaries specialized for each clinical case are available.

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Wider measurement area

9.5 mm diameter measurement area ensures full coverage of almost any pupil and provides 2,520 data points for wavefront aberrometry.

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Greater topography resolution, blue placido rings

33 blue placido mires provide a minimum of 11,880 data points. The blue wavelength allows greater precision in ring detection.