With the OPMI® VISU 210, Carl Zeiss has created a surgical microscope that can only be described as absolute state-of-the-art for ophthalmic surgery. Its wide range of uses meet the demands placed on it by surgeons and it offers new functions to improve depth of field, resolution and contrast. With its completely integrated assistant’s microscope the OPMI® VISU 210 is also ideal for university hospitals
Zeiss OPMI VISU 210 Microscope (Pre-Owned)
The measurement of intraocular pressure is part of every professional glaucoma screening. The VISUPLAN® 500 from ZEISS makes this examination very easy and, complementing the Goldmann tonometry, does not require contact or anesthesia. The measurement is made with a soft puff of air and can be administered by your practice team.
The measurement process runs automatically. You start directly via the touchscreen and choose from single or multiple measurements. You also have the option of initiating a test puff to prepare your patients for the examination. The results appear directly on the monitor. Alternatively, you can print out the results with the integrated thermal printer, or export via the serial interface.
Legendary optics have always been the hallmark of surgical microscopes from Carl Zeiss. Dedication to delivering the newest in optical concepts is why Carl Zeiss is the leader in products for microsurgery.
Every facet of the NC 4’s predecessor systems was studied relentlessly by Carl Zeiss engineers and product developers. After improving upon essential components such as optics and ease of movement, ingenious “firsts” such as the integrated Heads-Up display and AutoFocus were added to ensure optimum support for new techniques such as image guided microsurgery.
The neurosurgical community has validated Carl Zeiss’ efforts by making the OPMI Neuro/NC4 the most successful neurosurgical system in Zeiss’ history, and by quickly establishing it as the system of choice for integration with every major image guided system.
Advanced analysis with comprehensive connectivity options
Validated by more than 30 years of research, design and clinical experience, the Humphrey® Field Analyzer (HFA™) is the accepted standard of care in glaucoma diagnosis and management. With over 65,000 installed units worldwide, the HFA is the premier automated visual field analyzer.
- World standard of care
- All major clinical trials have relied on the Humphrey
- Connectivity to office network and EMR
- GPA™: perimetry progression software; allows for full analysis on one page
- GPA minimizes false positives by taking into account test-retest variability of the general population
- VFI™ minimizes the effects of cataracts for the purpose of measuring progression
- STATPAC™ analysis: sophisticated analysis made simple
- SITA algorithm for fast and precise visual field threshold measurements
- Gaze tracking: highly precise, real-time measurements for reliability
- SITA-SWAP provides early detection (Model 745i and 750i only)
VISUCAM®NM/FA features legendary ZEISS optics and non-mydriatic color fundus photography enabling you to photograph through pupils as small as 3.3mm. In addition the VISUCAMNM/FA features Fluorescein Angiography (Standard) and Indocyanine Green Angiography as well as Fundus Autofluorescence capture modes (Optional). Advanced features along with an easy stereo image mode are combined with intelligent auto functions that enable reproducible and intuitive imaging for every single patient eye.
Superior patient comfort, more efficient workflow and improved eye care: The VISUCAMNM/FA from ZEISS offers many advantages. The high-quality system provides everything you need for comprehensive assessment and management of typical eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and AMD in a single workstation.
The AT 020 and AT 030 Applanation Tonometers from Carl Zeiss allow precise measurement of intraocular pressure. Depending on your preference, you can attach an upright tonometer with an working position over the slit lamp swivel joint or mount a suspended tonometer on the stereomicroscope.
They were designed on the principle introduced by Professor Goldmann. This principle represents the gold standard in tonometry. Adapters allow the tonometers to be mounted to different slit lamps. Naturally, even with a mounted applanation tonometer, you still have the possibility for later slit lamp extensions.