The SCHWIND Corneal Wavefront Analyzer offers all the possibilites of an innovative topography system.
This includes the analysis of corneal wavefront data and thus a particular precise diagnosis in the symptomatic aberrations of the cornea.
Facts and Features:
- High resolution of one micrometre
The Corneal Wavefront Analyzer fulfils the extremely high requirements of precision with resolution of one micrometre.
The smallest of irregularities is identified with the aid of more than 80,000 analysis points.
- Easy Measuring
The measuring process does not require any medical pupil dilation - the eye can be measured in its natural shape.
- Automatic repeatability tests
The Corneal Wavefront Analyzer also analyses several images from one measurement by comparing them and assists the planning of the treatment by its selection of the best image quality.
- Two different measuring heads for reliable results
By means of two geometrically different measuring heads, deep-set eyes as well as small eyes can easily be measured.
- Corneal Wavefront Analysis
The corneal wavefront analysis by SCHWIND has redefined the measurement of corneal topography. It documents the type and size of all optical errors existing on the anterior corneal surface and allows a high-precision diagnosis.
It also provides all key topographical information needed to enhance IOL power calculation and IOL selection.
- Integrated pupillometry function
Facts and Features:
- "2 in 1" system for a quick, three dimensional analysis
The "2 in 1" system provides a quick, three dimensional analysis of the whole cornea and the anterior segment in only one step.
- More than 100,000 analysis points
The extremely high resolution of only one micrometre and more than 100,000 analysis points detect the smallest of irregularities.
- Contact-free measurement
The contact-free measurement allows an analysis of the complete corneal wavefront, the topography of the anterior and posterior corneal surface (including the tangential and axial curvature) as well as the anterior chamber.
- Detailed descriptions
Keratoconus Screening: The SCHWIND SIRIUS offers detailed descriptions of the morphology as well as the classification of the keratoconus.
- Corneal pachymetric map
In addition, the version with SCHWIND SIRIUS provides detailed information on the entire anterior segment of the eye and all necessary information for a pachymetry assisted laser keratoplasty (PALK) thanks to the Scheimpflug camera.
- Integrated pupillometry
The Ocular Wavefront Analyzer is the latest generation of multi-functional aberrometres. It analyses the optical characteristics of the whole eye in a single measuring process.
Facts and Features:
- High-resolution sensor
It's one-of-a-kind ability is based on a high-resolution Hartmann-Shack sensor.
- Excellent resolution of 230 µm
With an excellent resolution of 230 µm and 1024 measuring points, the Ocular Wavefront Analyzer analyses the wavefront aberrations up to the tenth order.
- Dynamic measuring range
The Ocular Wavefront Analyzer provides an expanded dynamic range of -15/+20 D sphere and +/-10 D astigmatism.
- Highly precise accommodation measurement
In order to calculate the quality of the retinal image, different accommodation conditions are stimulated and measured on the basis of the ocular wavefront.
- Integrated keratometry function
The integrated keratometry function provides the ability to measure the curvature of the cornea.
The keratometry reading is displayed in either dioptres or millimetres.
- Wide range of analysis options
The two versions of the SCHWIND Combi Wavefront Analyzer integrate a range of unique functions and thus contribute to optimal surgical and diagnostic decision-making.
They combine alternatively the abilities of the Ocular Wavefront Analyzer with the abilities of the Corneal Wavefront Analyzer or the SCHWIND SIRIUS diagnostic system.
- Extremely high resolution
The extremely high detail resolution provides the foundation for a comprehensive and particularly precise diagnosis with the Combi Wavefront Analyzers.
- Comparison of wavefront data
The corneal and ocular wavefront data of a patient can be compared in both combinations of diagnostic devices.
- Detailed information with SCHWIND SIRIUS
The version with SCHWIND SIRIUS provides detailed information on the entire anterior segment of the eye and all necessary information for a pachymetry assisted laser keratoplasty (PALK)
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