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The Zeiss Visante OCT system is the first to provide clear, highly detailed, in-depth images of the anterior chamber - including the angle - without the need for ocular anesthesia or a messy, time-consuming water bath. As a result, the Zeiss Visante OCT system will provide unique images and measurements that will dramatically expand the potential for diagnostic confidence and therapeutic precision. And, just as importantly, the Zeiss Visante OCT is so easy to use and efficient to operate that it will seamlessly take its place in your daily workflow, offering new clinical insights and practice opportunities from day one.
The unique, versatile Zeiss Visante OCT system provides superb, highly detailed results, consistently supporting surgical planning and postoperative care across a range of anterior segment applications.
The anterior segment can be evaluated and measured pre and postoperatively after image acquisition using the analysis mode of the Zeiss Visante OCT system's software. Practical tools enable planning and measurement of anterior segment ocular structures, including anterior chamber depth (ACD), anterior chamber angles and anterior chamber diameter (commonly referred to as angle-to-angle distance). Anterior chamber angle measurement results provide you with quick and reliable data for narrow-angle evaluation. Anterior segment images can be printed with or without measurement tools and results.
The Zeiss Visante OCT provides high-resolution corneal images and documentation for the anterior segment specialist to support the evaluation of ocular health. Rapid acquisition during the pachymetry scan ensures an accurate and repeatable pachymetry map result for application in refractive and glaucoma care.
In addition to providing a full-thickness pachymetry map prior to laser surgery, the Zeiss Visante OCT is the first non-contact device to image, measure and document both corneal flap thickness and residual stromal thickness immediately following LASIK surgery. A unique flap tool in the analysis mode enables quick measurements of flap and residual stromal thickness at any location, documented on a color-coded plot that includes tabular results. And because Zeiss Visante OCT is a completely noncontact system, the stability and safety of LASIK flaps will not be compromised.
The Zeiss Visante OCT may also aid postoperative evaluation by allowing imaging and visualization of IOLs and implants in the eye. A simple adjustment to the integrated optometer enables visualization of anterior segment changes due to accommodation. The result can then be saved and printed for addition to the patient record.