IOL Master. This is one of the most sophisticated and accurate ways to determine
the power of the intraocular lens (IOL) implant for cataract surgery.
The IOL Master
allows for fast, accurate measurements of multiple areas of the eye, such as eye
length and surface curvature, which are necessary for cataract surgery.
The IOL Master uses laser technology to measure the length of the eye. Measuring
the length of the eye accurately is extremely important in cataract surgery, as
it allows the eye surgeon to select the right power lens to implant for each patient.
The IOL Master is the latest technology in this area, and is more accurate than
any other method, including the ultrasound test typically covered by provincial
and territorial health plans.
Corvis ST Intergrated with Pentacam - HR III
Determine the true IOP:
The Corvis® ST measures IOP, corneal thickness and the deformation response of the
cornea. Based on these data it has the potential to determine an IOP value that
is uninfluenced by corneal biomechanical properties.
Screening for corneal ectasia:
Corneal ectasia leads to changes in the viscoelastic properties of the cornea. These
changes can be analyzed based on deviations in deformation response parameters relative
to normal eyes.
Visualizing the effect of corneal crosslinking:
Changes in deformation characteristics due to corneal crosslinking can also be measured
with the Corvis® ST. The Corvis® ST has the potential to quantify the effect of
crosslinking on the biomechanical properties of the cornea.