Oculus to unveil the Corvis® ST and the Pentacam® at the ESCRS


Oculus will be presenting its new Corvis ST device at the ESCRS exhibition in Vienna this year.

Oculus will be presenting its new Corvis® ST device at the ESCRS exhibition in Vienna this year.

The device enables the surgeon to view the reaction of the cornea on an air impulse. This is conducted using a high-speed Scheimpflug camera and then displayed on the control panel in ultra-slow-motion.

Visiting the Oculus booth B614 will be an opportunity to learn about the device and other biomechanical properties. Oculus invites you to particpate in a satellite meeting on Monday 19th September, 1pm, in room Lehar 2 of the Messe Wien Congress Centre. Several guest speakers will be present.

Other Oculus products presented at the stand will include: the Pentacam® HR Premium edition Keratograph with tearfilm scanning, the PARK 1® 3-in-1 pachymeter, refraktometer and keratometer, the SDI®/BIOM® system, the perimeters Easyfield® and Centerfield® 2 and the slit lamp camera system ImageCam®.

For more information

Oculus website.

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