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Femtosecond platform

Femtosecond platform

The systems operate at pulse frequencies in the megahertz range and use very low pulse energy. This enables excellent visual outcomes and faster recovery.

For further information please visit http://www.femtoldv.com/

25G cannula

The cannula has a short bevel, meaning it can fully enter the needle tip into the tumour. The diagnostic yield is higher due to the superior cellularity of the biopsy.

For more information please contact info@geuder.de

HD-OCT platform

The Cirrus HD-OCT features a retina application that provides Advanced Retinal Pigment Epithelium (RPE) analysis, This mean the clinicians can objectively monitor changes in dry AMD.

RPE elevation, area and volume can also be tracked with the application and can identify and measure the area of transparent regions in the RPE.

Please visit http://www.meditec.zeiss.com/cirrus/ for more information

Presbyopia treatment system

The system uses bi-aspheric multifocal ablation profiles, enabling an optimum relationship between near and distance vision. It works by directing the dominant eye on distance vision and directs the nondominant eye towards near vision.

Rapid visual recovery is possible at all visual distances with the PresbyMAX and is welltolerated in uncorrected conditions. The system is ideal for patients who would like excellent distance vision. Ocular defects such as myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism can be corrected with the PresbyMAX.

For further details please visit http://www.eye-tech-solutions.com/

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