Opthalmology Products


OCT Machine

Optical coherence tomography is a non-invasive imaging evaluation and useful in diagnosing many eye problems. OCT uses light waves to take images of your retina. With OCT, your ophthalmologist can view each of the retina’s distinctive layers.OCT Machine employs innovative technology used for retinal imaging and analysis.

Advancements in the medical industry have been immense over the last century. Men are no longer plagued by diseases simply because their available knowledge and technology are not good enough to detect, find, and diagnose the right infections. Currently, a simple scan is sufficient to reveal a plethora of ailments that can then be treated before they turn into serious concerns. The eye care field, in particular, has been a significant beneficiary of the technological advancements and gone are the days when patients had to lose their eyesight due to conditions that could be prevented with early diagnosis.

Anterior & Posterior Corneal Topography System

Corneal topography is used to characterize the shape of the cornea, similar to how one would characterize a mountain using a topographic map. Originally, corneal topography was only used to describe the anterior surface of the cornea. Devices now are able to characterize both the anterior and posterior corneal surfaces, creating a three-dimensional map. Advances in digital photography and computer processing have vastly increased the utility of corneal topography

Cataract Workstation

Save time, money and space while improving cataract surgery outcomes with the Topcon Cataract Workstation. Cataract Workstation combines two multi-function instruments to streamline cataract surgery work-up and post-operative follow-up. Auto Kerato-Refractometer with subjective refraction and glare testing is combined with the Topcon Aladdin Biometer with corneal Topography.

The Topcon KR-800S quickly ascertains the patient’s visual condition while the Aladdin performs all necessary measurements for IOL selection.

A/B Scan

The immersion B-scan/vector A/B-scan technique prevents corneal compression and the two-dimensional B-scan display helps guide the superimposed vector A-scan for measurements directly to the fovea.

An immersion echogram through the posterior fundus is obtained using a horizontal axial B-scan approach. The goal is to center the cornea and lens echoes in the echogram while simultaneously displaying the optic nerve void near or slightly above the center. The A-scan vector is then adjusted so as to pass through the middle of the cornea as well as the anterior and posterior lens echoes. Such alignment assures that the vector will intersect the retina in the region of the fovea. This technique is particularly important when the macula lies on the sloping wall of the staphyloma.

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