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OCULUS – Pentacam® AXL Wave

The OCULUS Pentacam® AXL Wave is the first device to combine Scheimpflug tomography with Axial Length, Ocular Wavefront, Refraction and Retroillumination.

Scheimpflug-based Tomography

Pentacam® technology is the established gold standard, proven over many years. It measures, displays and analyses the Anterior Eye Segment, and is non-contact and tear-film-independent.

*Optional Software Package for Optometric Screening

  • Belin/Ambrósio Display: Early detection of corneal irregularities and risk management for refractive surgery.
  • Corneal Optical Densitometry: Objective analysis of corneal optical densitometry in different layers and zones.
  • Show 2 Exams Topometric: For better comparison of two examinations results.
  • 4 Maps Selectable: Customise your quad map, choose any of the available datasets to present on this screen.

*Optional Software Package Contact Lens

  • Compare 4 Exams: objective and intuitive follow-up and documentation.
  • Zernike Analysis: Zernike Analysis and determination of lower and higher order aberrations including normative data.
  • Contact Lens Fitting: Integrated and expendable contact lens database and realistic fluorescein image simulation.
  • CSP Report including CSP PRO: 250 Scheimpflug images covering a diameter of up to 18 mm are taken in the Sagittal height measuring process. All images of a Cornea Scleral Profile (CSP) scan are taken from the same visual axis without the need for eye movement.

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Optimising Daily Clinical Practice, Patient Satisfaction and Clinical Outcome

Inbuilt Scheimpflug technology allows an automatic, non-contact and tear-film-independent measuring process. All single Scheimpflug images are recorded with one snapshot. The measuring process is straightforward, user-independent, fast and patient-friendly.

The Pentacam® AXL Wave incorporates intuitive reports based on clinical studies – helping you to detect abnormalities that may influence the expected outcome, prior to surgery.