PNS and 3D Cataract Analysis
- Cataract classification
- Determination of lens opacity in 3D
Opacities of the cornea, crystalline lens or of IOLs (PCO) are made visible by blue light illumination. The software allows automatic and objective three-dimensional quantification of lens opacity. This offers the advantage of an optimal follow-up of cataract patients. The opacity of the crystalline lens is classified in five stages to facilitate the setting of phaco machines (PNS = Pentacam Nucleus Staging).
Contact Lens Fitting
- Automatic display of all measurement data required for fitting contact lenses
- Automatic suggestions for contact lenses
- Realistic fluo image simulation
- Integrated, expandable database with over 65,000 lens geometries
Dynamic fluo image simulation produces an image of how a specific contact lens from the database fits on the eye. The simulation makes it possible to adjust inclination and to shift the contact lens while automatically making a new fluo image calculation. The integrated and expandable database contains over 65,000 lenses. The contact lens geometries can be adjusted individually in cases where fitting is difficult. The user can establish his or her own ranking list for contact lens manufacturers.
Belin/Ambrosio Enhanced Ectasia
- Extremely sensitive early keratoconus detection and evaluation
- Reliable detection of a forme fruste keratoconus
The Belin/Ambrosio display is the first screening tool to represent elevation data of the anterior and posterior corneal surface in combination with an evaluation of the corneal thickness map. In addition to its overall more precise keratoconus detection this screening facilitates early detection in particular. The distribution of corneal thickness is determined using concentric rings, starting at the thinnest point and extending to the periphery. The evaluation of deviations from the standard elevation map and the expanded elevation map is made easier by the results being displayed in green, yellow and red: green stands for inconspicuous, yellow for conspicuous and red for a potentially pathological condition.
- Comprehensive display of comparative clinical data
- EKRs (equivalent keratometer readings) for IOL calculations in post-refractive patients
The Holladay Report was developed in collaboration with Jack T. Holladay, M.D. It supplies data for calculating the optimal IOL refractive power in patients who have undergone refractive corneal surgery such as LASIK, PRK and RK. The Holladay Report calculates the true relationship of the posterior to the anterior corneal surface. The overall refractive power of the cornea is calculated and described using EKRs (equivalent keratometer readings) in various zones.
Easy, intuitive and up-to-date
OCULUS sets a new standard in patient consultation and information. Pentacam® exams can be transferred to an iPad with the free Pentacam® App. Once the Pentacam® exams are transferred to the iPad they are stored and can be reviewed easily.