ZEISS Precise Vision - Das perfekte Zusammenspiel in der refraktiven Chirurgie

Why is technical precision so important for you? Precision is the only way to obtain optimal results: reproducible, user-independent, for eyes of all ocular characteristics. Our definition of consistency: regardless of what eyes you have to measure, you always achieve the same results - an easy to-understand printout of all biometric data that you can trust.

Certainty every time

Clinical studies have verified that the IOLMaster enables user-independent measuring results. These studies1) have also shown that considerably higher reproducibility is obtained than with ultrasound biometry. State of accommodation, pupil diameter and high ametropia do not significantly influence the measured axial length. Optical biometry along the visual axis ensures precise measurements, particularly for problematic eyes; staphylomatous and pseudophakic patients, silicone filled eyes and eyes with phakic implants are easy to measure thanks to different measuring modes. The Haigis-L formula can be used without difficulty to calculate lenses for eyes subsequent to refractive corneal surgery for the correction of myopia and hyperopia. The corneal refractive power can also be calculated using the patient’s refractive history or contact lens overrefraction.

Calculating phakic implants the easy way

The calculation of phakic intraocular lenses is also possible with the IOLMaster. For fast, calculation of the power of phakic anterior and posterior chamber IOL, the appropriate lens constants are already contained in the system software.

Selection couldn't be easier

An integrated, freely configurable database enables fast and easy lens selection. The optimization function automatically calculates the individualized lens constants that meet your personal requirements more effectively. As starting values, pre-optimized constants from more than 100 of the most commonly used IOL types can be loaded into the system. For the optimization of these constants, the ULIB has already collected more than 20,000 sets of patient data.