By reason of the Barrett release for the IOLMaster, we provide you with a new Application Quick Guide. It will guide you through the Spheric IOL Calculation with the Barrett Suite, the Toric IOL Calculation with the Barrett Suite and the IOL Calculation for post Laser Vision Correction patients with the Barrett Suite.
Do you need help exporting the IOLMaster reference images to Callisto? In general there are two possibilities to export the reference image from the ZEISS IOLMaster 500 und 700: One way is doing it via network or FORUM, te second possibility is using USB. This Quick Guide walks you through all the steps!
While the ZEISS IOLMaster 700 allows users to modify the range and step size of sphere or spherical equivalent and cylinder for individual IOLs within a definable range, some IOL manufacturers deliver their toric IOL with inconsistent cylinder steps. Here you find a possible workaround.
The Barrett formulas available in the ZEISS IOLMaster 700 Barrett Suite utilize two factors unique to these formulas: the Lens Factor and the Design Factor. We show you how these factors are implemented in the Barrett Suite, how they compare to other factors and how you can make changes yourself.
We provide a Quick Guide to the latest IOLMaster 700 Software Update, which guides you through the process in 19 easy steps. Please note that this document is a preliminary version and does not replace the user manual which is delivered together with the device.
This Quick Guide guides you through the licence activation of the IOLMaster 700. Please note that this document is a preliminary version and does not replace the user manual which is delivered together with the device.
Ludwin Monz, PhD, president and CEO of Carl Zeiss Meditec, speaks about the importance of innovation in this industry and how to become most beneficial for customers. He also reviews the company's recent product approvals and gives an explains the possibilities the IOLMaster 700 brought within diagnostics.
The Australian ophthalmologist Dr. Daniel Black explains how the Zeiss Cataract Suite markerless has changed the way he performs cataract surgeries. He is delighted how this technology has superseded the need for corneal marking and manual transcription of data. Especially the manual transcription represents a risks of introducing errors and in succession also refractive surprises. Particularly pleasing is the increase from 94 percent to more than 99 percent of his patients achieving a postoperative refractive cylinder within ±0.50 D of target.
In this series of videos Dr. Daniel Chang, MD of the Empire Eye and Laser Center, Bakersfield, shares his best practice approach to the fixation and centration of multifocal IOLs. He reviews the definition, application, and usage of ocular reference axes and angles and proposes consistent reference terminology. Dr. Chang explains the fundamentals of telecentric and non-telecentric keratometry and demystifies existing misconceptions about keratometry measurements. Watch the first part of this enlightening series of best practice approaches.
Here comes part 3 of ZBP approaches from Daniel Chang, MD of the Empire Eye and Laser Center, Bakersfield. In this section he discusses technologies for better k-reading and also explains limitations of the keratometric model description of the cornea in the presence of irregularities.
In Part 4 of this ZBP series Daniel Chang, MD, who works at the Empire Eye and Laser Center, Bakersfield, talks about differences in keratometry technology. He explains the advantages of telecentric keratometry of the IOLMaster 500 over conventional keratometry technologies.
In the fifth and final video of his series, Daniel Chang, MD at the Empire Eye Center in Bakersfield, discusses some of the key features of the IOLMaster 500 – speed and simplicity. With the aid of an example, he explains how the IOLMaster's ease of use increases efficiency, resulting in improvements for both doctor and patient.
See this quick guide on how to optimize lens constants with the IOLMaster 500.
See this quick guide for the new measurement mode for capturing the reference image needed for markerless alignment with the ZEISS Cataract Suite markerless for toric IOLs.
Check out this step-by-step guide for the IOLMaster 500 to help you export the reference image via USB.
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Experience distance-independent keratometry with the IOLMaster 700 and IOLMaster 500 in this video.
With the IOLMaster 700 not only the B-Scan image was introduced, but also new printouts to analyze the data. This PDF will provide you with a detailed overview on how to interpret the different printouts and how to use the information captured with the IOLMaster 700 and SWEPT Source Biometry.
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