Zeiss has released a host of innovations for eye care at the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting in Paris during September.
EQ Workplace is the latest addition to the Zeiss Cataract Suite. This digital solution connects and streamlines the refractive cataract workflow, creating efficiencies for surgeons pre-operatively, while providing data accessibility anywhere, anytime.
Zeiss released the Artevo 800, the first digital microscope in ophthalmic surgery, developed with surgeons for surgeons. It includes integrated digital optics for optimised digital visualisation and cloud connectivity to the EQ Workplace, providing surgeons with remote access to patient data and images.
Also launched was the MiLoop, a micro-interventional device designed to deliver zero-energy endocapsular lens fragmentation.
The Cirrus Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) portfolio has been expanded with the Cirrus 6000, which acquires 100,000 A-Scans per second and optical coherence tomography cube scans in as little as 0.4 seconds. Zeiss states faster acquisition means more image detail, with improved image quality due to fewer motion artefacts. The Cirrus 6000 also allows seamless transfer of raw patient data from previous Cirrus generations, ensuring the ability to analyse old, new, and future patient data.
The new Zeiss Glaucoma Workplace, which integrates diagnostics data from various devices, features a new Progression Summary report with ‘exception-based’ alerts that automatically display statistically significant change in critical measurements.
Zeiss also released the SL 800, a slit lamp with extensive illumination options and TrueView optics for true colour images, enabling clinicians to uncover diagnostic details.