ZEISS to showcase advancements in digital and surgical technology at ESCRS 2019
New digital and industry first solutions from ZEISS will be presented at the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ESCRS) from September 14 - 18, 2019
PARIS, Sept. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- During the 2019 European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ESCRS) Annual Meeting in Paris, ZEISS Medical Technology Segment will present new technologies advancing the digitalization of eye care and high-resolution imaging, helping doctors maximize clinical efficiency and performance.
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"Our commitment to developing the best technologies to support the growing needs in patient care is reflected in the new solutions that we will be sharing at ESCRS," said Jim Mazzo, Global President of Ophthalmic Devices at Carl Zeiss Meditec. "We continue to collaborate with leading doctors, researchers and practitioners to address future-forward trends, such as digitalization, which is reshaping how eye care is practiced today and tomorrow."
ZEISS digitalization and industry-first surgical technology
ZEISS introduces the ZEISS EQ Workplace, the latest addition to the ZEISS Cataract Suite offering surgeons a digital solution to connect and streamline the refractive cataract workflow. EQ Workplace is designed to create efficiencies for surgeons pre-operatively, while providing data accessibility anywhere, anytime.
The ZEISS ARTEVO 800, the first digital microscope in ophthalmic surgery, recently received CE mark. The ARTEVO 800 was developed with surgeons for surgeons and includes integrated digital optics for optimized digital visualization and cloud connectivity to the EQ Workplace, providing surgeons remote access to patient data and images.
Also featured at ESCRS is the ZEISS miLOOP, a micro-interventional device designed to deliver zero-energy endocapsular lens fragmentation. The miLOOP device has received CE mark and is now available to surgeons in markets outside of the USA.
Advancements in ZEISS integrated diagnostic solutions for maximizing clinical efficiency and patient care
ZEISS expands its CIRRUS Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) portfolio with the launch of its new CIRRUS 6000, the next generation, ultra-fast 100kHz system that promises to dramatically elevate the efficiency of busy, advanced care practices. At 100,000 A-Scans per second, image acquisition is extremely fast. The CIRRUS 6000 OCT scans are 270 percent faster than prior CIRRUS generations, 43 percent faster than the CIRRUS 5000 AngioPlex and OCT cube scans can be acquired in as little as 0.4 seconds. Faster acquisition also means more image detail, with improved image quality due to fewer motion artifacts.