Carl Zeiss says the ATLAS is one of the best selling corneal topographers in the world.
It combines Placido disk technology with the patented Cone-of-Focus alignment system to achieve sub-micron elevation accuracy. Importantly, it uses infrared rings, which helps to avoid patient squinting and its long working distance and large cone minimises focusing errors that can occur using small cone systems.
The company says the ATLAS is perfect for ortho-k due to its ability to display on a single screen its best four maps with the mean and standard deviation of all relevant parameters. It also features the PathFinder software, which categorises maps and is particularly useful for identifying keratoconus.
The image simulator is useful for patient education by demonstrating the difference between RGP lenses versus soft contact lenses or spectacles. And finally, its all-in-one compact design allows it to fit into any practice.
For more information, contact Carl Zeiss on (AUS) 1300 365 470.