VISUPLAN 500 makes the measurement of intraocular pressure gentler and more comfortable for the patients. Patients at risk of glaucoma may be rapidly and reliably identified.
The measurement of intraocular pressure is part of every professional glaucoma screening. The VISUPLAN® 500 from ZEISS causes this examination quite easy and, complementing the Goldmann tonometry, does not require anesthesia or contact. The measurement is made with a soft puff of air and can be administered by your clinic team.
ZEISS VISUPLAN 500 is instinctive to manage with an automatic measuring procedure that is readily controlled via the touchscreen.
The ZEISS VISUPLAN 500 impresses through its intuitive performance and will be optimally integrated screenings. The measurement process runs.
ZEISS has introduced a brand new non-contact tonometer called VISUPLAN® 500, with an aim to serve physicians with complete answers for supporting better workflows. It’s been designed keeping in mind the simplicity to use and intends to identify patients with elevated intraocular pressure for a young stage. The technology can be used to identify a corresponding danger of glaucoma along with patients with elevated pressure. It complements the present gold standard in tonometry: the Goldmann applanation tonometer.
Another benefit for physicians is that the measurement could be done by clinical and practice personnel as part of their overall pre-test very early in the clinic workflow. VISUPLAN® 500 from ZEISS eases the delegation using its intuitive user interface using one-button touch screen functionality, and the automatic alignment works make measurements user independent.
Zeiss VISUPLAN 500 Non-Contact Tonometer Specifications:
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||270 x 359 x 501 mm|
|Power frequency||50/60 Hz|
|Power consumption||60-85 VA|
|Instrument type||B (DIN EN 60601-1)|
|Measuring range||7 to 60 mmHg|
|Monitor||5.7″ LCD TFT|
|Printer paper||Thermal paper (width: 57 mm, roll diameter: 50 mm)|
Key benefits at a glance
- Your staff can take the measurement.
- You identify patients at risk quickly and reliably.
- You receive accurate measuring results regardless of the user.
- You provide fast and comfortable IOP screening for your patients.