Tomey oa-2000 Technology provides tissue penetration capable of measuring through virtually all dense cataracts.
Tomey oa-2000 Optical Biometer provides non-contact, noninvasive, automated measurement of axial length (AL), anterior chamber depth (ACD), lens thickness, and central corneal thickness (CCT) based on Fourier-domain technology plus Placido-disc–established corneal topography, based company literature.1,2 It provides improved usability, connects remotely to an ultrasound biometric unit for hard-to-read eyes, provides one-shot IOL power calculation, and supplies an internal database for storage.
The Tomey oa-2000 incorporates topography, axial length, lens thickness and pachymetry which yield ideal data set for ray tracing. This assures results even in Toric IOL calculation or eye conditions.
The Tomey oa-2000 also includes Placido-disc corneal topography to measure the radius of corneal curvature and explain corneal shape. The topographer steps not just the conventional 3-mm diameter optical zone but also simultaneously at 2.5 and 2 mm. Additionally, it creates a topography map to help ascertain the existence of irregular astigmatism and allow comparison of pre- and postoperative corneal form. In the case of toric IOL implantation, the maps may also identify the axis at which the IOL is to be oriented.
The Tomey oa 2000 IOL power calculation function includes nine formulations, such as SRK-II, SRK/T, Haigis, Holladay, Hoffer Q, and 2 formulas for eyes with surgically corrected corneal refractive power. As much as 15 IOL forms can be supported.
The Tomey oa-2000 is easy to use and manage. With its automatic alignment and tracking platform, dimensions can be performed within 1 to 3 seconds, and quality measurements, like signal-to-noise ratio, have been displayed for all distances
Tomey oa-2000 FEATURES:
- IOL Ray Tracing Calculation
- Axial length
- ACD & LENS thickness
- Topography Keratometer
- All measurements – simply one touch
- White to White
- Pupil diameter
Axial length 14 – 40mm
Anterior chamber depth 1.5 – 7.0mm
Crystalline lens thickness 0.5 – 6.0mm
Corneal thickness 0.2 – 1.2mm
Corneal curvature radius 5.0 – 11mm
Pupil diameter 1.5 – 13mm
Corneal diameter 7 – 16mm
Axial length ±0.03mm
Anterior chamber depth ±0.05mm
Crystalline lens thickness ±0.05mm
Corneal thickness ±5μm
Corneal curvature radius ±0.02mm(
Ophthalmicmart blog supports your practice by providing professional perspectives, educational editorials and articles relevant to the profitable advancement of Ophthalmic practice or your practice and will upgrade advice.
Latest posts by Soren Milano (see all)
- Revealing the Retina: Optometry Corneal Topography - February 12, 2019
- Everything You Need to Know About Optical Coherence Tomography - December 2, 2018
- Optometrist diagnostic equipment in the diagnosis and detecting of glaucoma - October 19, 2018