CLARUS 500 (Carl Zeiss Meditec) is the very first fundus imaging system that combines true color with exceptional clarity in an ultra-widefield view. “Early signs of eye disease can frequently be subtle and occur in the far periphery of the retina,” says Jim Mazzo, international president of ophthalmic apparatus at Carl Zeiss Meditec. “With this system, professionals can obtain a better perspective of the entire fundus.”
The system produces a 133-degree field of view with one catch, and its own high profile ultra-widefield graphics are automatically merged to achieve a 200-degree field of view.
Clarus 500 allows clinicians to review and compare high-quality pictures recorded during one exam, while also providing annotation and caliper measurement tools which allow for comprehensive evaluation of eye health, Zeiss said.
CLARUS 500 from ZEISS is the first and only fundus imaging method to provide true color and clarity inside an ultra-wide field of view, allowing clinicians to catch high-resolution fundus pictures from macula into the far periphery.
The ZEISS CLARUS 500 uses three wide-spectrum LEDs to enable image capturing in true color and cut back optic nerve head whitening. The partly confocal optics reduce lid, lash, and other artifacts from the anterior segment. External ocular images can also be obtained to aid in anterior segment disease management and instruction. The ZEISS CLARUS 500 combines numerous technical features into a sleekly designed platform with both patient and operator comfort in mind
Owing to its vast collection of technical features and its ease of use, the ZEISS CLARUS 500 can effectively function as only fundus camera in any office, irrespective of if that office is a large volume multi-specialty practice or a one-doctor clinic.
When reviewing numerous pictures, the ZEISS CLARUS 500 picture review software can coordinate the pictures to the nevus using a common zoom element.
The ZEISS CLARUS 500 may image peripheral hemorrhaging but also supply high-quality pictures of the macula. These images can be zoomed in to value the fovea for smaller microaneurysms.
Because of its broad scan size, The ZEISS CLARUS 500 may visualize other lesions inside the same eye or inside the fellow eye which are difficult to visualize with DFE or color photography. Disseminated or bilateral retinal findings may change not merely the prognosis but follow up and management of these patients.
With ZEISS CLARUS 500, the latest in ultra-widefield retinal imaging, reveal more without compromise and manage your patients with confidence.
- See true color images to help with differential diagnosis and documentation
- Image in high resolution anywhere in the retina, including the periphery
- Elevate patient experience while driving clinical efficiency