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New & Used Corneal Topography System

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Device: Corneal Topography System
Manufacturer: Zimmer
Model: Galilei
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Location: United States, Florida
26,500
2007

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Device: Corneal Topography System
Manufacturer: Bausch & Lomb
Model: ORBSCAN II
Location: Croatia, Grad Zagreb
12,004
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Device: Corneal Topography System
Manufacturer: Nidek
Model: OPD Scan (ARK 9000)
Location: Austria, Vienna
7,414
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2003

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Device: Corneal Topography System
Manufacturer: Zeiss
Model: ATLAS 9000
Location: Italy, Catanzaro
10,592
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2011

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Device: Corneal Topography System
Manufacturer: OCULUS
Model: Pentacam HR
Location: Germany, Bavaria
29,304
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Device: Corneal Topography System
Manufacturer: Bausch & Lomb
Model: ORBSCAN IIz
Location: Germany, Bavaria
12,004
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Device: Corneal Topography System
Manufacturer: OCULUS
Model: Keratograph
Location: Germany, Bavaria
3,236
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Device: Corneal Topography System
Manufacturer: OCULUS
Model: Keratograph
Location: Germany, Bavaria
4,590
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Device: Corneal Topography System
Manufacturer: Bon
Model: Eye Top H
Location: Germany, Bavaria
1,177
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Corneal Topography System may also be referred to as :

Videokeratography Unit | Topography System, Corneal | Keratography System, Video | Computer Assisted Corneal Topography System | Computed Corneal Topography System
 

Tips for buying Corneal Topography System

  1. Facilities should consider several parameters prior to making the purchase, including: system accuracy and number of projected rings.
  2. The preferred accuracy of the system is 0.1 diopter, and it should have at least 20 projected rings.
  3. The keratometer cannot provide information on the shape of irregular corneas, though it can adequately measure normal corneas or those with regular astigmatism. When dealing with corneal abnormalities, such as keratoconus or irregular astigmatism, specialists should decide whether a corneal topography system is more valuable than a keratometer.
  4. For patients with an atypical corneal shape, VK is a helpful process, particularly for refractive surgery and contact lens candidates.
  5. Auto-focus or auto-correction features are recommended because user errors could affect the performance of the device. 
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