The Zeiss Cirrus 5000 HD-OCT improves on the Cirrus 4000 model in hardware and software. It retains the most important features of the 4000 model and upgrades on hardware and Smart HD Scans.
Eye motion artifacts are reduced with FastTrac retinal tracking, and enables tracking of the current scan to the position of a previous scan which , as a results, provides a better progression analysis.
The monitor has been improved too, with a 19-inch size display for high-definition scans.
NEW PanoMap Analysis
Wide-field structural damage assessment for glaucoma
New PanoMap wide field analysis displays structural data for the entire posterior pole – RNFL, ONH and GCO metrics show the extend of structural damange.
- At-a-glance insight — A single analysis for integrated insights into early pathologies
- Backward-compatible –PanoMap uses existing Macular Cube and Optic Disc Cube scans to provide a wide-field view of the posterior pole without altering scan protocols.
NEW Anterior Segment Premier Module from Zeiss
The first retinal OCT with full anterior chamber imaging and measurements
ChamberView image – Chamberview provides an expansive 15.5 mm wide view of the entire anterior chamber with objective tools for measuring anterior segment ocular structures.
HD Cornea Scan – 9 mm high-resolution scan, including versatile tools for measuring thickness of residual stromal bed, LASIK flap, and other corneal structures.
Pachymetry Map –9 mm pachymetry map highlights corneal irregularities and identifies thinnest point for refractive surgery screening.
NEW OCT Goniometry
A non-contact method to help identify patients at risk of angle closure glaucoma
Wide Angle-to-Angle scan and HD Angle Scan — Provide exquisite detail of the iridocorneal angle and include measurement tools for Angle Opening Distance (AOD500/750) and Trabecular Iris Space Area (TISA 500/750) to quantify and track degree of angle closure
NEW Smart HD Scan Patterns
Targeted visualizations of critical anatomy.
Automatic centering of scans ensures you see the fovea in each patient.
|Methodology||Spectral Domain OCT|
|Optical source||Superluminescent diode (SLD), 840 nm|
|Scan speed||27,000 – 68,000 A-scans per second|
|A-scan depth||2.0 mm (in tissue), 1024 points|
|Axial resolution||5 µm (in tissue)|
|Transverse resolution||15 µm (in tissue)|
|Methodology||Line scanning ophthalmoscope (LSO)|
|Live fundus image||During alignment and during OCT scan|
|Optical source||Superluminescent diode (SLD), 750 nm|
|Field of view||36 degrees W x 30 degrees H|
|Frame rate||> 20 Hz|
|Transverse resolution||25 µm (in tissue)|
|Resolution||1280 x 1024|
|Live iris image||During alignment|
|Electrical and Physical|
|Weight||80 lbs (36 kg)|
|Dimensions of instrument||26L x 18W x 21H (in)
65L x 46W x 53H (cm)
|Dimensions of table||39L x 22W (in)
99L x 56W (cm)
|Internal fixation focus adjustment||-20D to +20D (diopters)|
|Electrical rating (115V)||Single Phase, 100–120V~ systems: 50/60Hz, 5A|
|Electrical rating (230V)||Single Phase, 220–240V~ systems: 50/60Hz, 2.5A|
|Operating system/processor||Windows ® 7, 4 th generation i7 Intel ® processor|
|Hard drive/internal storage||≥ 2 T
> 200,000 scans
|Display||Integrated 19“ color flat panel display|
|USB ports||6 ports|