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Condition: Used - Excellent
Type: Ophthalmology General
Model: AL Scan Optical Biometer IOL Ultrasound Biometry w A Scan & Pachy Probes
MPN: AL Scan Optical Biometer IOL Ultrasound Biometry
Depth: 24 inches
Height: 24 inches
Width: 24 inches
Nidek AL Scan Optical Biometer IOL Ultrasound Biometry with A Scan & Pachymetry Probes. Calibration Eyes Included!
This unit has been fully tested, serviced and refurbished at our headquarters in Tampa, Florida. We also include a full warranty. Please see photos for all included accessories.
This unit has both A Scan & Pachy probes included. The AL Scan also has a built in thermal printer, two calibration test eyes, manual, foot pedal and full warranty!
This model is very hard to find on the used market. In stock and can be shipped almost anywhere in the world.
-Effortless measurement of 6 clinical parameters in 10 seconds
-Anterior segment observation with Scheimpflug imaging and double mire ring keratometry
-Optional built-in ultrasound biometer
-IOL power calculation and IOL constants optimization
-Additional features with AL-Scan Viewer for NAVIS-EX
In 10 seconds, six values for cataract surgery are measured:
Corneal curvature radius
Anterior chamber depth
Central corneal thickness
3-D auto tracking and auto shot
The 3-D auto tracking follows eye movements along the X-Y-Z directions to ensure accurate alignment of the eye. Once correct alignment is completed, the auto shot immediately captures the image and data.
The IOL power is automatically calculated after measurement. Calculation of a personalized IOL constant improves postoperative accuracy.
Conventional: SRK, SRK II, SRK/T, Binkhorst, Hoffer Q, Holladay 1, Haigis, Camellin-Calossi
Post-LASIK: Camellin-Calossi, Shammas-PL
Data management and IOL power calculations
The large storage capacity of the NAVIS-EX database is available for review on the AL-Scan Viewer. The basic functions of the AL-Scan can also be performed with the AL-Scan Viewer including IOL power calculations and optimization of IOL constants.
Toric lens assist function
Acquisition of multiple toric lens assist images allows selection of the optimal image for digitally marking the astigmatic axis. These images allow better surgical planning for accurate toric IOL alignment.