Diagnostics & State of art Equipments
Future Of Medicine
The Pentacam is a comprehensive eye scanner which provides data critical to the planning of the treatment. The Pentacam images the anterior segment of the eye by a rotating Scheimpflug camera measurement. This rotating process supplies picture in three dimensions.
A Yag capsulotomy is a special laser treatment used to improve your vision after cataract surgery. It is a simple, commonly performed procedure which is very safe. During your cataract operation, the natural lens inside your eye that had become cloudy was removed.
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is an imaging technique that uses low-coherence light to capture micrometer-resolution, two and three dimensional images from within optical scattering media (e.g., biological tissue). It is used for medical imaging and industrial nondestructive testing (NDT).
Specular microscopy is used to determine the number of cells per square millimeter of corneal endothelium. Because cataract surgery causes some loss of endothelial cells, the risk of postoperative corneal decomposition is increased if preoperative endothelial cell counts are low.
B-Scan Ultrasonography, often called just B-Scan or Brightness scan, offers two dimensional cross sectional view of the eye as well as the orbit. A B-Scan is used on the outside of the closed eyelid to view the eye. This type of diagnostic tool is most helpful when there is difficulty examining the eye normally.
Corneal Cross Linking is a minimally invasive procedure that uses ultraviolet light and eye drops in order to strengthen the collagen fibers in the cornea. The procedure is used for patient with keratoconus, a condition in which the cornea grows thin and weak.
Ophthalmoscope. The ophthalmoscope is one of the primary instruments used by the ophthalmologist. It is a hand held device use to examine the interior of the eye. Using a light source, either included in the device or worn on a head band by the examiner, a concave mirror reflects the light into the eye.
Non Contact Tonometer
Non Contact Tonometers / Air Puff Tonometer. A tonometer is a diagnostic tool used by eye care professionals to measure the intraocular pressure (IOP) inside a patient's eyes. A non contact tonometer uses a small puff of air (which is why it's many times referred to as the "puff test") to measure an eye's pressure.
Auto Refractometer with Keratometer
An auto Refractor or automated refractor is a computer controlled machine used during an eye examination to provide an objective measurement of a person's refractive error and prescription for glasses or contact lenses. This is achieved by measuring how light is changed as it enters a person's eye.
Instrument used to calculate IOL power with utmost accuracy
State of Art Operation Theater
With latest equipment for surgery like:
Ziess Operating Microscope with inbuilt Camera