The Only Corneal Topographer with the Speed of Two Cameras
Refractive and cataract surgeons worldwide rely on the Galilei Topographer for precise measurements.
What sets our methodology apart is the simultaneous use of two cameras for speed; and two different testing methods for accuracy.
1. Placido Topography
- Provides anterior corneal curvature
- Highly accurate anterior curvature
- Precise detection of anterior surface irregularities and tear film quality
2. Dual Scheimpflug Tomography
- Provides posterior corneal curvature
- Precise pachymetry and elevation
- 3D anterior chamber analysis
- Ray-traced posterior corneal surface data to detect bulging and asymmetry early stages
- Scheimpflug gives height based on data points and the curvature
3. Combining data for superior accuracy
- Ziemer’s own proprietary algorithm is used to sort through and combine data to provide a precise surgical roadmap.
Speed: essential for accuracy
- Galilei’s two Scheimpflug cameras gather data faster, which helps maintain patient attention and reduces the time for the eye to dry and distort data.
- Test times average under 3-seconds
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