G4 Galilei Topographer Applications. Proceed with Confidence.
You have a busy practice. And we have the topographer/tomographer applications that wants to help you with it. Just look at all the applications for the Galilei G4 and G6. Maybe you’ll invent a new one.
- Refractive and Asymmetry screening
- IOL calculations
- Corneal implant planning
- Corneal incision planning
Refractive and Asymmetry Screening
The Galilei G4 offers a complete dataset for refractive and asymmetry screening. Precise posterior corneal curvature and elevation make it easy to detect posterior corneal bulging and signs of corneal asymmetry even in very early stage.
The Galilei G4 is a comprehensive tool for IOL planning and calculation.
One measurement captures both anterior and posterior corneal data. Data displayed includes anterior and posterior astigmatism, higher-order aberrations as well as total corneal power. A licensable IOL calculator integrated the renowned Shammas no-history formula, which allows for reliable IOL prediction in post-refractive cases where a patient’s clinical history is no longer available.
For planning corneal implant surgery, the G4 presents corneal pachymetry, high-order aberrations, curvature maps, and total corneal astigmatism. This information will allow you to choose the right ring and corneal position.
The Galilei G4 ensures a reliable post-op, follow-up on the patient with corneal inlays. Licensable software for the procedure is already onboard your Galilei on delivery.
Corneal incision planning
With high definition pachymetry, high order aberrations, and total corneal astigmatism data, Galilei G4 offers a complete set for a precise planning and positioning of arcuate incisions for astigmatism correction in conjunction with cataract surgery.
Review the G4’s extensive range of topographer/tomographer reports
Planning and follow-up of Keratoplasty
With the Galilei, anterior and posterior corneal astigmatism can be closely controlled. This helps in planning a selective suture removal, or to follow-up on DSAEK surgery. High-definition corneal
pachymetry maps are important for assessing tissue cut quality and later visual acuity.