With the Eyestar 900, Haag-Streit is opening a new chapter in measuring, imaging and diagnosing the human eye with the introduction of a complete swept-source OCT-based eye analyser. The Eyestar 900 features swept-source technology, enabling precise measurement, as well as topographic assessment of the front and back corneal surface and the anterior chamber, including the lens, as well as imaging of all these structures. It also includes cornea-to-retina biometry of the entire eye.
Imaging of the entire anterior chamber, including the crystalline lens, allows the user to easily verify any measurement and to identify anatomical anomalies that may interfere with planned surgical procedures. Topographic maps of the anterior and posterior cornea and pachymetry maps enable users to improve their surgical plan and review patients’ suitability for specific interventions, such as toric- or multifocal IOL.
The refraction-corrected B-scan OCT imaging of the anterior chamber allows visual anatomy assessment in 16 cross-sections. The software also determines the three-dimensional lens orientation and location and displays the respective information in an intuitive detail result screen, featuring the B-scan cross-section in the direction of the maximum lens tilt.
Eyestar 900 provides corneal topography in compliance with Class A topographer standards. The maps of the cataract suite cover 7.5 mm in diameter and provide comprehensive information of the front as well as the back of the cornea and pachymetry. More detailed data and analysis will be part of the soon-to-be-released anterior chamber suite.