The LAMBDA 100 Retinometer is the first compact instrument for assessing potential visual acuity of patients with cataracts and other opacities.
XHL Xenon Halogen Technology and brightness control
Simple, easy-to-use controls
Compact, lightweight (100g)
The LAMBDA 100 Retinometer is the first compact instrument for assessing potential visual acuity of patients with cataracts and other opacities. LAMBDA 100 – clinically tested with excellent results.
Simple, easy-to-use controls. Reliable diagnosis, easy to operate.
Compact, lightweight (100 g). Can be used anywhere – even bedside.
XHL Xenon Halogen Technology and brightness control. Avoids patients discomfort from dazzle.
LAMBDA 100 with decimal scale (scale 1), 1 Patient card, BETA4 USB rechargeable handle with USB cord and plug-in power supply, spare bulb
“How well will I be able to see
after the operation?”
While this is the most important question for many patients
prior to eye surgery, it is frequently difficult for the treating
physician to answer. That’s because when it comes to media
opacities such as cataracts, checking visual acuity is often
difficult if not impossible. Moreover, many patients simultaneously suffer from several comorbidities affecting visual acuity,
such as cataracts and age-related macular degeneration.1
This makes it even more difficult to estimate the extent to
which a patient will benefit from cataract surgery and how well
he or she will be able to see following the operation. Clinical
studies have shown that for patients with media opacities,