Perimeter combining sensitive, specific & fast suprathreshold glaucoma screening with its unique ZATA threshold algorithm, uniquely able to use prior patient data for the highly accurate measurement of defect progression.
Standard, single stimulus suprathreshold screening tests are available, along with faster full thresholds, more accurate, multiple stimulus versions, Henson screening programs give all levels of optical staff flexibility to customise screening.
The Octopus 600 successfully extends the range of Haag-Streit visual field analysers. It combines testing for early glaucoma detection and standard white-on-white perimetry for long-term follow-up in a single device.
Reliable visual field results with minimal user training
The Octopus 900 is the natural successor to the original Haag-Streit Goldmann perimeter for true 90˚ kinetic perimetry. It can perform the most commonly-used static test procedures, including 24-2 and binocular Estermann tests.
Accurate & reliable manual or automated kinetic perimetry
Twinfield. The OCULUS Twinfield® 2 provides you with more than 50 years of experience in the perimetry area. This device measures the full field of vision using both automatic/static perimetry and automatic/manual kinetic examinations. There is a huge array of test programmes, including SPARK glaucoma screening, binocular Estermann and blue on yellow screening. A true replacement for the Humphrey.
Smartfield. The OCULUS Smartfield is a compact visual field device purposefully optimised for monitoring functional impairment in glaucoma. Based on an ultra-high-luminance LCD screen, it performs standard automated perimetry of the central visual field and beyond. Despite its small size, the Smartfield perimeter offers a comprehensive clinical solution in visual field testing for any glaucoma practice.
COMPASS is the first Fundus Automated Perimeter capable of performing standard 24-2 visual field testing and delivering TrueColour confocal images at the same time. The device provides confocal images of the retina, as well as measurements of retinal threshold sensitivity, under non-mydriatic conditions. It overcomes the Standard Automated Perimetry limitations by setting a new paradigm in visual field testing.
MAIA represents the latest advancements in confocal microperimetry. Retinal images are acquired by SLO and an eye tracker allows accurate, real-time compensation of eye movements. The device combines fundus imaging, retinal sensitivity mapping and fixation analysis in one exam and has been used for over a decade as a powerful tool to detect, describe and follow-up pathologies affecting the macular area.