Dry Eye

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Ocular surface analyser

  • Complete and quick diagnostic to identify the origin of dry eye
  • 4 non-contact exams complying with the criteria of the TFOS - DEWS 2 report:
    • NIBUT
    • Interferometry
    • Tear meniscus heigth
    • Meibography
  • Additional exams: blepharitis and demodex imaging, bulbar redness, staining (corneal, conjunctiva and lid margin), pupillometry, white to white measurement, corneal deformation.

CLINICAL BENEFITS:

  • Diagnose the cause of dry eye earlier
  • Offer patients personalised and effective treatment from the first visit
  • Provide evidence of diagnosis and treatment results
  • Optimise post-surgery results (refractive, cataract)
  • Optimise the comfort of contact lens wearer

NIBUT (Non Invasive Break up)

Non invasive evaluation of the tear film stability on the cornea

Interferometry

Qualitative & quantitative analysis of the lipid layer

Tear meniscus

Quantitative analysis of the aqueous layer

Meibography

Qualitative & quantitative analysis of the Meibomian glands

Staining (fluorescein)

Evaluation of the cornea, conjonctiva & lid margin dammages

Blepharitis

Evaluation of the blepharitis severity from a grading scale

Demodex

Demodex imaging

Bulbar redness

Evaluation of the bulbar redness severity from a grading scale

Pupillometry

Measurement of the pupil diameter with 3 different intensities of light

White to white

White to White diameter measurement

Clinical Articles

Meiboscale

Promotional video

Interview

Symposium

Examination table

Examination table

Compact single column table, wheel chair accessible

Spacer

Spacer

In case of use with a slit lamp, spacer if LacryDiag interfers with the head of the patient

Holder

Holder

LacryDiag holder in case of use with a slit lamp

Flying case

Flying case

Flying case with wheels

Printer

Printer

USB color laser printer