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OCULUS Corvis® ST

Evaluation of corneal biomechanical response, tonometry and pachymetry

The revolutionary Corvis® ST records the reaction of the cornea to a defined air pulse with a newly developed high-speed Scheimpflug-camera that takes over 4 300 images per second. IOP and corneal thickness can be measured with great precision on the basis of the Scheimpflug images.

OCULUS Corvis® ST

Why are biomechanical properties so important?

The role of the Corvis® ST in glaucoma diagnostics

The Corvis® ST measures IOP, corneal thickness and the deformation response of the cornea. Based on these data, it has the potential to determine an IOP value that is uninfluenced by corneal biomechanical properties.

Screening for corneal ectasia

Corneal ectasia leads to changes in the viscoelastic properties of the cornea. These changes can be analyzed based on deviations in deformation response parameters relative to normal eyes.

Visualizing the effect of corneal crosslinking

Changes in deformation characteristics due to corneal crosslinking can also be measured with the Corvis® ST. The Corvis® ST has the potential to quantify the effect of crosslinking on the biomechanical properties of the cornea.

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