The Essential OCT
CIRRUS HD-OCT 500 offers comprehensive care practices essential OCT capabilities with a broad range of clinical applications in an easy-to-learn, easy-to-use instrument. It aids in the management of glaucoma and retinal disease, retina assessment for cataract surgery and anterior segment imaging for corneal disease.
All New Models 5000 and 500
Today, there’s a CIRRUS™ that can help your practice manage the challenges you face on a daily basis. The new CIRRUS HD-OCT models 5000 and 500 are specifically designed to deliver a carefully constructed set of sophisticated applications that build upon one another to deliver rapidly-evolving diagnostics for multiple patient populations. CIRRUS HD-OCT 5000 is the clinical powerhouse with FastTrac™ and sophisticated analyses for the busy advanced care practice. CIRRUS HD-OCT 500 is the essential OCT with the technology to power today’s comprehensive practice.
CIRRUS for Retinal Disease
With the new FastTrac retinal tracking system, precise macular thickness analyses, Fovea Finder™, detailed layer maps and more than 100 B-scans at your disposal, CIRRUS provides the framework to comprehensively assess your patient’s retinal condition. CIRRUS data cubes are registered with data from prior visits after the scan is acquired. This enables side-by-side visualization of the same location on the retina for each visit. CIRRUS compares measurements from the current and prior visits to provide a thickness change map that helps you determine next steps for your patient. 3-D cubes and Advanced Visualization™ can be used for pre-operative planning for VRI disorders. For dry AMD, CIRRUS helps you monitor pre-conversion patients today and prepare for tomorrow’s dry AMD therapy.
CIRRUS for Glaucoma
No other company offers a more complete suite of integrated glaucoma diagnostics. CIRRUS is the HFA’s perfect companion for glaucoma management. Today’s CIRRUS glaucoma applications include RNFL, ONH and angle assessment as well as the new Ganglion Cell Analysis (GCA). When ONH and RNFL status are indeterminate, GCA can sharpen the picture. With CIRRUS angle imaging and central corneal thickness measurements, you have the world’s standard-setting comprehensive tool for glaucoma structural assessment. Guided Progression Analysis™ (GPA) provides a powerful tool for determining change for RNFL and optic nerve head parameters.