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Improving Outcomes

While the introduction of optical biometry revolutionised cataract surgery in the late 1990s, Haag-Streit is writing the latest chapter in biometry history with its LENSTAR.

The LENSTAR provides highly accurate laser optic measurements for every section of the eye − from the cornea to the retina. With its integrated Olsen formula and the optional Toric Planner featuring the Barrett Toric Calculator, the LENSTAR supplies the user with latest technology in IOL prediction for any patient.

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LENSTAR LS 900

LENSTAR is an all in one biometer, keratometer, pachymeter, pupillometer and IOL calculator. It provides laser interferometric biometry of the entire eye, precise keratometry, astigmatism and axis measurement, WtW and pupillometry simultaneously in a single measurement.

Accurate IOL prediction is crucial for patient satisfaction in state of the art cataract surgery. LENSTAR provides all measurements needed to take full advantage of latest generation IOL prediction methods for improved refractive outcomes in one click.

Holladay I, SRK/T, Haigis, Hoffer Q and Olsen formula are built-in as standard. Also included are; Masket, Modified Masket and Barrett True K IOL power calculations for post refractive patients.

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Eyesuite IOL

Latest generation IOL calculation methods like Olsen and Barrett, implemented in EyeSuite IOL, the IOL planning suite of the Lenstar, allow excellent IOL prediction in short, average and ling eyes with standard spherical or toric IOLs. Furthermore, EyeSuite features a comprehensive set of post refractive IOL calculation formulae.

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T-Cone Toric Platform

The T-Cone Toric Platform provides the LENSTAR user with true Placido Topography of the central 6mm of the anterior cornea, highly accurate K-readings of the 2.3 and the 1.65mm rings and with EyeSuite IOL Toric planner an advanced toric calculator for the precise planning of the toric intervention on high-resolution eye images.