Online webinář k laserovým procedurám VOLK


Vážení obchodní přátelé,

dovolujeme si Vás pozvat na online webinář k laserovým procedurám, kde se dozvíte tipy a triky pro precizní nerušenou vizualizaci sítnice v celém zorném poli, od zadního pólu po ora-serrata. Dozvíte se také, které čočky jsou doporučené a vhodné pro daný postup.

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We will be discussing tips and tricks for distortion free visualization across the entire field of view, from the posterior pole to the ora-serrata. Stay tuned to learn about which lenses are recommended for the procedure at hand.

Not sure which laser lens is right for you? Below are a few of our most popular retina laser lenses.

Featured Favorites
Great for diagnosing and treating peripheral retinal breaks & tears, or for high magnification in macula treatment. 

Super Quad® 160 Lens 
Synonymous with PRP treatment, the Super Quad allows wide field viewing all the way out to the Ora Serrata for detailed examination. 

H-R Wide Field Lens 
Great for PRP! All the wide field imaging power of the SuperQuad packed into 1/2 the size. Low-dispersion glass minimizes chromatic aberrations. 

Area Centralis® Lens 
Ideal for Focal/Grid laser treatment! Experience detailed, high magnification views of the posterior pole ideal for general examination and administering laser treatment. 

Best for Small Pupil Capability!
Experience wide field imaging for patients who are non-responsive to dilation or when dilation is a risk. 

Equator Plus® Lens 
Wide field imaging and small pupil capability built into an ergonomic, smaller lens body designed for more freedom of maneuverability within the orbit and a perfect choice for patients with deeper eyes. 

H-R Centralis Lens 
Recommended or Focal/Grid laser treatment. High magnification provides detailed views of the posterior pole for precise and safe placement of laser spots, through small pupils. 

QuadrAspheric® Lens 
Wide field imaging out to the peripheral retina with high definition imaging that is perfect for diagnosis as well as treatment for patients with limited dilation. 

We look forward to seeing you during our webinar with Dr. Chintan Dedhia!