PACHYMETER-PALMSCAN P2000T PACHYMETER
A True Peak Detecting Pachymeter
When microns matter, PalmScan Delivers
The PalmScan P2000 Pachymeter is an indispensable tool for corneal measurements. It gives the user the ability to quickly and accurately measure at any location on the cornea. Unlike other pachymeters in the market today, PalmScan allows the users to verify the accuracy of measurements by displaying the measured echogram of the cornea in order to confirm the validity of the measurement.
With a 3 micron measurement accuracy, PalmScan P2000 is the most accurate device available today. It comes with a high frequency, high bandwidth 50 MHz probe which sets it apart from all other devices in its class and allow for measurements of ultra thin structures as well as ability to measure on diseased corneas.
In the CCT mode, P2000 Pachymeter allows users to accurately measure the corneal thickness and calculate the adjusted IOP value based on the measurement. In addition, In the CMAP mode, a corneal thickness map can be generated based on the measurement of the cornea at 17 various locations. The measurements for left and right eye are stored separately in a convenient patient database.
This pachymeter system also has the ability to create a PDF report of the measurements and calculations and to send these reports wirelessly to a printer or to a EMR system.
Ability to measure corneas through the single use Pachy Tip Cover is another exceptional feature of the PalmScan P2000 Pachymeter. With the Pachy Tip Covers you can make most accurate measurements in a surgical setting without compromising the patient with cross contamination.
P2000 Pachymeter Features
Central and Peripheral corneal Pachymetry
50 MHz Probe (highest in the market)
264 MHz sampling (highest in the market)
Dry Bed Measurements
Corneal Waveform Technology
Generates PDF Pachymetry reports
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