OPMI® PENTERO® 900 from ZEISS represents the next generation in visualization. Building on the innovations of ZEISS OPMI Pentero introduced in 2004, ZEISS OPMI PENTERO 900 combines award-winning design concepts and new functionalities in a proven, fully integrated surgical microscope. Key functions have been enhanced and new visualization methods integrated, raising ZEISS OPMI PENTERO 900 to a high level of performance.
The integrated video chain for ZEISS surgical microscopes is the most convenient way to generate images for information, documentation, teaching and presentation purposes. Experience the performance and ergonomic advantages of the surgical microscope without any impairment by cables or bulky video adapters. The integrated control allows management of the video together with the device facilitating a streamlined surgical workflow.
To support customer specific requirements, external components can be mounted to the surgical microscope, via standard optical and mechanical interfaces increasing the flexibility and retrofitability of surgical microscope.
The SLR adapter f = 340 mm, enabling still image documentation, perfectly fits to the surgical microscope.
Intraoperative visual assessment of blood flow and vessel patency during arteriovenous malformation (AVM), bypass and aneurysm surgery.
INFRARED™ 800 is indicated for use in neurosurgery, plastic and reconstructive procedures and coronary artery bypass graft surgery.
FLOW® 800 is a unique fluorescence application enabling visual analysis of vascular blood flow dynamics. It compiles INFRARED 800 video sequences into visual maps, diagrams or side-by-side images, enabling an in-depth interpretation of fluorescence videos.
YELLOW™ 560 visualizes fluorescent dyes in the wavelength range from 540 to 690 nm for additional fields of application. It is the first fluorescence module from ZEISS highlighting fluorescein-stained structures while viewing non-stained tissue in color. Optionally available in HD quality.
1 Obtained within scope of a clinical investigation.
BLUE™ 400 supports intraoperative identification of high-grade gliomas. It is the first fully microscope-integrated fluorescence module designed as a result of a successfully conducted Phase III multi-center study.2
2 Stummer W, Pichlmeier U, Meinel T et al: Fluorescence-guided surgery with
5-aminolevulinic acid for resection of malignant glioma: a randomised controlled multicentre phase III trial. Lancet Oncol 7: 392-401, 2006
ZEISS OPMI PENTERO 900 offers comprehensive connectivity with workplace technologies and data management functionality. Integrated modules like MultiVision™ and DICOM ensure a seamless connection with other visualization devices and into the hospital’s communication infrastructure, respectively.
The flexible Foldable Tube f170/f260 offers increased positioning capability, magnification and user comfort. With a quick dial turn, the integrated PROMAG™ functionality provides an additional 50 percent magnification gain.
Achieve further increase in magnification for applications requiring
sub-millimeter visualization with the ZEISS 3-step Magnification Changer.
The stereo co-observation tube enables a second surgeon to see the surgical field at the same magnification level as the primary surgeon. This is particularly suitable for sterile assistants or for training.
Surgical Drapes from ZEISS are manufactured with VisionGuard®, a unique, optical lens that works with the surgical microscope’s objective like a single optical unit to ensure optical clarity. The lens can be replaced with a new sterile lens during surgery without compromising sterility.
The wireless foot control panel, designed to manage multiple functions of the surgical microscope, can be freely positioned for rapid set up and user convenience during surgery. The intelligent power management function ensures long-lasting operability.
*Please use the fluorescent agent as per the approval status for the application in your country.