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The first retinal OCT with Anterior Chamber imaging

Anterior Segment Imaging

NEW CIRRUS HD-OCT 5000

Advancing Smart OCT

for Anterior Segment, Glaucoma, and Retina

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Certainty meets versatility

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NEW Smart HD Scans

Automatically center on fovea

Target critical areas when you most need it

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CIRRUS Smartcube

Puts answers within reach
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CIRRUS Family

Discover an OCT that’s right for you.

There’s a CIRRUS for you

CIRRUS can help your practice manage through the daily challenges you face today. Designed to deliver a carefully constructed set of sophisticated applications that build upon one another to address rapidly evolving requirements for diagnostics.

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CIRRUS HD-OCT
World's leading OCT
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The complete package for
fundus and OCT
  Model 5000
The clinical powerhouse OCT
Model 500
The essential OCT
Model 800
The versatile multi-modality Imager
Model 600
The smart imaging combo
OCT        
RETINA        
Smart HD Scan Patterns

     
En Face Reports


   
FastTrac™ Retinal Tracking system      
Advanced RPE Analysis      
Macular Thickness and Change Analysis
Macular Thickness Normative Data
GLAUCOMA        
PanoMap Analysis


   
Gangion Cell Analysis    
Guided Progression Analysis™ (GPA™)
ONH & RNFL OU Analysis with normative data
ANGLE/CORNEA IMAGING        
ChamberView*


   
HD Angle*


   
Angle-to-Angle Wide Scan*


   
HD Cornea*


   
Angle Visualization
Central Corneal Thickness •  • 
 
Fundus Imaging        
Technology Line Scanning  Ophthalmoscope Live OCT Fundus™ 5.0 magepixel CCD camera 5.0 megapixel CCD camera
Color Imaging    
Fundus Autofluorescence     Standard** Standard**
Fluorescein Angiography
     
ICG Angiography
    Standard**  

Technical Specifications

OCT scanning speed (A-scan/sec) 27,000-68,000*** 27,000-68,000*** 27,000 27,000
OCT Axial resolution (in tissue)
5 μm
5 μm 5 μm 5 μm
Minimum pupil diameter
2 mm
2 mm
2 mm (OCT)
3.3 mm (fundus camera)
2 mm (OCT)
3.3 mm (fundus camera)
Fundus Image field of view
36 x 30 degrees
36 x 22 degrees
45 degrees
30 degress (small pupil mode)
45 degrees
30 degress (small pupil mode)

* Optional Licensed Features

** Features are either available as an additional option or as a standard in some countries.

*** All existing scan patterns in version 6.5 software run at 27,000 A-scans per second. The OCT fundus image acquired with the Model 500 will be captured at 68,000 A-scans per second.

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NEW CIRRUS Imaging Applications

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Advancing Smart OCT

for Anterior Segment, Glaucoma and Retina
  • Anterior Segment Premier Module
  • PanoMap Wide-Field Display
  • Smart HD Scans
  • En face report

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Anterior Segment Premier Module

  • ChamberView image*
  • HD Angle
  • Wide Angle-to-Angle scan
  • HD Cornea Scan

ChamberView image*

ChamberView provides an expansive 15.5 mm wide view of the entire anterior chamber to help identify patients at risk for angle closure glaucoma

HD Angle

High-resolution 6 mm angle image shows the key anatomical landmarks including scleral spur to aid in evaluation of the anterior chamber angle configuration.

Wide Angle-to-Angle scan

Dual-angle assessment with a 15.5 mm limbus to limbus view of iris configuration

HD Cornea Scan

9 mm high-resolution scan details of corneal anatomy for assessing corneal health and pathology

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PanoMap Wide-Field Display

Assess structural damage with more insight
The New CIRRUS PanoMap wide-field displays structural data for the entire posterior pole

  • Integration of RNFL, ONH, GCA, and Macular Thickness analysis
  • Wide-View – Get the whole picture with the entire view AND analysis of the macula and optic disc
  • Backward-compatible — A wide-field view of the posterior pole without altering the scan protocols

Smart HD Scans

Automatic centering of scans ensures you see the fovea in each patient.

Details matter — Add flexible HD scans to your macular assessments for more informed treatment decisions

Get it right the first time — Improves clinic flow by eliminating rescans due to missed fovea


HD 21 Line

HD Cross

HD Radial

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En face Report

Targeted visualizations of critical anatomy

NEW en face report — Stunning multi-layer retinal analysis from SmartCube™ adds NEW en face presets to quickly localize pathology by retinal layer

  • Presets for VRI, Mid-Retina, IS/OS Ellipsoid, and Choroid
  • Interactive and customizable

En Face VRI View

VRI en face preset display:
Epiretinal membrane (ERM) example where the dark areas indicate membrane detachment

En Face Mid-Retina View

Mid-Retina en face preset display:
Cystoid macular edema (CME) example with the hallmark flower petal pattern

En Face IS/OS-Ellipsoid View

IS/OS-Ellipsoid en face preset display: Hydroxychloroquine toxicity example with the classic bull’s eye maculopathy

En Face Choroid View

Choroid en face preset display:
Geographic Atrophy (GA) example where the bright regions highlight the RPE loss

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CME Webinar Series

Advanced Optical Coherence Tomography Applications for the Retina Specialist

Advanced OCT Webinars

Applications for the Retina Specialist

Advanced OCT Imagaing Technology
SriniVas R. Sadda, MD
Keck School of Medicine
University of Southern California


Thursday, November 6, 2014
8 pm ET/5 pm PT

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British Journal of Ophthalmology

Advances in Optical Coherence Tomography

Page(s): 52
File size: 195,883 kB
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Advanced Optical Coherence Tomography

Applications for the Retina Specialist

Page(s): 24
File size: 1,178 kB
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European Ophthalmic Review

Optical Coherence Tomography Imaging and Quantitative Assessment for Monitoring Dry Age-related Macular Degeneration

Page(s): 8
File size: 14,003 kB
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US Ophthalmic Review

Spectral-domain Optical Coherence Tomography Imaging of Age-related Macular Degeneration

Page(s): 8
File size: 349 kB
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Ophthalmology Management:

Energize Your Practice with Diagnostics that Streamline Patient Care

Page(s): 8
File size: 3,333 kB
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OCT in Today’s Optometric Practice: Diagnosing/Managing Retina

Part one of a three-part series on the important role of the CIRRUS HD-OCT and how it may ultimately allow practitioners to provide a higher standard of care to their patients.

Page(s): 4
File size: 455 kB
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OCT in Today’s Optometric Practice: Diagnosing/Managing Glaucoma

Part two of a three-part series on the important role of the CIRRUS HD-OCT and how it may ultimately allow practitioners to provide a higher standard of care to their patients.

Page(s): 4
File size: 2,823 kB
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OCT in Today’s Optometric Practice: Practice Management Pearls

Part three of a three-part series on the important role of the CIRRUS HD-OCT and how it may ultimately allow practitioners to provide a higher standard of care to their patients.

Page(s): 4
File size: 1,664 kB
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Image of the Month

September 2014

Images Courtesy of
Wayne Davis, DO
Vitreo-retinal Surgery Fellow

Flaum Eye Institute
Strong Memorial Hospital
University of Rochester


Ophthalmic Photographer
Rachel Hollar, CRA, OCT-C


Captured with
FF450plus
CIRRUS HD-OCT

September 2014

Background: A 29-year-old female patient underwent panretinal photocoagulation two months previously for high risk proliferative diabetic retinopathy in the right eye. On follow up exam she was found to have persistent high-risk proliferative diabetic retinopathy, raising the question as to whether further laser or other therapy was needed.

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Symposium Presentations

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The Glaucoma Power Duo

Structure & Function

Steven D. Vold, MD
Founder and CEO, Vold Vision

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FastTrac™-ing

Your Retina Care

SriniVas R. Sadda, MD
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology
Director, Medical Retina Service, Doheny Eye Institute

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Boost Your Practice Efficiency

FORUM® Eye Care Data Management

Rishi P. Singh, MD
Retina Specialist, Cleveland Clinic

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21st Century Glaucoma Management

The Importance of Structure and Function

Nathan Radcliffe, MD
Weill Cornell Medical College

Educational Presentations

Evolving Paradigms in Glaucoma Management

Nathan Radcliffe, MD

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Enhanced Connectivity: CIRRUS OD-OCT version 5.2 and FORUM

Peter L. Sonkin, MD

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Spectral Domain OCT: What You See Isn't What you Get

Brandon J. Lujan, MD

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ZEISS Academy @Vision Expo

CIRRUS SmartCube

Michael Chaglasian, OD
Richard Madonna, OD, FAAO

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Growing Your Practice with Forum Eye Care Data Management

Craig Thomas, OD

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2014 Tradeshows

Come by the ZEISS booth for a product demonstration

American Optometric Association ( AOA )
06/25/2014 - 06/29/2014 USA/ Philadelphia, PA

Club Vit
06/28/2014 - 07/02/2014 USA/ Beaver Creek, CO

American Society of Retina Specialists ( ASRS )
08/09/2014 - 08/13/2014 USA/ San Diego, CA

European VitreoRetinal Society ( EVRS )
09/04/14 to 09/07/14 - Porto Portugal

The Retina Society
09/11/2014 - 09/14/2014 USA/ Philadelphia, PA

EURETINA
09/11/14 - 9/14/14 London England

European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons ( ESCRS )
09/13/14 - 09/17/14 London England

Vision Expo West ( VEW )
09/17/2014 - 09/20/2014 USA/ Las Vegas, NV

American Academy of Ophthalmology ( AAO )
10/18/2014 - 10/21/2014 USA/ Chicago, IL

American Academy of Optometry ( AAOpto )
11/12/2014 - 11/15/2014 USA/ Denver, CO

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