ZEISS CALLISTO eye
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ZEISS CALLISTO eye

Computer assisted cataract surgery

With ZEISS CALLISTO eye® markerless alignment, manual marking steps can be skipped altogether for an efficient1 and precise2 toric IOL alignment to reduce residual astigmatism. It helps you meet patient expectations with assistance functions projected directly into your surgical field.

  • Surgeon-controlled assistance functions
  • Markerless toric IOL alignment
  • Convenient documentation
Cataract assistance functions for every step of the surgery

Cataract assistance functions for every step of the surgery

The assistance functions of ZEISS CALLISTO eye are completely surgeon-controlled – with either the foot control panel or handgrips.

Cataract assistance functions for every step of the surgery

Z ALIGN

Z ALIGN®

Perform toric IOL centration on the visual axis provided by the IOLMaster and perform rotational alignment.

Incision

Incision

Position incisions, optionally on the steep axis; add opposite clear cornea incision and paracenteses.

Rhexis

Rhexis

Precisely2 size and shape capsulorhexis and align the IOL on the visual axis provided by the IOLMaster.

LRI

LRI

Perform limbal relaxing incisions.

K TRACK<sup>®<sup/>

K TRACK®

Estimate the local corneal curvature in combination with a keratoscope.

Markerless toric IOL alignment

Markerless toric IOL alignment

Starting with a biometry reference image from the IOLMaster® from ZEISS, data is transferred smoothly to ZEISS CALLISTO eye. This data is used to create overlays in the eyepiece. Save time, increase efficiency and reduce residual astigmatism when you:

  • skip manual preoperative marking
  • skip manual data transfer
  • skip manual intraoperative marking

Convenient data management

HD video recording and photos that include assistance functions meet demanding requirements in quality management, teaching and for presentations. Import patient lists via a network connection and DICOM modality worklist or USB stick. Export videos and photos via a DICOM network connection or USB stick. Your OR team can easily follow the surgery thanks to the full-screen live video.

Downloads

  • OPMI LUMERA 700 brochure EN

    Pages: 16
    File size: 1 MB

Specifications

ZEISS CALLISTO eye

ZEISS CALLISTO eye panel PC
Touch screen
Projected Capacitive Touch (PCT) with anti-reflective coating, scratch-proof
Processor

Intel® Core i5 6442EQ 1.9 GHz

Hard drive
SSD for operating system, SATA HDD 1 TB for data
Display
Integrated 24” color flat screen with high luminosity and wide viewing angle
Video signals
PAL 576i50; NTSC 480i60; 1080i50; 1080i60
Only possible with camera models from Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
Ports
1 × CAN-Bus, 2 × 1 Gigabit Ethernet, 5 × USB 3.0, 1 × potential equalization
Video input
1 × Y/C, 1 × HD-SDI
Video output
2 × HDMI
Connectivity
Integrated RJ45 10/100Base-T Ethernet port for connection to ZEISS OPMI LUMERA 700 and hospital network
Weight
ca. 10 kg
ZEISS CALLISTO eye software
Version
3.7

Compatibility Overview

Which product works with which CALLISTO eye feature?

ZEISS OPMI LUMERA 700 with IDIS
ZEISS OPMI LUMERA family3 with EDIS
CALLISTO eye BASIC
High quality video and photo documentation

Mounting options:

- Floor stand of the ZEISS surgical microscope

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- Ceiling mount

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- Wheeled stand

- Table stand

Full remote control of surgical microscope

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  • 1

    Clinical data of Dr. Mayer: "Toric IOL implantation was significantly faster using digital marking" published in J Cataract Refract Surg 2017; 43:1281–1286.

  • 2

    VIROS research team of Prof. Findl: Clinical data of Dr. Varsits "Deviation between the postoperative (at the end of surgery in the operating room) and aimed IOL axes was 0.52 degrees± 0.56 (SD)" published in J Cataract Refract Surg 2019; 45:1234–1238 and Clinical data of Dr. Hirnschall presented at ESCRS 2013.

  • 3

    S88/OPMI Lumera T, OPMI Lumera i, S7/OPMI Lumera