ZEISS Corneal Refractive Workflow

Transform connectivity into success

ZEISS enables you to streamline your refractive workflow with a digital connected infrastructure and improve efficiency with the right solution for any eligible patient.

Peer perspective video: Transforming connectivity into success

Sri Ganesh, MD, and Andrea Russo, MD

Andrea Russo, MD, Italy, and Sri Ganesh, MD, India, demonstrate how they benefit from the ZEISS Corneal Refractive Workflow to be more efficient in refractive surgery. Take a look into their daily routine to understand why Sri Ganesh says, “The digital workflow is the backbone of our practice.”

Peer perspective video: Transforming the patient experience

Bruce Rivers, MD

Tools of the ZEISS Corneal Refractive Workflow support you in explaining the different treatment options from preparation to post surgery care to the patient. According to Bruce Rivers, MD, USA, this is the reason why informed patients make the best patients: “The experience is just as important as the result.” Look behind the scenes of his state-of the-art clinic.

Experience value beyond the devices at each step of your workflow.

Assess & educate

Paving the way from consultation to diagnostic

Stand out from the crowd by enhancing your clinic’s patient interactions from first contact to diagnostic and beyond.


Planning customized treatments outside the OR

Using a remote planning station supports efficient workflow and comfortable treatment planning with available diagnostics.


Delivering the right refractive laser solution for any eligible patient

Optimize your procedure workflow with a solution that covers a broad range of corneal refractive treatments.


Examining and verifying refractive outcomes

Collect, store and statistically analyze your own clinical data in a standardized way to create personalized nomograms.

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    Refractive Workplace  is available in the USA, as a software classified as non medical device.

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    VISULYZE is available in the USA, as a software classified as non medical device.