MESSAGE FROM EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT OF ZEISS MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

As you focus on protecting the health of your patients and on the needs of your practice, know that ZEISS Medical Technology continues to support you.

We are here to support you

We want to ensure that you have access to technologies and solutions so you can provide the best possible care for your patients.

Stay in touch through our social media channels.

Resources

Information and tools to help you keep your practice and patients safe.

Disinfecting ophthalmic devices

Recommended cleaning and disinfecting procedures for ZEISS ophthalmic devices.
Recommended cleaning and disinfecting procedures for ZEISS ophthalmic devices.

Cleaning and disinfecting ZEISS ophthalmic devices

To help ensure proper cleaning, ZEISS provides specific instructions for use that include disinfectant guidelines which can be found in the user manuals. With very little impact to the daily workflow, ZEISS ophthalmic devices can be easily cleaned and disinfected by healthcare professionals between each patient exam.

IMPORTANT: It is always recommended to follow cleaning instructions outlined in the user manual for each ZEISS instrument.

Quick links for ZEISS ophthalmic devices

OCT systems

Retinal cameras

Perimetry

Optical biometers

ZEISS Essential Line

Refractive lasers

Therapeutic lasers

Slit lamps

CIRRUS 6000
CIRRUS 5000/500

CLARUS 700
CLARUS 500

HFA3

IOLMaster 700
IOLMaster 500

VISUREF 150
VISULENS 550
VISUPLAN 500
VISUSCOUT 100

VisuMax
VisuMax (USA)
MEL 90
MEL 80

VISULAS 532s
VISULAS YAG III
VISULAS Trion
VISULAS green

SL 800

Frequently asked questions

What solvents can be used to clean ZEISS device surfaces?

ZEISS recommends a disinfectant such as isopropyl alcohol. Isopropyl alcohol contains 70% alcohol, which is recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Please refer to the device user manual for a list of other appropriate cleaning and disinfecting agents.

Can the HFA bowl be cleaned and how often?

The HFA bowl is a specialized surface and an integral part of the calibrated instrument. It is not intended to be regularly cleaned. Any frequent contact with the bowl surface, including cleaning with a soft cloth with distilled water, cleaner or 70% isopropyl alcohol, could degrade the reflective surface of the bowl, which can damage the device and impact performance. If cleaning is necessary due to possible contamination, it is critical to follow the cleaning procedure outlined in the user manual.

Can the HFA3 Liquid Lens be cleaned?

The Liquid Trial Lens may be cleaned with a soft cloth or tissue and one of the following cleaners: 70% isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) in water, or mild glass cleaner containing no ammonia.

Can the OCT lenses be cleaned?

Yes. As specified in section 11.3.4 of the CIRRUS user manual (Cleaning Heavy Contamination), lenses should be cleaned using only water, isopropyl alcohol and acetone.

Free protective breath shields

Free protective breath shields for slit lamps for ophthalmic practices.
Free protective breath shields for slit lamps for ophthalmic practices.

Free protective breath shields for slit lamps

  • Fits a variety of slit lamp makes and models
  • Easy installation
  • Easy access to device controls and to your patient

Currently available to ship to the EU, UK, USA, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, and Indonesia.

Only available to healthcare practices with slit lamps currently in use in their practice. Limited time offer through May 2020 and subject to availability. Due to limited supply, only two shields and one shipment per practice. Due to the high demand and the current logistics situation of your country, there could be a delay in the timely receipt of your shipment. Shipments may take up to 2 weeks or more depending upon your location. We cannot guarantee the breath shields fit every slit lamp make and model. The breath shields are a donation by Carl Zeiss Meditec AG. The breath shield is not an approved medical device, nor guaranteed to block transmission of viral pathogens, to reduce risk of disease infection, or to prevent any disease.

Virtual education programs

Stay connected and learn from your peers about the latest technologies in clinical practice.

For ophthalmic practices

Upcoming webinars

Date Time Title Speaker

Friday, 27 March - Saturday, 28 March 2020

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (GMT-4)

2020 Virtual Optometric Summit

 

Thursday, 9 April 2020 

2:30 PM (GMT-4)

All things Glaucoma with OCT

Murray Fingeret, OD, FAAO
Michael Chaglasian, OD, FAAO

Thursday, 16 April 2020

9:00-9:30 PM (GMT+7)

Decision-Making Matrix - SMILE vs LASIK vs TransPRK vs ICL

Prof. Dr. Dan Z. Reinstein

Thursday, 23 April 2020

9:00-9:30 PM  (GMT+7)

Past and Present – SMILE 10-Year Data and Recent Studies

Prof. Dr. med. Walter Sekundo

Thursday, 30 April 2020

9:00-9:30 PM  (GMT+7)

Performing TransPRK & Topo-Guided Treatments with MEL 80 or MEL 90

Dr. Rupal Shah

Thursday, 7 May 2020

9:00-9:30 PM  (GMT+7)

Decision-Making Matrix – Managing Presbyopia

Dr. med. Detlev R. H. Breyer

Thursday, 14 May 2020

9:00-9:30 PM  (GMT+7)

Understanding Your Patients’ Motivations and Barriers

Dr. Ian Chan

On-demand webinars

Date Time Title Speaker

On-demand

On-demand

State of OCT technology – where it's headed and key considerations for your retina practice.

Eric Schneider, MD

For dental practices

Title Speaker

Color guided dentistry: the key to success in modern restorative dentistry

Dr. Christian del Rey Schnitzler, Dr. Guillermo Carrera Gonzalez-Orús

Margin Control: The key for long-term success in esthetic dentistry

Prof. Marko Jakovac, DMD, MSc, PhD

Free access to Clinical Insights

Enhance your knowledge with free access to articles, case studies, presentation and more from your peers.