Imaging in the new normal

  • Breath shields for physical distancing
  • No-touch imaging
  • Efficiency for adapted workflows
ZEISS CLARUS for a Post-COVID-19 Practice

Measures and workflow to support your reopening

As you begin to re-open your practice, you may be considering what you can do to reassure patients and staff plus provide a greater degree of workflow efficiency and throughput. The CLARUS Ultra-widefield fundus imaging system from ZEISS is perfectly geared towards helping you implement no-touch, physically distanced and efficient exams in your practice.

Setting your ZEISS CLARUS up for patient care in the new normal

Breath shields

Breath shields for ZEISS CLARUS 500/700 provide a physical barrier between patient and staff. Watch the video to preview the installation process.

No-touch and efficient ultra-widefield imaging for new, adapted workflows

  • Physically distanced image capture
  • More information in less time

No-touch exams

No-touch image acquisition is facilitated by the stationary chin and forehead rests, which align the patient to a stable position while the operator moves and aligns the optics to the patient.

No-touch imaging with CLARUS
One true color image to cover ETDRS and the 7 standard fields of view

Minimize patient exposure to surfaces

ZEISS CLARUS is a comprehensive ultra-widefield retinal camera that captures ultra-widefield images in true color, with unsurpassed image quality and a complete suite of modalities including fluorescein angiography, autofluorescence and more.

  • Now capture more information in less time on one fundus imaging system.
  • Avoid having to move the patient to another device for a high-resolution image, reducing patient exposure to multiple surfaces.
  • Acquire a 133° true color image that covers ETDRS and the 7 standard fields of view—one single image to provide all the critical information you need in less time.

Hear from experts on ultra-widefield imaging in the post-COVID landscape

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CLARUS Imaging Spotlight

Telehealth diagnosis

In this latest Imaging Spotlight, a 71-year-old patient seeking a follow-up exam feared being seen in a large city hospital due to the COVID exposure risk. He was subsequently seen at a newly established satellite imaging facility, where social-distanced image capture using both CIRRUS 6000 and CLARUS 700 confirmed the stability of his posterior pole.

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