With the CIRRUS 500/5000 dense data cubes, tightly spaced B-scans, (either 30 or 47 μm apart), ensure that small areas of pathology are imaged. For reference, a human hair is about 40-120 μm in diameter. FastTrac™ reduces eye motion artifacts without sacrificing patient throughput with a proprietary scan acquisition strategy, high speed 20 Hz LSO camera, and single-pass alignment scanning. With FastTrac, you can scan at the highest resolution at the same location at each visit and utilize automated wellness reports that provide immediate guidance on patient care.
Field of View
From an ophthalmoscope to a 45-degree fundus camera and OCT, today CIRRUS 5000 provides a 60-degree OCTA widefield view. 8x8mm single scans and 14x14mm automated OCTA montage allow for rapid peripheral assessment of the retina. Wider and deeper imaging delivers greater diagnostic efficiency and increases patient throughput.
CIRRUS 500/5000 is the first retinal OCT with full anterior chamber imaging and measurement capability. It can expand your ability to include comprehensive imaging and quantification of the anterior segment for refractive surgery planning and follow-up, corneal evaluation, and glaucoma assessment.
With the CIRRUS 5000 non-invasive OCT angiography (OCTA) technology, you can confidently visualize retinal microvasculature and monitor change over time. With a single click, ZEISS AngioPlex isolates retinal layers of interest from the vitreoretinal interface, deep into the choroid. AngioPlex for Macula and ONH allows you to objectively assess and track progressive eye disease.
The ZEISS CIRRUS platform protects legacy data, guided progression analysis and base lines which empower diagnostic decision-making. Technological advancements in speed, scan protocols and efficiencies found within the CIRRUS 500/5000 enable you to provide patients with seamless continuity at every step of their care, when referring to legacy CIRRUS 4000 data.
Dan Epshtein¹, OD
A Smart OCT is one that helps drive decision making now and down the road. My CIRRUS 5000 provides repeatable high-resolution images of the retina, optic nerve, and anterior segment. The software analyses allow for efficient review of patient data and reliable progression metrics that help me manage patients year after year and OCTA has added a layer of clinical insight far beyond structural OCT alone.
Kerry Solomon², MD
Zeiss’s biggest secret / surprise for anterior segment surgeons… CIRRUS has full anterior imaging and quantification capability. So for folks who already have a CIRRUS, you may already have the ability to perform epithelial thickness mapping (or upgrade your software to enable it).
1,2 The statements of the healthcare professional reflect only their personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of any institution with which they are affiliated. The healthcare professionals participating in this program have a contractual or other financial relationship with Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc. and have received financial support.