Zeiss set to launch Clarus 500 in the UK

New ultra-widefield fundus imaging technology will be debuted by the company at 100% Optical

13 Dec 2017 by Andrew McClean

Zeiss will unveil its Clarus 500 ultra-widefield fundus imaging technology at 100% Optical when the show returns to ExCeL London on January 27–29.

The company explained that the system provides true colour high resolution retinal imaging across the entire retina.

Clarus 500 also captures high resolution fundus auto-fluorescence images (blue, green and infrared) as well as external eye images. 

Business manager for ophthalmic diagnostics in the UK at Zeiss, Claire Martin, said: “By offering true-colour, high-resolution images of the optic nerve and macula, as well as the retinal periphery, clinicians no longer have to choose which system to image a patient on based on their retinal pathology.”

Clarus 500

The system can be integrated with the Zeiss Forum and Retina Workplace for review with other ophthalmic images and exam data. 

Zeiss will host ‘meet the expert’ sessions on their stand, which will be led by US optometrist Dr Michael Chen. Dr Chen uses the Clarus 500 in his practice, and will be giving demonstrations and taking questions on the system at 100% Optical.

To register your interest in attending a session at 100% Optical, visit the Zeiss website. 


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