Tracey iTrace Combines, autorefraction, corneal topography, auto-keratometry, wavefront aberrometry and pupillometry in one system
Millions of people around the world have eyesight problems that compel them to seek ophthalmic intervention, mostly using glasses or contact lenses for sight correction. In most of the conventional approaches for correcting eyesight, global parameters of eye refraction are the most preferred approach. However, the advent of technology has seen the introduction of laser technologies that allow for better corrections that would not have been possible with glasses or contact lenses.
Tracey iTrace Wavefront Aberrometer is one such technology that uses a laser to finely reshape the cornea with the use of a variety of points depending on the exact desired results. The use of this aberrometer is one of the laser-based vision correction approaches where very accurate local parameter information of the eye is necessary for attaining very high visual acuity during the correction.
About Tracey iTrace
The Tracey iTrace is a wavefront aberrometer designed by Tracey Technology. The device uses a single beam refractometer based on the retina for tracing and measuring the distribution of the eye refraction. The operation of the iTrace may sound technical, but it operates on a very simple premise. The equipment uses a low power infrared laser beam.
Tracey iTrace Key Features:
- Ray Tracing technology for highly accurate wavefront and refractive analysis
- Binocular and Monocular open field fixation eliminates patient accommodation
- Over spectacle refraction and wavefront measurement
- Auto-identify potential patient visual complaints
- A Retinal Spot Diagram (RSD) provides a graphical image of patients total refraction, aberrations and Point Spread Function (PSF)
- Selectable Multi-zone refractions
Very compact design with lots of features
With most optical diagnostics equipment, space consideration is normally a huge concern. Most practitioners will appreciate it if they could have portable that will not consume much space in the facility and could be easily moved from one location to another.
The Tracey iTrace features a very compact design with minimal space requirements. Other than this, the other notable features include-:
- Wavefront measurement
- Over spectacle refraction measurement
- Auto-identification of potential patient visual problems
- It comes with a selectable multi-zone refractions
- Has a Retinal Spot Diagram which gives graphical images of Point Spread Functions, aberrations, and total refractions.
- Has both monocular and binocular open field fixation which is used to eliminate any form of patient accommodation.
- Highly accurate refractive and wavefront analysis
What can iTrace do in your practice:
- Optical alignment
- Separate cornea and lens
- Toric precision
- Toric check
During a typical examination, the infrared laser beam is directed to the eye where a deviation of the reflection from the surface of the retina will occur. It is the position of this deviation off the surface of the retina that is measured by the Tracy iTrace to an accuracy of 2 microns.
With the machine, close to one hundred such measurements will be done in just a fraction of a second. The resulting data will then be applied in the computation of the refractive index map of the eye.
The Tracey iTrace wavefront aberrometer is thus very effective in measuring the quality of visual and vision functions with the help of optical ray tracing. It is a revolutionary technology in the eye care industry, and amongst other things, it can be used for-:
- Auto – keratometry
- Ray-tracing aberrometry
- Corneal topography
It is a piece of 5-in-one equipment will not just help to improve the value of eye care services, but also will give very accurate diagnostics and save time and money at the same time. It is an investment that every eye surgeon and eye clinic will be happy to make. This sale Includes latest software and computer