ZEISS GDx VCC Tomographer

ZEISS GDx VCC Tomographer

The Zeiss GDx VCC Tomographer features Glaucoma Detection with Variable Corneal Compensation (or GDx VCC) is a diagnostic instrument that performs a non-obtrusive retinal scan to measure the thickness of the retinal nerve fiber layer without dilation. Changes in the thickness of the nerve layer is an early indicator of glaucoma, which often appears without warnings or symptoms.

 

Description

ZEISS GDx VCC Tomographer

The Zeiss GDx VCC Tomographer features Glaucoma Detection with Variable Corneal Compensation (or GDx VCC) is a diagnostic instrument that performs a non-obtrusive retinal scan to measure the thickness of the retinal nerve fiber layer without dilation. Changes in the thickness of the nerve layer is an early indicator of glaucoma, which often appears without warnings or symptoms.

 

Precise RNFL analysis for glaucoma case detection, diagnosis, and management. The Advanced Serial Analysis feature helps to evaluate subtle RNFL changes to manage glaucoma. The GDX imaging device has a separate screening mode to identify which patients need a complete glaucoma examination.

Typical exam time is 1 – 3 minutes and reports are clear and intuitive.

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