Digital, vitrectomy lenses provide enhanced image quality

May 2, 2006

Optical introduces the Digital High Mag and NC (non-contact)Surgical WA (wide angle) AutoClaveSterilizable (ACS) lenses at thisyear's Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmologymeeting.

Volk Optical introduces the Digital High Mag and NC (non-contact) Surgical WA (wide angle) AutoClaveSterilizable (ACS) lenses at this year's Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology meeting.

For optimal three-dimensional imaging of the retina, the Digital High Mag provides what the company said is the highest resolution available in a non-contact slit lamp lens.

For vitreoretinal procedures, the NC Surgical WA ACS lens works with a non-contact system and operating microscope to provide a wide angle of view (to 120°) with enhanced image quality and steam sterilization capability.

Volk Optical also features its entire line of diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical ophthalmic lenses, equipment, and accessories. Other products on display include classic slit lamp lenses, gonio lenses, BIO lenses, digital series lenses, Super series lenses, contact and non-contact laser lenses, indirect and direct surgical lenses, and the Reinverting Optical Lens System. Select lenses are available in ACS styles for convenient steam sterilization, with PermaView glass construction to resist spotting and deposits, or with a self-stabilizing vitrectomy (SSV) design for sutureless, assistant-free surgery.

For more information, visit Volk Optical at Booths 519 and 521.