DSLC200 SLIT LAMP IMAGING MODULE +
DEM100 DRY EYE MODULE
Manufacturer: SBM SISTEMI
Product code: DSLC200/ DEM100
Turn your slit lamp into a complete digital dry eye assessment tool. The DSLC200 Slit Lamp Imaging Module and the DEM100 Dry Eye Module together provide a fully integrated and easy to use diagnostic dry eye platform.
Buy the digital slit lamp camera alone or with the dry eye module, for complete tear film analysis
40 x magnification for high definition optical image and video capture
Intergrated software including DEQ5 questionnaire and symptomatology test
Compatible with the majority of slit lamp modules
Standard version software for the dry eye module includes examinations for interferometry, tear meniscus, meibography, bulbar redness and blepharitis
Intuitive user software efficiently integrates the following complex examinations and allows for quick and detailed examinations, providing the user with easy to read ‘traffic light’ result reports
DSLC200 Digital Slit Lamp Imaging Module
The DSLC200 effortlessly transforms your slit lamp into a high quality digital device. The module features a 3.1 megapixel camera with 1/1.8“ sensor and high-quality optical image splitter to provide the highest quality images and videos.
The optical system has an adjustable focus distance which can be set according to your needs. The DSLC200 is compatible with most slit lamps models including those manufactured by CSO, Zeiss, Nidek, Topcon, Takagi, Righton, Keeler, Huvitz, Mediworks and Rexxam (formerly Shin Nippon).
The DSLC200 is not mounted to the slit lamp eyepiece as other after-market cameras are. Instead it uses an image splitter fitted between the eyepieces and magnification optics. This provides not only the best possible quality of image but allows the user to use the eyepieces normally.
DEM100/ DEM100 PLUS Dry Eye Module
Used in combination with the DSLC200, the DEM100 Dry Eye Module instantly transforms your slit lamp into a complete dry eye assessment tool.
Automatically evaluate the quantity and quality of the lipid component of the tear film and analyse Lipid Layer Thickness (LLT)
Image the morphology of the glands in order to diagnose any meibomian gland drop out which would lead to tear dysfunction.
Provide strong evidence to support the choice of a specific therapy and help your patient to understand why a certain therapy is being recommended.
Examine the height, regularity and shape of the tear meniscus for useful information on the tear volume.
It has been established that efficient blinking plays an important role in ocular surface health during contact lens wear, as well as improving contact lens performance and comfort
Visually see blepharitis and the presence of demodex on the outer surface of the eye, and the eyelid
The stability of the mucin layer and the whole tear film is assessed though the study of non-invasive break up time (NIBUT), by using the Placido cone projected onto the cornea
Once the image of the conjunctiva with its blood vessels is captured, compare it with the classification sheets of bulbar and limbal redness degrees