Bon Polaris Tearscope

 

 

Simply transform your Slit Lamp effectively into a tear film diagnostic tool with Polaris the next generation “Tearscope”. Compact and easy to handle, Polaris, with its LED cold light source, enables non invasive tear film Lipid layer interferometry as well as a corneal surface assessment.

The universal adaptor enables quick and easy attachment to most common slit lamp models providing hands free operation. Just ask your local bon representative if your slit lamp is suited for use with Polaris.

The Slit Lamp optics and magnification in combination with Polaris provide an excellent high magnification view of the Tear Film for optimal diagnosis. With the Digi Pro Digital Slit Lamp photos and videos of the dynamic tear film can be recorded .The Phoenix software module provides documentation allowing therapy control and patient education.

The Polaris can be powered via the pc USB connector when used in connection with a Digital Slit Lamp or direct from its own transformer.

A range of filters is included, namely; Fine grid, Inverse Grid (white on black), Placido-Rings

 

TearLab Osmolarity Test

The TearLab test is the first objective and quantitative test for diagnosing and managing dry eye disease.

How will having the TearLab test benefit you?

Expect fast and accurate results using only 50 nonliters of tear film to diagnose dry eye disease
The osmolarity data allows you to understand your individual level of disease
The ability to compare and track osmolarity results at different stages of the disease

TearLab What’s your number?

Abnormal tear osmolarity is a failure of homeostatic osmolarity regulation. Increased osmolarity can cause:

Irregular tear film
Increased damage to the ocular surface
Increased inflammation

TearLab Osmolarity Test

The TearLab measures the salt content in your eyes and is the gold standard for objectively diagnosing dry eye disease. Your specific osmolarity number is generated by TearLab’s lab on a chip technology. This unique number helps your doctor determine whether you have dry eye disease, and if so, whether you fall into the mild, moderate or severe category.

Permanent corneal scarring
Corneal ulcers
Increased susceptibility to eye infections

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