Haag-Streit Octopus 600
The Octopus 600 covers all your essential perimetry needs in an easy-to-use device: central field static testing, rapid screening, a easy-to-read analysis software and the ability to network it with integrated EyeSuite softwere. The Octopus 600 performs standard white-on-white threshold testing in just 2–4 minutes in the central visual field. The Octopus 600 offers the most commonly used static tests.
CENTRAL FIELD STATIC PERIMETRY
The Octopus 600 performs standard white-on-white threshold testing in just 2–4 minutes in the central visual field. With its comprehensive test library for central tests including G, 32, 30-2, 24-2, M, and 10-2 and its flexible printouts both in Octopus and HFA-format it covers your essential clinical needs.
STANDARD TEST LIBRARY
The Octopus 600 offers the most commonly used static tests. For central field testing there are the physiology-based G-patterns following the retinal nerve fibers and the 32, 30-2 and 24-2 patterns. For the macula, there are the physiology-based M pattern and the 10-2 pattern. With the fast TOP strategy, full threshold testing can be completed in just 2-4 minutes.
SCREENING TEST – Fast screening
Use your Octopus 600 as a fast screening device and quickly distinguish between normal and abnormal visual fields. Screening can be performed with both standard white-on-white or the patient-friendly Pulsar perimetry designed for early glaucoma detection.
GLAUCOMA SCREENING TEST GST – Less than one minute
Use the new Glaucoma Screening Test GST to distinguish between normal and abnormal visual fields in less than one minute. The test is purely qualitative and distinguishes between normal and abnormal visual fields by presenting stimuli three times at a brightness that patients with normal vision should see. If not seen, then the visual field is flagged as abnormal with high reliability and the patient can be further tested. Because the test is efficient, it opens doors for more routine visual field testing to ensure no pathology goes undetected.
PULSAR STIMULUS – Made easy for patients
A screening test has to be easy to complete by definition. That’s why the patient-friendly Pulsar stimulus is recommended for screening purposes. It has been developed for early glaucoma detection and shows a short learning curve and low test-retest variability.
FIXATION CONTROL – Perimetry you can trust
Enjoy the reliability of Octopus perimeters, for example with Octopus Fixation Control which automatically eliminates fixation losses from your visual field testing.
Haag-Streit Octopus 900
Goldmann Perimetry for the future
Full field standard white-on-white perimetry – The Octopus 900 performs standard white-on-white threshold testing in just 2-4 minutes in the central visual field. Due to its 90 degree cupula, full 180-degree peripheral testing is possible. This allows for disability testing, including ptosis examination, as well as binocular driving tests.
Reliable results made easy – Worry less about patient compliance. The Octopus 900 automatically recognises any fixation losses and adjusts patients accordingly until optimal test conditions are achieved. Thus, the Octopus 900 produces results you can always trust.
True Goldmann Kinetic perimetry – With the Octopus 900, kinetic vectors can be defined anywhere and with all the characteristics available in the Manual Goldmann perimeter. Additionally, user-defined templates help generate fast and reproducible results when defining standard isopters and mapping the blind spot, as well as for ptosis, driving and disability examinations.
- TOP fast-threshold strategy – Tendency Oriented Perimetry (TOP) presents a further optimisation in fast-threshold testing by reducing the examination time by nearly 80% to just 2–4 minutes compared to 6–8 minutes (Dynamic strategy) or 10–12 minutes (Normal strategy). The TOP algorithm is a systematic method which takes the correlation of the threshold values in neighbouring locations into account. Since the first test points are presented at a supra-threshold level, even inexperienced patients quickly understand the nature of the test.
- Cluster Analysis.
- Polar Analysis.
- Results presentation.