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PalmScan AP2000: A-Scan & Pachymeter

ProductsPalmScan AP2000: A-Scan & Pachymeter
Company Micro Medical Devices, Inc.
Item PalmScan AP2000: A-Scan & Pachymeter
Features Pocket-Size & Portable
  • Take it with you from office to office
  • Battery Operated (dual rechargeable batteries)
  • Weighs only 10 ounces
  • High resolution, Color, Touch Screen Controls
  • Field Software Upgradeable
  • Infrared Connection for Printing
  • Wireless Printing & Network Access
  • Auto Data Capture
  • Ultrasonic Alignment Software
  • LRI Nomogram Software (optional)
  • Eye Types & Velocity are Configurable
  • Contact & Immersion Settings
  • Latest 5-IOL Equations with Customization
  • Maps 17 Corneal Locations
  • Corneal Waveform Display
  • Corneal Waveform Superimposition
  • Configurable IOP Adjustment
  • Eliminates the need to move patient from room to room
  • Examine patients at bedside
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Recheck Biometry prior to surgery
  • Patient Data readily accessible
  • Calculate IOL on the go
  • A-Scan Handheld record capacity: up to 500(unlimited capacity with desktop archiving)
  • Pachymeter Handheld record capacity: up to 1,000 (unlimited capacity with desktop archiving)
  • Print to existing office printer (Wireless, IR, and desktop printing is supported)
Description Offering a unique, empowering alternative to bulky biometry devices that have dominated the industry for years, MMD's PalmScan AP2000 is the world's only battery-operated, fully portable AScan and Pachymeter combination unit on the market today. Each unit weighs a mere 10 ounces and is able to perform multiple functions, namely: auto data capture, advanced pattern recognition, automatic gain control, eye types and velocity configuration, corneal mapping, Corneal Waveform capture, IOP adjustment, and wireless printing and backup capabilities. Physicians can also get precise measurements of axial length, anterior chamber depth, lens thickness and corneal thickness. Each unit is field-upgradeable and showcases convenient touch-screen controls. Integrated desktop software simplifies patient management and report generation.

Designed with convenience in mind, the AP2000 is an ideal tool for medical practitioners who require dependable AScan and pachymetry for use in multiple settings--doctors can now examine their patients at bedside, recheck biometry prior to surgery, and calculate IOL on the go. With its wealth of features, PalmScan AP2000 delivers maximized efficiency to any ophthalmology or optometry practice.

Info Micro Medical Devices, Inc.
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