The handheld, portable tool you need to take the curvature of the cornea from anywhere. Pair with our A-Scan for comprehensive IOL measurements.

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Why Do You Need a Keratometer?

A keratometer provides doctors with corneal information for fitting contacts and for refractive and cataract surgeries. With the keratometer probe from Micro Medical Devices, a piece of technology that fits within the palm of your hand can accurately provide the corneal radius of curvature, corneal power and both the steep and flat axis. This provides better measurements, wherever you need them, and integrates with our other probes for a comprehensive, mobile biometry solution.

Benefits of the Keratometer by Micro Medical Devices

The MMD keratometer is both mobile and perfect for assisting in advanced surgical procedures and contact lens fittings

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A mobile keratometer is ideal for taking measurements outside of the practice and in the field
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Accurate Alignment

Each capture generated by the keratometer probe includes an image to reduce errors
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System Compatibility

Keratometer is USB-connected, compatible with standard PCs and the PalmScan Pro
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Equipment Compatibility

The keratometer attachment can be used with the A-Scan to add precision to IOL calculations
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Fast, Easy, and Accurate

The technology quickly measures radius of curvature, corneal power and both axes
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Ease of Interpretation

Reports are easy to export, read, and interpret for improved clinical decision making

Why Our Portable Keratometer?

MMD’s portable keratometer attachment is flexible and mobile, perfect for doctors who see patients outside of a typical clinical setting — nursing homes, hospitals, or satellite locations — or in the field and on service trips. Our equipment quickly and accurately delivers information for cataract and LASIK procedures. This technology provides an accurate measurement of corneal curvature and power at the central 3 mm zone, assisting in measuring for contact lenses and choosing the optimal IOL for placement during cataract surgery.
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