The handheld, ophthalmic biometer you need to take critical measurements from anywhere your practice takes you
Why Do You Need a Pachymeter?
A pachymeter is a probe that measures the thickness of the cornea at any point, creating a map that can be used for multiple applications. Pachymetry data can be used in glaucoma management to estimate the effect of corneal thickness on IOP and in screening for corneal abnormalities like keratoconus and in the planning of Limbal Relaxing Incisions (LRIs). It is also used in pre-surgical exams for cataract and refractive surgery patients, adding advanced precision and improving outcomes.
Benefits of Pachymeter by Micro Medical Devices
The Pachymeter by Micro Medical Devices is designed for mobility, accuracy, and ease of use in surgical care.
Extension of Range
Safe, Disposable Tips
Ease of Interpretation
Capable of providing measurements used to plan a Limbal Relaxing Incision (LRI) procedure to alleviate corneal astigmatism.
Unlike other pachymeters, ours is precise down to 75 microns, making it ideal for use when planning and performing DSAEK procedures.
Why Our Portable Pachymeter?
The pachymeter has the ability to accurately measure the peripheral cornea. These measurements can be used in our LRI calculator to plan a Limbal Relaxing Incision (LRI) to alleviate corneal astigmatism.
Check Out the DSAEK Module!
When the thickness of the corneal bed can make all the difference in certain types of corneal transplants, you need the most precise tools to guarantee success. Unlike other pachymeters that can measure down to 150-120 microns, ours is precise down to 75 microns.
Because it’s easily transportable and compatible with sterile probe tips, our pachymeter is a perfect tool to get the most precise measurements before and during the DSAEK procedure!