Leica Ophthalmology Microscopes
Leica Microsystems is dedicated to supporting ophthalmic surgeons to achieve their goal of optimal patient outcomes in anterior and posterior segment surgery.
Ophthalmic surgeons need the best visualization to be able to operate with the highest precision. Ophthalmology microscopes from Leica Microsystems are world-renowned for premium optics and illumination that provide outstanding image quality. Designed with workflow and user-comfort in mind, they also respond to surgeon needs through each step of a procedure.
Our microscopes form the platform for complete ophthalmology imaging and workflow solutions by seamlessly integrating advanced imaging technologies such as Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) , IOL positioning guidance, and high definition 3D or 2D display and documentation.
Anterior segment surgery
Red reflex is critical throughout cataract procedures. Exclusive innovations such as CoAx 4 coaxial illumination and FusionOptics found in our flagship Proveo 8 microscope, provide high-contrast images with consistent, bright red reflex even during phacoemulsification. Features such as pre-programming of settings for different surgery phases and wireless footswitch integration, support comfort and efficiency.
Posterior segment surgery
Delicate vitreoretinal surgery requires highly precise work in low light conditions. Our premium apochromatic optics provide high resolution and optimal light transmission. Innovative FusionOptics technology in the Proveo 8 delivers a crisp, texture-rich image with high depth of field. Wide-angle viewing systems such as BIOM 5, RUV800 and slit illumination, round out the portfolio.
Advanced Imaging technologies
At Leica Microsystems we are continuously pushing the boundaries of visualization by introducing advanced imaging technologies including OCT, IOL guidance and 2D or 3D display and recording. Choose Leica Microsystems for superior imaging and documentation to support your treatment.
About Leica Microsystems
Leica Microsystems is a world leader in microscopes and scientific instruments. Its close cooperation with the scientific community is the key to Leica Microsystems’ tradition of innovation, which draws on users’ ideas and creates solutions tailored to their requirements. Leica Microsystems has six manufacturing facilities in five countries, with sales and service organizations in 20 countries. The company is headquartered in Wetzlar, Germany. leica-microsystems.com