CA-800, Corneal Analyzer
  • Description
  • The Topcon CA-800 Corneal Analyzer is an easy-to-use, comprehensive corneal topography solution allowing for the complete evaluation of the anterior corneal surface. In addition to elevation mapping of the corneal surface, the CA-800 provides robust software features, allowing for a total analysis of the patient’s corneal surface.

    The Topcon CA-800 Corneal Analyzer is a standalone unit capable of sending reports directly to a printer or to a shared network folder via LAN connectivity. However if remote analysis is desired the CA-800 is compatible with i-MAP reviewing software for your PC. The CA-800 is controlled by a 10-inch capacitive touch panel monitor and combined with familiar joystick operation acquisition and evaluation of the cornea is fast and easy. Additional features include pupillometry, fluorescein imaging, meibomian gland imaging, contact lens fitting software, white to white measurement, Zernike analysis and tear meniscus analysis.

  • Key Features
    • On board PC allows for complete standalone operation
    • Fast, Easy acquisition
    • Intuitive Touchscreen operation
    • Flexible output of reports direct to printer or network shared folder via LAN
    • Meibomian gland imaging, pupillometry and fluorescein imaging allows the user to collect more data than a typical topographer
    • Differential maps to track progress
  • Specifications
  • Brochures
  • End User Materials
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  • Health Canada Medical Device License
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    Health Canada Licence CA-800
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  • Articles & Publications
  • Title: Cleaning and Disinfecting Instructions Pretest Equipment
    Type: THQ Information
    Release Date: May 7, 2020
    Summary:

    The following instructions are intended for the cleaning of the external surfaces of Topcon pretest equipment and the disinfection of the parts of the instrument that come in contact with the patient.

    Title: Risk Factors and Symptoms of Meibomian Gland Loss
    Author(s): Anna Machalinska, Aleksandra Zakrzewska, Krzysztof Safranow, Barbara Wiszniewska and Boguslaw Machalinski
    Publisher: Journal of Ophthalmology
    Type: White Paper
    Release Date: October 18, 2016
    Summary:

    The aim of this study was to investigate the relationships between meibomian gland loss (MGL) and ocular symptoms, several systemic conditions, and key markers of ocular surface health.

    Title: Tech Spotlight: Topcon Dry Eye Instruments
    Author(s): Corrie Pelc, Content Director
    Publisher: OphthalmologyWeb
    Type: Trade Publication
    Release Date: October 6, 2016
    Summary:

    Over the past few years, dry eye syndrome has become a widespread issue, affecting over 5 million adults over the age of 50. In order to serve these patients, both ophthalmologists and optometrists need to invest in the latest dry eye technologies to ensure they are providing patients with the best management of their condition. One company offering such technologies is Topcon Medical Systems, Inc., which offers three products for dry eye diagnosis and management

    Title: A Choice Instrument for Dry Eye Clinics
    Author(s): Robert Stoneback, Associate Editor
    Publisher: Ophthalmology Management
    Type: Trade Publication
    Release Date: August 1, 2016
    Summary:

    The versatility of Topcon’s CA-800 makes it ideal for expanding practices.

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  • CA-800 Product Video