KR-1W, Aberrometer, Topographer, Keratometer, Pupillometer and Auto Refractometer
  • Description
  • The 5-in-1 KR‐1W Wavefront Analyzer boasts the combined technologies of wavefront aberration, corneal topography and auto‐refraction. The system features full auto‐alignment, a large color touch screen, onboard evaluation software, wavefront image sequence and simulated visual acuity assessment. The KR-1W provides the eye care professional with all the required information on the human refractive system to perform optimal wavefront analysis.

  • Key Features
    • 5-in-1 instrument features aberrometry, topography, keratometry, pupillometry and autorefraction all in one unit!
    • Multiple maps for overview analysis
    • Extremely easy to operate with right/left fully automated measurement and touchscreen panel
    • Provides valuable pre and post-op data for cataract and refractive procedures
    • Invisible light topographic measurement increases patient comfort
    • Fully networkable in various configurations
  • Specifications
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  • Health Canada Medical Device License
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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: 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: Visual Path Diagnostics with the KR-1W and CV-5000S: A Streamlined Workflow for Wavefront-Optimized Refraction
    Author(s): Zara Barlas
    Publisher: Topcon Medical Systems
    Type: White Paper
    Release Date: February 22, 2016
    Summary:

    With increasing demands and expectations for comprehensive screening, eye care specialists often equip themselves with a wide array of tools and conduct numerous distinct diagnostic procedures. But the various processes involved in a comprehensive refraction do not need to be overburdening. Topcon’s Visual Path Diagnostics workflow enables users to take advantage of an optimized process with the support of only two instruments.

    Topcon’s KR-1W Wavefront Analyzer offers five technologies within a single unit: wavefront aberrometry, topography, keratometry, pupillometry and autorefraction with full auto-alignment and onboard evaluation software. The KR-1W also features wavefront image sequencing and simulated visual acuity assessment for optimal management of patients’ data. The device’s various tools can be used in combination to provide effective diagnoses and monitoring dependent on specific ocular conditions.

    Topcon’s CV-5000S Automated Vision Tester is an automated refraction device with a touchscreen interface that enables tests to be performed with ease. It features the added benefit of allowing users to record and share data digitally and paper-free, and can be connected to other devices so that data can be transferred between instruments and managed with efficiency.

    Title: Improving Refractive Examinations with Infrared Technology
    Author(s): Dr. Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
    Publisher: Topcon Medical Systems
    Type: White Paper
    Release Date: May 1, 2013
    Summary:

    Dr. Paul Karpecki of the Koffler Vision Group (Lexington, KY) discusses how the 5-in-1 Topcon KR-1W Wavefront Analyzer with infrared technology has improved the accuracy of his patient exams and the efficiency of his practice.

    Title: Progressive Measurement of Dry Eye Using Wavefront Analyzer
    Author(s): Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
    Publisher: Optometry Times
    Type: Trade Publication
    Release Date: November 1, 2012
    Summary:

    Dr. Karpecki reviews how a wavefront analyzer, such as the Topcon KR-1W, is an ideal tool for maximizing patient and physician involvement in the management of dry eye disease.

    Title: KR-1W: The All-in-One Visual Function Evaluator
    Author(s): Pierre-Jean Pisella, MD, PhD
    Publisher: Topcon Medical Systems
    Type: White Paper
    Release Date: April 11, 2012
    Summary:

    Dr. Pisella discusses how the 5-in-1 KR-1W can significantly reduce the time, equipment, and spatial requirements associated with visual assessment of cataract and refractive surgery patients.

    Title: Providing Better Quality of Vision with Wavefront Analyzers
    Author(s): Naoyuki Maeda, MD; Hiroko Bissen-Miyajima, MD; Takashi Fujikado, MD; Yasushi Inoue, MD
    Publisher: Topcon Medical Systems
    Type: White Paper
    Release Date: February 1, 2012
    Summary:

    Today’s modern ophthalmic practice requires instruments that can measure the total optical properties of the eye, such as the KR-1W Wavefront Analyzer.  An expert group of panelists discusses the use of these types of wavefront sensors in their everyday practice.

  • Testimonials
  • « Jelena and I were very impressed with the wave front analyzer. It was VERY user friendly and intuitive. It was easy to use it, walk away for a couple of days, and go back to it with comfort. The data were accurate and complimentary with compared to the other ancillary measurements performed in the work-up of a cataract patient. On more than one occasion, the analyzer helped refine the data to increase the accuracy of the pre-operative measurements.

    A definite "must have". »   —    Read full testimonial
    Dr. Cindy ML Hutnik, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Pathology
    Ivey Eye Institute, London, Ontario
  • Images
  • Videos
  • KR-1W in Clinical Practice with Steve Safran
    KR-1W Product Video
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