Category: Ophthalmology


Ship worldwide. Best Price US$3,100 Unit in excellent condition.

30 days money back return. 1 year warranty for parts.

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Zeiss Humphrey Acuitus 5015 Autorefractor
This is a excellent condition Acuitus 5015 Autorefractor/Keratometer that
can take a combination of refraction, central and peripheral keratometry.
Unit has been tested with a calibrated reference Test Eye
(Boxed calibrated Test Eye is included)
and as well with a test subject and
takes accurate OD/OS reading.
Great unit for your optometry practice.
Unit is patient ready. This has just been professionally calibrated by our optical engineer.

Also includes a printed out Acuitus 5015 User manual and
6 month warranty on the calibration and electronics.

LUMENIS Novus Varia Tri Laser System Laser – Green, Red, Yellow

Fully Refurbished. Will ship worldwide. Best Price US$11,500

2 year warranty. 30 days money back return policy.

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Specifications for LUMENIS Novus Varia Tri Laser System Laser – Green, Red, Yellow
Aiming Beam: Contrasting color, adjustable intensity 635nm nominal, <1.0 mW     Cooling System: Air-cooled, enhanced with thermoelectric cooling     Energy Settings: Green: 50 mW to 1500 mW, Yellow: 50 mW to 600 mW, Red: 50 mW to 600mW
Pulse Duration: .01-3.0 seconds     Pulse Rate: .05-1.0 second and single pulse     Spot Size: 50-1000 microns with LaserLink Z-1000     Standard Accessories: Standard footswitch, remote control
Warranty: Warranty     Wavelength: 532nm Green, 561nm Yellow, 659nm Red
Item Summary for LUMENIS Novus Varia Tri Laser System Laser – Green, Red, Yellow

This unit is complete with the LIO, Zeiss 130 Slit Lamp and the laser link. Our engineer fully refurbishes each unit prior to shipping. Condition of this laser is exceptional!

Green (532 nm)
Green laser light is a clinically-proven wavelength that is excellent at targeting the melanin-containing retinal pigment epithelium (RPE), through clear ocular media. It is well suited for a variety of retinal treatments in which melanin is the target chromophore, such as pan-retinal photocoagulation (PRP).
Yellow (561 nm)
Yellow laser light offers the clinician maximal absorption in hemoglobin with zero or negligible absorption in macular xanthophyll.

In addition to easily penetrating through nuclear sclerotic cataracts, the yellow wavelength is desirable when it is necessary to penetrate through fluid, such as when treating a retinal detachment or tear. It also penetrates mild pigmentary disturbances and so is well suited for conditions where the target lies in a region of previous photocoagulation treatment.

One of the main advantages of yellow laser light stems from the fact that it approximates the peak absorption of hemoglobin, but it is not highly absorbed by melanin in the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) or xanthophyll in the neurosensory retina. Therefore, it is recommended for focally treating extrafoveal microaneurysms or other vascular lesions in the macular region that may cause macular edema.

In addition, yellow laser produces significantly less light scatter, allowing for more efficient treatment and requiring lower energy levels to achieve desirable clinical outcome; this creates significantly less discomfort for the patient during and following the laser procedure.

Red (659 nm)
Red laser light offers excellent penetration through hemoglobin, making it the wavelength of choice in
situations where it is necessary to penetrate through preretinal, subretinal or intraretinal hemorrhage.
It is also the optimal wavelength for achieving deeper penetration into the choroid to treat chocoidal
melanomas or other deep pigmented lesions.
It is also the preferred wavelength for treating infant eyes with ROP because it penetrates through the tunica
vasculosa lentis, the vascular network surrounding

SureSpot™ OpticsSureSpot™ Optics
The unique and patented SureSpot optics technology from Lumenis ensures that the focal point of the laser beam is maintained on the retina while power density on the cornea and lens is minimized for increased safety.

SureSpot optics also creates a true 50-micron laser spot; that capability distinguishes the Lumenis technology from other lasers that may have a 100-micron minimum spot size and/or project a fuzzy laser spot on the retina.

In essence, SureSpot optics improves treatment efficacy and precision while reducing the potential for damage to anterior-segment tissues. The latter occurrence is especially a concern when using wide-angle lenses that enhance light uptake by the cornea and lens. more

Sharply defined and evenly distributed power on the retina; Safe & low-power density at the cornea and the lens

Superior Optics you can trust
Homogeneous laser spot at target tissue
Our advanced optics and laser delivery technology features uniform energy distribution across the entire laser spot area for more precise and safer treatment.

Dependability you can count on
CaseSaver™ mode
In the unlikely event that one of the laser wavelengths were to become inoperable, the other two wavelengths will remain operational – allowing you to keep on treating your patients until the unit is promptly serviced by a qualified Lumenis Engineer – part of the largest service network in the industry.

Convenience & Flexibility
Dual Fiber Port
Changing delivery devices is fast and easy. The Novus Varia automatically senses the delivery devices connected to it. Laser parameters are adjusted internally to compensate for the chosen delivery device to maintain selected power density on the target tissue.

Touch screen & remote keypad
A color touch screen and illuminated remote keypad put all operations literally at your fingertips.
The Lumenis *PowerEase™ footswitch provides hands-free power adjustment.
The Lumenis *Smart™ footswitch contains an integrated proximity sensor which inserts and removes the physician eye safety filter at the moment you slide your foot in and out of the footswitch housing.
* Optional accessory

ClearView™ Filters
Optimized view of treatment site
The Lumenis ClearView™ filters’ photopic balanced coating eliminates color distortion of the treatment site while optimizing white light transmission or “brightness” of the physician’s view.

Leica MZ8 Stereozoom Microscope

Fully refurbished. 1 year warranty. Ship worldwide. For more details and quick order, please email me at

Price $3,900

Stereomicroscope with 8:1 zoom range on boom stand, 6.3-50x total magnification, 10x/21 widefield eyepieces, 2x lens, binocular viewing heaad.

Tilting ergotube with 10-50 degree range: Add $2,000

150w fiber optic ring light with power supply



Leica MZ12.5 Stereozoom Microscope

Refurbished condition. 1 year warranty. Price US$5,900

Worldwide warranty. For more details and quick order, please email me

MZ12.5 microscope body

45 degree binocular viewing head

10446174 camera adaptor

10x widefield eyepieces

1x objective

focusing block

fiber optic ring light with Fostec power supply (not shown)

Boom stand



HEIDELBERG ENGINEERING Spectralis 6 OCT HRA Multi-Modality Diagnostic Imaging of the Eye

Near New MINT Condition and has it all!
I will ship worldwide. For more details questions, feel free to email me

Price US$18,900.00



– Multi-modality imaging with SPECTRALIS® is helping drive the development of novel therapeutics and changing the course of patient management in eye care.

– Using an up-gradable platform approach, SPECTRALIS has enhanced the role of spectral-domain OCT by integrating it with confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy (cSLO).

– The combination of these two technologies has enabled new imaging capabilities, such as TruTrack™ active eye tracking, and BluePeak™ blue laser autofluorescence, providing clinicians with unique views of the structure and function of the eye.

-Affordable combination of frequently used Infrared (IR) mode and high speed SD-OCT

-IR imaging powered by confocal scanning laser (cSLO) technology improves image quality, patient comfort and does not require dilation

-Most cost efficient configuration with fixed camera head and non up-gradable hardware

-Proven technologies deliver precision, detail and measurement reproducibility of one micron

-TruTrack™ active eye tracking

-Heidelberg Noise Reduction™

-AutoRescan™ automatic follow-up scan placement

-FoDi™ fovea-to-disc alignment

-Multi-modality imaging

-Quad Core processor
-Nvidia graphics card
-24 inch, 1920 x 1200 monitor

-820 nm laser
-870 nm SLD


-40,000 A-scans/second
-Axial resolution (in tissue) 3.9 μm (digital)
-Tranverse resolution (in tissue) 14 μm
-Scan depth 1.9 mm
-Fundus Imaging Specifications
-Confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscope (cSLO)
-Field of view maximun – 30° x 30°
-Isotropic resolution: High Speed Mode: 11 μm High
-Resolution Mode: 5 μm
-Wide Field Imaging: Optional 55° lens

≥ 2.5 mm

Accutome AccuPach VI Pachymeter Brand New In Box

60 days money back return policy. Full Warranty

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Best Price: US$2,200.00 Will ship worldwide. Please email me prior to shipping.


Only the NEW AccuPach VI has Digital Signal Analysis, which offers outstanding accuracy and repeatability. The built in IOP conversion makes calculating IOP quick and easy. The voice output allows the operator to focus completely on the patient as the AccuPach VI verifies the measurements out loud.

Easy-to-use – User-friendly touch-tone screen allows the user to master the AccuPach VI in minutes.

Patients are #1 – Revolutionary voice output feature calls out readings, allowing the user to concentrate more on the cornea.

Superior Accuracy – State-of-the-art digital technology (Accutome’s Digital Signal Analysis), combined with a probe sampling of 65 MHz, ensures precise readings.

USB Interface – Link to computer or printer via USB Memory Stick.

Confidence – Digital waveform analysis helps to ensure measurements are properly aligned.

IOP Correction Calculation – Converts IOP measurements in seconds.

Portable – The AccuPach VI is desktop, slit lamp or wall mountable.

-Adjustable handle/stand allows viewing on different angles.

65 MHz Probe (sampling)
Range of 300 to 999 microns
Accuracy of +/-5 microns
Resolution of +/-1 micron
Compact and lightweight (10″ x 10″ x 2.5″, 3.1 lb.)
Universal Power supply (100-240 VAC 47-63 Hz)
Adjustable Speed of Sound
Automatic Gain Control

AMO Abbott Medical Optics IntraLase Laser Excimer FS60 Model 2 60Hz Femtosecond Laser System

Unit is in excellent working condition.90 days money back return.

1 year warranty for parts. For more details and quick order, please email me at We ship worldwide Our best price US$59,500 Please make an offer!


By replacing the blade commonly used for corneal flap creation with a femtosecond laser, AMO® has made LASIK eye surgery safer than ever before. The IntraLase™ FS Laser System delivers micron-level accuracy 100% greater than a microkeratome for more accurate and consistent flap thickness — which is critical for a successful LASIK outcome.

Retrospective analysis comparing LASIK results with IntraLase™ FS Technology versus the two leading microkeratomes demonstrated that IntraLase™ FS Laser System performed better in three areas important to LASIK results and safety: flap thickness, induced astigmatism, and cell injury. There are fewer flap-related complications with the IntraLase Method:

Minimal risk of sight-threatening events (free caps, globe penetration, buttonhole flaps, decentered flaps, and/or incomplete cuts)
No risk of corneal abrasion
Reduced risk of dry eye
IntraLase™ enabled keratoplasty gives surgeons the ability to precisely create uniquely shaped corneal incisions — opening a new era in corneal transplantation and delivering the potential for faster healing and improved visual recovery. Leading corneal surgeons have demonstrated that this technology advancement enables:

Surgeons to create straight, angled and arcuate incisions within the cornea
Multiplanar custom incisions with hermetic sealing properties that require less suture tension
Less suture tension can result in less astigmatism1
Multiplanar custom incisions provide larger wound surface area for stronger healing
Laser resectioning that produces more rapid healing
Earlier suture removal and rapid visual rehabilitation

QUANTEL MEDICAL Vitra 532 Green Argon Laser Ophthalmic Laser

Like new condition. 30 days money back return. 1 year warranty.

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Worldwide shipping. Our best price US$7,200



– Laser Includes slit lamp delivery attachment suitable for Zeiss style slit lamps. These are quite rare on the used market and this is a significant savings from new!

– Small-Scale Laser, big-time performance!

– The Vitra 532 nm laser revolutionized the principles of retinal photocoagulation.

– Small, handy and practical, the laser quickly won over the ophthalmological community.

– Small enough to fit easily into every kind of work environment; lightweight for easy transport in specially designed case

An innovative laser cavity — innovative structure and components

A sealed, modular cavity that limits risks of misalignment and power loss

Reliable, accurate, robust measurements

532 nm wavelength — the standard in retinal photocoagulation

A powerful laser: 1.5 W « cavity output »

Wide range of emission modes: single, repeat, continuous and painting

532 nm laser: Ergonomy


User-friendly, intuitive color screen

Wide screen for better visibility

User interface — fast, simple settings

Quickstart feature — control buttons on a touch-screen

User settings — Customizable settings

Clear choice of terminal — Versatile

Touch-screen — high-performance display

Customization — quickstart function

Memorize the settings for five users according to the indicated terminals and procedures

Display settings by user name, terminal and procedure
Please feel free to contact us for more information.

Bausch & Lomb Orbscan II Topographer w Win XP & 3.12 Z Software

Bausch & Lomb Orbscan II Topographer w Win XP & 3.12 Z Software

Our Best Price US$7,900 free shipping worldwide.

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* ORBSCAN II provides anterior segment data in the form of topographic surfaces.
Elevation topography of the anterior cornea enables clinicians to more accurately visualize the shape of abnormal corneas,
which leads to more accurate diagnoses and more consistent surgical results,
at a much lower cost than most other topographers.

* Traditionally, power maps (actually surface curvature) have been axis-centered, which are method dependent and only show one selected piece of the complete angle-dependent power.
The new mean and toric decomposition of the complete curvature tensor,
allow clinicians for the first time to see and quantify local curvature
(and paraxial power) variations as well as the fundamental spherocylindrical components.
Full corneal pachymetry allows surgeons to use regional blade settings,
to measure the laser ablation depth from a fixed surface (the posterior cornea),
and to assess the effect of the posterior surface on corneal power.
Accurate knowledge of both surfaces will provide researchers with real data for corneal mechanics simulations.
The point of minimum corneal thickness is a local center of axisymmetry,
which for normal corneas aligns closely to the overall optical axis of the eye.

Ellex I3 Eye Cubed A-Scan B-Scan ABD w Cart, Keyboard, Probes, Printer

Ellex I3 Eye Cubed A-Scan B-Scan ABD w Cart, Keyboard, Probes, Printer COMPLETE.

Fully Refurbished. Our best price US$7,100 free shipping worldwide.

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The I3 SYSTEM-ABD is an advanced, microprocessor controlled, analog/digital ophthalmic ultrasound instrument. Features include B-scan mode with electronic measurement calipers and simultaneous Cross Vector A-scan, Anterior Segment B-scan mode for imaging of anterior ocular structures, Axial Length Biometry A-scan mode with Holladay-I, SRK/T, and Hoffer-Q IOL power calculations, and Standardized Equivalent Diagnostic A-scan mode for tissue characterization. The instrument has been designed to be very user friendly, with access to all modes available through a single keystroke. Images may be stored on an Iomega Zip 750 disk, across a network, or via 1.44MB floppy disks, and later recalled for additional evaluation. Hardcopy output is available either via video printer or by using an external computer to print TIFF images. Biometry IOL reports are printed using the supplied impact printer.
Posterior Segment Diagnostic B-scan mode (10 MHz): The system produces a two dimensional, 52-degree, geometrically accurate analog sector image with superior real time, resolution, and gray scale qualities. The image extends 48mm into the eye allowing imaging of objects from the lens to the orbit. B-mode images may be displayed with or without a measurement scale or a Cross Vector. The Cross Vector may be positioned anywhere in the B-scan or expanded to an A-scan view for accurate measurements. Two electronic measurement calipers may be used to make accurate measurements on the B-scan itself.
Anterior Segment Diagnostic B-scan mode (20 MHz): This mode is also called Wide Field. In this mode the sector angle is 30-degrees, and the image is magnified four times more than the B-scan. The image penetrates 12mm into the eye allowing imaging of the cornea, ciliary structures, and other anterior ocular structures. Electronic measurement calipers and the measurement scale are available. There is no Cross-Vector A-scan measurement available in the Anterior Segment B-scan mode.
Standardized Equivalent Diagnostic-A: In Diagnostic A-mode the system produces an analog A-scan with superior clinical quality using an S-shaped amplifier for tissue characterization. Accurate 2 gate measurements may be performed in both microseconds and millimeters using velocities that may be adjusted by the user. Globe and orbit modes are available, along with a tissue sensitivity reset function.
Biometry A-scan Mode: In all Biometry modes, the system produces an A-scan with superior clinical quality for accurate axial length measurements of the eye. The instrument is easily set up for either immersion or contact biometry. The instrument is designed to ensure that the internal process used to validate measurements is visible to the user. A very important example of this is the visible indication of which echoes the electronic measurement calipers (or ‘gates’) are measuring. Another example is the on-screen display of the ultrasonic velocity used to calculate the measurements reported. These features help the user to recognize a high-quality scan that will produce an accurate measurement (and consequently, when to reject lower quality scans)