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Japan International Eye Hospital Facilities, Machinery & Equipment

Japan International Eye Hospital offers cutting edge technology for precisely examination result and highly effective treatment for the patients.

1. Mel 90 Excimer Laser system (Carl Zeiss)
1. Mel 90 Excimer Laser system (Carl Zeiss)
1. Mel 90 Excimer Laser system (Carl Zeiss)

The Japan International Eye Hospital is the first Lasik center in Southeast Asia to own the Mel 90 Excimer Laser system (Carl Zeiss, Germany) – a Multipoint laser ignition system, used in SBK Lasik and Femtosecond Lasik surgeries. This is the most advanced generation of the Carl Zeiss Excimer Laser technology so far. Mel 90 stands out from its previous generations thanks to its Triple-A technology which is applied for the first time and flexible frequency conversion from 250 kHz to 500 kHz, allowing 1-diop decrease in about 1.3 seconds; automatic eye recognition, resulting in absolute safety even when the patient  moves during the  surgery; optimized Laser energy, resulting in accurate implementation, minimizing damage to corneal parenchyma and significantly minimizing postoperative complications such as halos, dazzling at night.

2. Visumax Femtosecond System (Carl Zeiss)

Visumax is the system used in Femtosecond Lasik and ReLEx SMILE surgeries. Visumax’s Femtosecond Laser technology is a breakthrough by Carl Zeiss, contributing to reshaping the refractive surgery technique of world’s ophthalmology. The Visumax’s Femtosecond Laser technology provides perfectly smooth, precise microsurgery incisions, and minimizes invasion of corneal cells. The Visumax is currently the only system designed with a tangent cone like an eyeball, of S, M, L sizes consistent with the eye structure of each patient, so it does not damage the cornea during and after the surgery. Its intelligent programmed laser system automatically adjusts following the eye movements during surgery.

2. Visumax Femtosecond System (Carl Zeiss)

Visumax is the system used in Femtosecond Lasik and ReLEx SMILE surgeries. Visumax’s Femtosecond Laser technology is a breakthrough by Carl Zeiss, contributing to reshaping the refractive surgery technique of world’s ophthalmology. The Visumax’s Femtosecond Laser technology provides perfectly smooth, precise microsurgery incisions, and minimizes invasion of corneal cells. The Visumax is currently the only system designed with a tangent cone like an eyeball, of S, M, L sizes consistent with the eye structure of each patient, so it does not damage the cornea during and after the surgery. Its intelligent programmed laser system automatically adjusts following the eye movements during surgery.

3. Catalys system (Johnson & Johnson – USA)
3. Catalys system (Johnson & Johnson – USA)
3. Catalys system (Johnson & Johnson – USA)

Japan International Eye Hospital is the first in Vietnam to own the Johnson & Johnson Catalys system – USA – the leading device in Femtosecond Laser technology for cataract surgery. The high resolution 3D Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) system is integrated on the Catalys equipment to help establish the exact position, size and depth of laser-assisted incisions. In addition, those with astigmatism will also get laser-assisted adjustment in the same lens replacement surgery. With the Catalys image-led Laser technology, Cataract Laser surgery will be personalized to each patient, bringing accuracy, flexibility and optimal treatment.

4. CONSTELLATION® Vision System (Alcon – USA)

It is a device used in cataract surgery and vitrectomy with integrated and synchronous technologies, improving efficiency of surgeries. The system is used in the Phaco – Constellation (Alcon – USA) procedure with Ozil technology which is safe for lens diffusion and aspiration, maintains anterior chamber, and protects the endothelium and the lens capsule. With real-time infusion adjustments and Alcon’s exclusive non-invasive flow meter technology, the CONSTELLATION® Vision system increases stability of the vitrectomy.

4. CONSTELLATION® Vision System (Alcon – USA)

It is a device used in cataract surgery and vitrectomy with integrated and synchronous technologies, improving efficiency of surgeries. The system is used in the Phaco – Constellation (Alcon – USA) procedure with Ozil technology which is safe for lens diffusion and aspiration, maintains anterior chamber, and protects the endothelium and the lens capsule. With real-time infusion adjustments and Alcon’s exclusive non-invasive flow meter technology, the CONSTELLATION® Vision system increases stability of the vitrectomy.

5. 3D Vision Chart Optometry System (Topcon)
5. 3D Vision Chart Optometry System (Topcon)
5. 3D Vision Chart Optometry System (Topcon)

Vision test (subjective and objective) is one of the most important factors supporting the ophthalmologists in diagnosing and making appropriate treatment indications. Understanding its significance, the Japan International Eye Hospital has used Topcon Japan’s 3D Vision Chart system (2014 generation). Its 3D operating mechanism delivers completely accurate and objective vision test results, independent of both lighting of the clinic and distance of the patients.

6. Visante linking Altas system (Carl Zeiss)

The laser-assisted surgical methods for myopia treatment work based on the principle of corneal thickness adjustment, so measurement of corneal parameters should be of primary attention and must be accurately assessed. The Carl Zeiss Visante linking Altas system delivers precise corneal structure parameters, effectively assisting the ophthalmologists in making reasonable surgical indications. This is the most advanced cornea map and corneal thickness measurement system in Vietnam today.

6. Visante linking Altas system (Carl Zeiss)

The laser-assisted surgical methods for myopia treatment work based on the principle of corneal thickness adjustment, so measurement of corneal parameters should be of primary attention and must be accurately assessed. The Carl Zeiss Visante linking Altas system delivers precise corneal structure parameters, effectively assisting the ophthalmologists in making reasonable surgical indications. This is the most advanced cornea map and corneal thickness measurement system in Vietnam today.

7. Advanced ultrasound and tomography systems
7. Advanced ultrasound and tomography systems
7. Advanced ultrasound and tomography systems

The new generation 3D OCT machine (Topcon – Japan), ultrasound scanner (Tomey – Japan), IOL Master biometer (CarlZeiss – Germany) provide maximum support for  examination and early detection of problems at the back of the patients’ eye, so that the ophthalmologists can provide appropriate treatment options to help the patient improve maximum vision.

8. Optos Daytona

Understanding the importance of retina screening in assessing retina and eye health, the Japan International Eye Hospital has equipped the Optos Daytona to preserve the patient's eyesight. The Optos Daytona is a scanning retinal imaging instrument that is able to take ultra-wide images of a patient’s retina. This device can take around a 200-degree image of the retina in one image and can capture the picture in less than one second and without the use of dilating drops. As a result, it helps our doctors to diagnose eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy

8. Optos Daytona

Understanding the importance of retina screening in assessing retina and eye health, the Japan International Eye Hospital has equipped the Optos Daytona to preserve the patient's eyesight. The Optos Daytona is a scanning retinal imaging instrument that is able to take ultra-wide images of a patient’s retina. This device can take around a 200-degree image of the retina in one image and can capture the picture in less than one second and without the use of dilating drops. As a result, it helps our doctors to diagnose eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy

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