Intraoperative OCT will change your approach to complex retinal and corneal surgery—because you’ll have more information about what you have accomplished, what you have left to accomplish, when to go on with the surgery, and when to stop.
Proveo 8 microscope with built-in EnFocus intraoperative OCT allows you to see hidden details to confirm or change your surgical plan during surgery. Tap on the footswitch at any time during surgery to control the OCT view and see the hidden details that let you confirm or revise your plan.
See beneath the surface of the eye in retina surgery
Proveo 8 with EnFocus gives retina surgeons new insight in many ways: From assessing the tension in a membrane peel in real time,
examining of retinal morphology for residual membranes and spotting complications such as macular holes, or sub-retinal edema.
Dr. Barbara Parolini, Eyecare Clinic Brescia, Italy, explains the benefits of OCT.
Watch vitreoretinal surgeon Dr. Barbara Parolini show how the Leica microscope with intraoperative OCT guided her surgical decisions in real time to affect the outcome in peeling membranes, high myopia, subretinal surgery, retinal detachment, and surgical strategy for macular hole.
Barbara Parolini, MD is a Vitreoretinal Surgeon and Director of Vitreoretinal Service at Istituto S. Anna di Brescia (Italy). She has performed more than 8,000 surgeries and has been using the Proveo 8 microscope with EnFocus intraoperative OCT from Leica Microsystems for the past four years.
A peel of an epiretinal membrane (ERM) was carried out to release a traction retinal detachment. The video was captured with the EnFocus intrasurgical Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) system.
Learn how intraoperative OCT provides real-time information and surgeon feedback about depth of penetration into posterior segment structures, the distribution and propagation of injected fluid, vector reflux, and the integrity of the fovea during the procedures.*
John Perng, our Ophthalmology platform leader, explains how the Proveo 8 microscope with EnFocus OCT facilitates user-friendly operation with touchscreen, footswitch, and handle control.
Proveo 8 with EnFocus intraoperative OCT in cornea surgery:
The Proveo 8 is especially valuable in advanced lamellar corneal surgeries, such as DMEK (Descemet's Membrane
Endothelial Keratoplasty) and DSEAK (Descemet’s Stripping Endothelial Automated Keratoplasty), in which helps the surgeon confirm the correct
orientation of donor tissue.
DMEK and Complicated DSAEK, DALK: Surgical management & the role
of intraoperative OCT.
In this two-part webinar series, Professor Jod S. Mehta discusses trends in corneal transplant surgery and how cornea transplant
surgery with the help of intraoperative OCT can improve cornea surgical outcomes.
Prof. Jod S. Mehta, BSc(Hons), PhD, MBBS, FRCS (Ed), FRCOphth, FAMS, is Distinguished Professor, Duke-NUS, Singapore National Eye Center (SNEC), head of the
Corneal Service (SNEC), and heads the Tissue Engineering and Cell Therapy Group at the Singapore Eye Research Institute.
Professor Jod S. Mehta covers DMEK and complicated DSAEK surgery and how using intraoperative OCT in these procedures can improve outcomes.
Professor Jod S. Mehta focuses on how the use of intraoperative OCT can assist the surgeon in penetrating Keratoplasty surgery and in the decision to undertake an alternative technique Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty (DALK) surgery, using intraoperative OCT.
Proveo 8 with EnFocus intraoperative OCT in glaucoma surgery:
Microscope view during glaucoma procedure (left) supplemented with EnFocus OCT (right) showing the depth of a XEN gel stent after placement. Images courtesy of University Hospital Dusseldorf, Germany.
Beneath the surface of the eye
Proveo 8 ophthalmic microscope with EnFocus Intraoperative Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
Introduction to Proveo 8
with built-in EnFocus Intraoperative OCT
with Dr. Enrico Bertelli, followed by cornea workflow features
with Dr. Barbara Parolini, followed by retina workflow features