More insights during DMEK surgery with Enfocus intrasurgical OCT
During DMEK surgery, accurate donor membrane positioning and full adherence to the stroma are crucial to patient outcomes. EnFocus intrasurgical OCT can reveal more information to support each stage of the procedure. Watch this video to see how high-resolution intrasurgical optical coherence tomography (OCT) can enhance visualization during DMEK surgery with real-time, cross-sectional imaging of subsurface details.
Membrane peeling supported from start to finish
In this case EnFocus intrasurgical OCT supports identification of an epiretinal membrane (ERM) causing vitreomacular traction (VMT). OCT visualization helps guide intrasurgical decision-making and assesment of successful completion.
Great by design
The EnFocus system was purpose-designed for intrasurgical imaging. It maximises OCT image performance by injecting the OCT signal below the optics carrier rather than through the microscope oculars. This provides maximum resolution, a fully centered and uniform OCT beam, plus OCT zoom and focus controls independent of microscope controls.
OCT-guided 25G vitrectomy with the Proveo 8 ophthalmic microscope and EnFocus intraoperative optical coherence tomography (OCT)
Surgical video of an OCT-guided 25G vitrectomy with the Proveo 8 ophthalmic microscope and EnFocus intraoperative optical coherence tomography (OCT) by Dr. Jean-Antoine Pournaras, RétinElysée, Lausanne, Switzerland. See how Dr. Pournaras performs this delicate vitreoretinal procedure with real-time, intraoperative, ultra HD OCT. EnFocus allows an immediate confirmation of subsurface tissue reaction to surgical maneuvers, giving the surgeon more confidence during procedures.