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Our service technicians are factory trained with surgical microscopes such as: Zeiss, Leica, Moller, Topcon, Storz/Urban and many more. Call (800) 438-3937

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ZEISS/HUMPHREY FDT/Matrix Visual Field Analyzer Parts For Sale

Part Number: Patient Response Button
New Patient Response Button

Brand New Patient Response Button for Humphrey/Zeiss FDT 710, MATRIX 715 and Matrix 800 Visual Fields. Item Brand New and ships from Eyeconic Ophthalmic Equipment located in New Port Richey,... view more

June 20

Asking Price:
$250 USD

HUMPHREY INSTRUMENTS humphrey 750 visual field analyzer Visual Field Analyzer Parts Wanted

Part Number: zxxxx
CPU BOARD for 750 HUMPHREY FIELD ANALYZER

looking for ZEISS/HUMPHREY 750 power supply ( resonant power tech ) Visual Field... view more

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Visual Field Analyzer

A Visual Field Analyzer is a specialized piece of medical equipment used to measure a patient’s visual field. It is typically used to diagnose and monitor glaucoma, as well as to assess the effects of stroke, brain tumors, and other neurological disorders. The Visual Field Analyzer works by projecting a series of lights onto a patient’s eyes and then measuring the response of the patient’s pupils. This data is then used to create a map of the patient’s visual field, which can be used to detect any abnormalities.

Visual Field Analyzers are manufactured by a variety of companies, including Carl Zeiss Meditec, Topcon, and Nidek. Prices for these machines range from around $10,000 to $50,000, depending on the model and features. The more expensive models typically offer a greater range of features and capabilities, such as the ability to measure color vision and contrast sensitivity. Some models also come with software that can be used to store and analyze the data collected by the machine.