MP-1 Microperimeter
MP-1 - Fixation Exam   MP-1 - Retinography Exam   MP-1 - Microperimetry Exam

The new standard in Retinal Diagnostic

 
Combined Perimetry & Fundus Imaging Perimetry
Fundus Imaging
Combination of Fundus Imaging with subjective computerized Perimetry
  • Accurate, fully automatic assessment of the macular function is
    achieved by effectively integrating in a single instrument the objectivity
    of fundus imaging and the subjectivity of computerized perimetry.
 
  Computerized Microperimetry      
         
 
  • Accurate detection and measurement of visual sensory outcomes.

  • A flexible and user programmable set of parameters specifies
    the stimulus intensity, shape and size along with foreground
    and background color.

  • Fully automated examination with selectable target strategies.
High Intensity seen stimulus (Low Sensitivity)
Low Intensity seen stimulus (High Sensitivity)
MP-1 - Results of stimuli
Sensibility Color Scale0 - Low Sensitivity20 - High Sensitivity
 
         
  45º Non-Mydriatic Digital Fundus Photography
     
         
 
  • IR light is used for observation and real-time, non-mydriatic retinal images
    are displayed on the monitor during examination.

  • Color digital images are captured at the beginning or at the end of the examination.
  MP-1 - 45 Degrees View  
         
  High-Speed, On-Line Image Tracking
     
 
  • The MP-1’s high-speed image-tracking software ensures exact spatial
    correlation between the anatomic landmarks revealed by digital fundus
    imaging and the visual sensitivity maps obtained by macular perimetry.
MP-1 - On-Line Tracking Technology
  Quantitative Assessment of Fixation      
         
 
  • The fundus movements are tracked while the patient gazes steadily at the fixation target.

  • The autotracking system calculates X and Y shifts relative to a reference frame
    and returns a map of the patient’s eye movements during the examination.
  MP-1 - Measurement of Fixation  
         
  Mapping a Scotoma      
         
 
  • Absolute or relative non-seeing areas within the visual field
    are accurately detected and delimited.

  • A light stimulus projected onto the patient’s retina is moved radially
    from a test location selected by the operator until it is visible to the patient.
  MP-1 - Measurement of Scotoma directly on the Fundus Image  
         
  Selectable built-in or custom Perimetry Programs      
         
 
  • Projection of dynamic, structured and selectable targets of varying shape and
    size (standard Goldmann targets, operator-defined targets and bitmaps).

  • Target number, target intensity, position strategies and fixation stimuli
    are other programmable features.
  MP-1 - Target Selection  
         
  System Structure      
         
 
  1. Head Rest
  2. Front Lens
  3. Optical Head
  4. Joystick
  5. Chin Rest Adjustment
 
         
  System Configuration      
         
 
  • Halogen illumination
  • IR sensitive CCD camera
  • Xenon lamp flash light
  • Color CCD camera
  • Dedicated PC with NAVIS Operating System
  • Class 1B (according to IEC 601-1)
  • Power Supply: 100/110/115/120/230/240 VAC - 50/60 Hz
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 62x40x50 cm / 24"x16"x20"
  • Weight: 27 Kg / 60 Lbs
  • Operating temperature: 15 / 30 C - 59 / 86 F
  • Not condensing relative humidity: 30 ÷ 75 %