Wave Analyzer Medica 700 Wavefront Aberrometer
Fast and fully automatic:
7-in-1 measurement solution
The WAVE ANALYZER is a fast and effective automatic aberrometer that provides 7 different detailed measures in one easy-to-use solution. With wireless connectivity, it facilitates the sharing of results with patients and transfer of data for follow-up monitoring or action.
- Based on wavefront and Shack-Hartmann technology
- Large touch screen makes it simple to navigate or follow the progression of measurement cycle
- Easy data sharing with clear and customizable result reports
- Comprehensive measurements :
- 1/100 diopter refraction for day and night vision
- Low and high order aberration with simulation of vision quality
- Topography and pupillometry for contact lens fitting and keratoconus detection
- Retro-illumination of crystalline lens for opacity check and cataract screening
- Scheimpflug-based pachymetry and tonometry for secured glaucoma screening
FAST & FULL AUTOMATIC MEASUREMENT PROCESS
- All measures are automatically performed by the device once the chin rest level is adjusted.
- Intuitive navigation and measurement cycle progression on the large touch screen
- Performs 7 measurements in 90 seconds.
EASY DATA SHARING
- Clear and customizable result reports
- XML-based technology for easy data and image transfer
How many functions does WAM700 perform?
7 fully-automatic functions including: Ref / Ker / Topography / Pupilometry/ Tonometry / Packymetry/ Wave HOA & LOA analysis plus retro-illumination
How long does it take to run all 7 functions?
90 seconds to automatically complete all 7 functions
Does it need a PC or software?
No PC is needed. It is built into the machine. Viewing can be done through a network with remote access.
Can we extract reports for an EHR?
Reports can be exported as a PDF for import into an EHR.
How does it measure topography?
24 Placido rings measuring 6144 points
How does it measure Wavefront?
Shack-Hartmann Wavefront Sensor with 100,000 points
How many viewer licenses are delivered with WAM700?
Up to 25 viewer licenses
Do I need the Internet for WAM700?
The Internet is required only if you will export XML, PDF or access remotely.
Can I connect a TV or PC monitor to WAM700?
Yes, via a VGA cable or a VGA to HDMI converter
Is WAM700 DICOM compatible?
No, there are no DICOM possibilities.
Do we need a USB3 port in the PC?
No, USB 3.0 is not a requirement.
Can we do a Meibomian analysis with WAM700?
What is the resolution of the images?
1080 x 1920 pixels
Can I do a video?
No, only pictures
Can I change the contrast and brightness of the images?
Yes but this can be done only on the pachymetry images.
What is the minimum pupil size?
The minimum pupil size is 2.0 mm.
Do I need to drill my table to mount WAM700?
No, drilling is not needed.
Do you have a soft contact lenses library for WAM700?
No, only RGPs
Do you have a scleral lenses library for WAM700?
No, only RGPs
Can we do tear film analysis or BUT with WAM700?
How many Placido rings does WAM700 have?
How many points are analyzed?
Can I measure the elevation of both the anterior and posterior cornea?
Not on both, only on the anterior.
Does the software have cases of corneal pathology such as keratoconus, where the corneal apex is decentered off the visual axis?
Some cataract and HOA/LOA cases
Can I do multiple map displays?
Can I do OD/OS comparison displays?
Can I do an overlay of the image for OD/OS?
Can I do a full study of the pupil diameters?
Can I simulate NaFl (fluorescein)?
Can I do pictures and videos of the anterior segment?
Does it include features for keratoconus assessments?
Can I do printouts of the display?
Does it have Scheimpflug technology?
Yes, but static
Does AnaEyes have corneal ectasia monitoring and treatment?
No, it does not any monitoring module.
Can I do keratoconus progression on patients?
Is WAM700 an Anterior Segment Optical Coherence Tomography?
No, it is not an AS-OCT.
My most recent purchase was the WAM Wavefront Analyzer Medica 700. This device has been a key addition to my practice especially now as the amount of audits for medical necessity have significantly increased over the past few years. I feel my skills in designing rigid contact lenses around the interesting corneal surfaces has greatly increased by being able to see exactly what I am trying to avoid or reshape. Also the ability to identify these cases early makes patient expectations with their quality of sight and management plan more clear.
I recently purchased the WAM700 (Wave Analyzer Medica 700 Wavefront Abberrometer) after reviewing other similar instruments on the market. This instrument is great! By doing 7 different measurements within 2 minutes per eye, it is a time saver and money generator! My staff loves the ease of this machine, I like the data it provides without having to use multiple different devices and the patients are impressed with the technology. I highly recommend the WAM700.