iCare COMPASS automated perimeter with active retinal tracking

Key features

  • Standard automated perimetry
  • Retinal tracking compensating for fixation in real-time
  • Automated refraction correction - no trial lens needed
  • Illustrative fixation analysis
  • High-resolution confocal TrueColor imaging of the retina
  • Test can be suspended at any time without data loss

iCare COMPASS Automated Perimeter with Retinal Tracking

iCare COMPASS is the first fundus automated perimeter that retinal tracks with high resolution fundus images

iCare COMPASS takes visual field analysis to the next level by integrating a visual field with a confocal TrueColor fundus image. The touch screen and automated design streamlines the workflow and reduces testing time.

The Advantage of Fundus-Controlled Perimetry

Fundus-controlled perimetry a reliable correlation between visual function and retinal structure. Retinal tracking is at the heart of this function. Continuous, automated, tracking of eye movements by infrared retinal scanning provides active compensation of fixation perimetric stimuli. This ensures an accurate alignment between function and structure resulting in the reduction of motion and more reliable results.

Automated Visual Field Test with TrueColor Confocal Imaging

As a perimeter, COMPASS offers full compatibility with standard 10-2, 24-2, and 30-2 visual field testing. The perimeter contains an age-matched database of retinal sensitivity in normal subjects. The COMPASS provides 60° confocal images of the retina in TrueColor, Infrared and Red-free modalities. The COMPASS is the first perimeter to provide high resolution stereo viewing for better assessment of the optic nerve head.

Easy-to-use, Patient-Friendly, and Efficient Perimeter

The touch screen interface via high resolution integrated tablet make the device easy to operate. The COMPASS offers embedded capabilities for network connectivity that allows remote viewing without the need for additional software and connects to EMR systems via standard DICOM protocols.
With COMPASS Automatic Refraction Correction, there is no need for a trial lens. This avoids lens rim defects and improves patient flow. The tests can be paused at any time without data loss.

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