Topcon Healthcare announced today that it launched its new Aladdin-M instrument for eye care measurements in the U.S.
Aladdin-M is designed to combine corneal topography, pupillometry and optical biometry to enable objective measurement of corneal curvature, pupil dynamics and axial length metrics, according to a news release.
Oakland, N.J.-based Topcon’s system includes software that enables the documentation of axial length measurements to identify risk factors and track changes in Rx and axial length measurements over time to show progression and response to treatment.
The company plans to debut the Aladdin-M device at the Vision Source Exchange On-Demand meeting this week.
“Aladdin-M is ideally suited to help eye care professionals combat the growing crisis of myopia,” Topcon global VP of marketing & product design John Trefethen said in the release. “Its versatility and ease of use allow eye care professionals to easily build a myopia service within their practice, educate patients on the implications of myopia, manage their patients’ conditions, and grow their service offerings.”