The TFI uses spectral interference to image the corneal surface with a large field of view and high lateral resolution.
All measurements are at nanometers resolution.
The TFI non-contact measurement allows regular blinking to preserve tear film dynamics.
Lipid layer maps demonstrate the significance of the lipid layer uniformity, which plays an important role in maintaining tear film health.
The TFI produces a 3D map of the lipid layer over a large field of view > 6.25mm.
Measurements performed during natural blinking.
The thicknesses are measured at a very high rate. The spatial and temporal resolutions enable the reliable calculation of the dynamic properties of the tear film.
Nanometers resolution assessment of the tear film layers, including the muco-aqueous sublayers.
A highly advanced and high-resolution medical device tomeasure the attributes of the tear film.
The TFI tracks the dynamics of the tear film Sub layers simultaneously.
Streamlined operator instructions.
Ability to measure lipid, muco-aqueous layer thicknessproviding insight into aspects of the tear film function.
Potential to assess the performance of RX therapies on tear film dynamics.
Assess the homeostasis and stability of the tear film.
Reports on overall tear film functionality.
Potential to have improved/increased patient flow with a 40-second exposure per eye.
Continuous measurement during natural blinking.
Non-invasive exam of the tear film parameters.