OPD facilities

The Outpatient Department at the Saluja Eye Care Center is fully equipped with state of the art ultramodern diagnostic and therapeutic facilities:

  • A-Scan: Ultrasonic: Contact, Immersion. Optical.
  • Pachymetry: Optical and Ultrasonic.
  • Diagnostic Lenses 20 D, 90 D, and Goldman One Mirror.
  • Indirect and Direct Ophthalmoscopes
  • Green Laser System
  • Comfortable Chair Unit
  • Digital Fundus Camera,with Image net System and Digital Fluorescein Angiography (FFA)
  • Slit lamps 
  • Topcon KR 8900 Auto Refractometer with Keratometer
  • Applanation tonometer, Schiotz tonometer
  • Non mydriatic Fundus Camera: For Clinical Ophthalmic Photographies,
  • Dry Eye Diagnostics, Retinal Examination without dilatation.
  • Autolensometer Keratometers
  • LCD and LED Chart Projection Systems
  • Optical Coherence Tomography
  • Corneal topography
  • Non Contact Tonometer
  • Automated Perimeter

Special Diagnostic Tests:

Committed to offer the best in eye care we have state of the art equipment providing special diagnostic tests to our patients to complement the clinical acumen of our doctors, thus reaching the root cause of the disease. 

  • Eye and Retina Fundus Photography:
    Color photographs of the Diseased Part of the eye, Dry eye Evaluation, Optic nerve head, Retina: the curtain at the inner part of the back of the eye
  • Fluorescein Angiography (FFA) –Digital
    A diagnostic procedure that photographs the blood circulation of the retina. This involves injection of a dye called fluorescein into a vein in the arm or hand.
  • Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) –
    This is a diagnostic procedure similar to the CT scan of the brain. It uses a beam of light and its reflection to obtain cross-sectional images that provide information about the different layers of the retina.
  • Visual Field Analysis (Automated Perimetry)
    Measurement of the full extent of the area visible to an eye that is fixating straight ahead.
  • Corneal Tomography
    Characterizes the elevation of the front and back corneal surfaces and reconstructs the pachymetry mapping, which has significantly enhanced the sensitivity and specificity for detecting corneal ectasia.
  • Corneal Topography
    Corneal topography, also known as photokeratoscopy or videokeratography, is a non-invasivemedical imaging technique for mapping the front curvature of the cornea, the outer structure of the eye. Since the cornea is normally responsible for some 70% of the eye’s refractive power, its topography is of critical importance in determining the quality of vision and corneal health.
  • Optical Aberrometer
    Aberrometers typically measure ray deviations at the retinal plane, as a function of pupil position, i.e. local derivatives of the wave aberration.