The FEMTO LDV Z8 is the most versatile femtosecond laser currently on the market offering great flexibility and ultimate precision in Ziemer’s proven compact and mobile design. You can roll it from the refractive room into the cataract OR and use it in a sterile setting. The integrated OCT enables for truly tailor-made surgery.

The mobile laser for corneal and cataract surgery

The mobile laser for corneal and cataract surgery

Name

FEMTO LDV Z8

Intended Use

  • Femtosecond Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery 
  • Refractive surgery (LASIK flaps)
  • Tunnels for Intracorneal Ring Segments (ICRS)
  • Pockets for Intrastromal Inlays
  • Keratoplasties (lamellar and penetrating)

Typical User

Refractive surgeons in high-volume centers, ophthalmic surgeons in eye clinics with broad offerings ranging from refractive corneal to refractive cataract surgery and university clinics 

Characteristics

  • Compact
  • Mobile
  • Easy to integrate in established workflows
  • Use in sterile environments possible
  • Compatible with every kind of excimer laser, patient bed and microscope
  • Ziemer low energy laser technology
  • Handheld device
  • Applications à la carte
  • Learn more 

Special Features

  • For cornea AND cataract surgery
  • Integrated spectral domain OCT 
  • 2D and 3D-Resections (XYZ-Plane)
  • Tissue adapted pulse management 
  • Liquid and applanating patient interface 
  • Learn more about the Z8's unique features

Dimensions

102 cm x 26 cm x 140 cm 
(height-adjustable with integrated lift)

Weight

250 kg

Availability
The FEMTO LDV Z2, Z4, Z6 and Z8 are CE marked and FDA cleared. For some countries, availability may be restricted due to regulatory requirements; please contact Ziemer for details. Presbyopia treatments occur exclusively by a pocket creation and the implantation of a corresponding corneal inlay of a third party. Availability of related corneal inlays and implants may vary according to policy of the individual manufacturers and regulatory status in the individual countries. To comply with FDA regulations, devices for sale in the U. S. do not mention 'Presbyopia' on the panels.