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Optoelectronic system of prompting and stabilizing coherent light beams in a given point of an eye
Author(s): Yuri G. Danik; Vladimir I Karpenko; Svyatoslav N. Fyodorov; Vladimir I. Turin; Olga E. Zaslavskaya; Vladimir Trikoz
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Paper Abstract

The high degree of mobility of mammal's eye components largely reduces efficiency of diagnostics and realization of surgical operations at a microlevel with usage of laser equipment. A system of precision installation of a laser beam in a given point of an eye, and maintenance adaptive (fixed in relation to a given point) its deduction in it, in current whole time of observation or realization of surgical interference, irrespective of a duration is developed and created. The system is constructed on the basis of executive gears, executed with piezoceramics, enabling us to execute practically inertia less management of influencing laser radiation in given sector of angles. The experimental research of a developed system has demonstrated an opportunity of reduction of errors of prompting and stabilization coherent of a light beam in a given point of an eye in 5 . . . 8 times in comparison with results received under usual conditions of realization of similar surgical operations.

Paper Details

Date Published: 17 May 1996
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 2673, Ophthalmic Technologies VI, (17 May 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.240045
Show Author Affiliations
Yuri G. Danik, Kharkov Univ. (Ukraine)
Vladimir I Karpenko, Kharkov Univ. (Ukraine)
Svyatoslav N. Fyodorov, Kharkov Univ. (Ukraine)
Vladimir I. Turin, Kharkov Univ. (Ukraine)
Olga E. Zaslavskaya, Kharkov Univ. (Ukraine)
Vladimir Trikoz, Kharkov Univ. (Ukraine)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2673:
Ophthalmic Technologies VI
Jean-Marie A. Parel; Karen Margaret Joos; Pascal O. Rol, Editor(s)

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