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Our aim is contributing to progress in medical technology and helping healthcare professionals all over the world to improve their patients' quality of life. Follow the links below to find detailed product information on our international website.
With a special focus on ophthalmology, ophthalmic surgery and visualization systems in the field of microsurgery, the company supports healthcare professionals in setting new standards of care with proven medical technology and broad application competence based on cutting-edge innovations. ZEISS also offers visualization solutions for dental treatment and gynecology. The company's medical technology portfolio is completed by future-oriented technologies such as intraoperative radiotherapy.
Through our global network we are well aware of our customers’ demands. Worldwide neurosurgeons, ear, nose and throat specialist and ophthalmologists – if there are clinicians or if they are office-based – put their trust in the know-how of ZEISS. We are playing in active role in the rapidly proceeding digitalization of the medical sector by offering software solutions for simple and effective patient data management.
The market launch of the slit lamp in 1912 heralded the dawn of the medical technology business at ZEISS. It was just the first of many pioneering inventions in the fields of ophthalmology, microscopy and radiotherapy. Today the Medical Technology activities of ZEISS are today largely bundled under the umbrella of the TecDAX-listed company Carl Zeiss Meditec AG in which Carl Zeiss AG holds ca. 65 percent interest.
Diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases, including implants and consumables.
Visualization solutions for surgery of the nervous system.
Visualization solutions for plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Visualization solutions for surgical procedures of the spine.
Visualization solutions for examination and surgery of ear, nose and throat.
Surgical microscopes and loupes for better vision and ergonomics.
Diagnostic microscopes and solutions for digital visualization for gynecological applications.
Targeted intraoperative radiation therapy for cancer treatment.