Adaptica introduces VisionFit and 2WIN.
Dr Nicholas Young: ‘In deciding the diagnostic standards for our clinic, we wanted to be able to assess a patients’ ocular surface without disturbing it.’
Consult with your equipment suppliers to ensure a successful fit-out.
Jason Booth: ‘I find the Cirrus HD-OCT 5000 user interface intuitive and very easy to navigate.’
Personal protective equipment is needed for visiting optometrists
In the field of domiciliary care, you are limited only by what you can bear.
Nursing home residents present particular challenges.
The use of a relatively newly-released scan type and associated analysis on the Spectralis OCT assists with the detection of structural glaucomatous damage
Michael Hare: ‘In 35 years of clinical practice, I don’t think I’ve had the pleasure of using a diagnostic instrument that has so significantly raised the bar in terms of early detection of potential ocular pathological change.’
New developments from Zeiss
Smartphones can capture high-quality slitlamp photos without a slitlamp adaptor or third-party software.
Richard Thompson: ‘I confidently say that the Canon OCT HS100 serves me and my patients without compromise.’
Jason Booth: ‘The Avanti RTVUE XR’s ability to map the corneal and epithelial thickness allows the practitioner to monitor for corneal changes with a high degree of sensitivity.’
Microblepharoexfoliation, an in-office procedure performed by the optometrist using an instrument called BlephEx, is a new technique for removing biofilm from the eyelid margin.
Suzanne Sahely: ‘I have found the PlusOptiX A12 Mobile Paediatric Autorefractor a useful add-on to my usual retinoscopy for any age group, even adults.’