Light, portable and equipped with Heine-quality LED light, this BIO provides freedom and exceptional clarity.
The Optomap 200DX has exceeded expectations and made detection of early-stage pathology much easier for this Brisbane practitioner.
The Canon HS 100 augments an ophthalmology practice with a retinal subspeciality.
Easy to use, reliable and efficient.
A practice focused on disease detection and management confirms that the Maestro can play a central role in patient education.
Highly-detailed, three-dimensional images allow patients to immediately realise the reasons for their diagnoses.
An impressive array of functions allows for more personalised service and solutions.
Spectacle-mounted telescopes continue to set the standard in distance and near vision improvement.
Combine the ability to perform multiple assessments with the benefits of communicating the results to patients.
Investment in diagnostic equipment has strengthened findings and increased the number and quality of diagnoses.
The introduction of the CIRRUS photo 600 OCT revolutionises an optometric practice.
Ian Breadon explains how his practice financed the $80,000 purchase of an OCT, with monthly lease payments of $1,844 over a five-year term. Initially, he had set patient fees of $90 for scans but reduced this to $75.
Spiros Magdalinos tested the new Canon OCT-HS 100. He says it has unique features that make it simple to use, easy to incorporate into routine consultations, and very informative and easy to understand for his patients. It is also compact and fits neatly into the smallest consulting room.
For his outreach work, Michael Young finds the advantages of the Optomed Smartscope hand-held fundus camera are its portability, versatility and light weight. ‘There is a slight compromise with image quality, which is compensated for by the Smartscope M5’s portability, but I don’t believe I’m missing anything.’
Jim Kokkinakis says studies have shown that the LipiFlow Thermal Pulsation System successfully treats patients with lipid deficiencies caused by meibomian gland dysfunction.