Diese Seite drucken
Diese Seite als E-Mail senden
What Your Peers Say About the optomap
“Usually we approach angiography as a mundane necessity. Now, I perform the the procedure much more enthusiastically, because the findings may be surprising. The technology provides me with almost every type of angiography I might need, including closer looks at macular disorders or macular edema, while also helping me document peripheral disorders as well.”
Thomas R. Friberg, MD, MSFACS of University of PittsburghPittsburgh, PA
“I believe this technology will have a dramatic impact on our field, possibly as great as the impact OCT has had during the past 5 to 10 years.”
“After using it for several months, we realized that this technology provides diagnostic and therapeutic opportunities that have not been available through the use of fundus cameras and traditional imaging, so we decided the Optos P200MA platform was a good acquisition for our practice. It is a bonus that patients really like the system, mainly because it is a noncontact system.”
Thomas Stone, MDRetina Associates of KentuckyLexington, KY
“Ultra-widefield angiography has provided us with the ability to reliably obtain information about the retinovascular status of the periphery, namely the extent of nonperfusion and presence of vascular abnormalities or vascular leakage.”
“To be able to see the retina functionality during an angiogram improves the ophthalmologist’s ability to detect, treat and understand the biologic basis of the disease process.”
Ivan J. Suner, MDRetina Associates of FloridaTampa, FL
“Advantages of Ultra-widefield FA: 1. Precise diagnosis, 2. Objective measurement of disease severity, 3. Objective measurement of disease progression, 4. Increased precision and accuracy of treatment planning and outcome monitoring. It makes our laser treatment less of a hammer, and more of a drug that we can titrate.”
“Optos’ technology has changed the way we diagnose and thus potentially will change the way we treat diabetic retinopathy - this is truly revolutionary technology with game changing potential.”
Steven Schwartz, MDJules Stein, UCLALos Angeles, CA
"The bottom line from a disease management standpoint is that once you have an ultra-widefield view, you can't go back. It simply allows us to practice better, more efficient medicine, in an era when our time and disease management skills have never been in greater demand."
David M. Brown, MD, FACS, Retina Consultants of HoustonHouston, TX
Noch nicht angemeldet? Registrieren Sie sich jetzt.
© 2013 Optos. Alle Rechte vorbehalten. Optos®, optos® und optomap® sind Warenzeichen der Optos plc.
Accessibility Statement |
Rechtliche Hinweise |
Registered in Scotland |
Distributors Login |