What Your Peers Say About the optomap
Clinical Benefits of the optomap
optomap patient experience
“The P200C has a high resolution… You have the ability to measure the optic nerve and determine whether it is a large or small nerve and you can look at both optic nerves simultaneously on the screen side by side. Because it has two different layers, if you want to look and see something in the chorioid or if it’s in the retina, it’s another push of a button and it will give you a better look at the choroid for choroidal nevi versus a look at the retina. It’s a useful device for diagnosis and unbeatable for patient education.”
Donald Digby, MDDigby Eye AssociatesGreensboro, NC
“Patients seem to prefer the optomap compared with conventional fundus photography for comfort and ease of use.”
“Laser treatment can be delivered more precisely and we can better assess laser and pharmacologic treatment response. Macular views are adequate for focal treatments as well.”
Matthew W. MacCumber, MD, PhDRush University Medical CenterChicago, IL
"The Optos device would be a great screening tool for us. Quick, fast even for children. Quality better than Topcon 9 field, less time and easier."
Jean-Antoine Pournaras, MDJules Gonin Eye HospitalLausanne, Switzerland
"For screening, ultra-widefield imaging outperforms the Topcon 7 field in detecting changes due to diabetic retinopathy, especially macular edema."
Ines Tran, MD1Service d'Opthalmologie, CHU de ReimsReims, France
“The optomap Retinal Exam was the perfect instrument for viewers to see images of what a retina looks like, either healthy or having disorders ranging from diabetes to melanoma. The fact that I am able to get an ultra-widefield view of the retina then have the permanent documentation so I can compare images year to year is ideal.”
Kerry Assil, MDAssil Eye InstituteLos Angeles, CA
“The P200 is particularly useful for cataract and refractive surgeons to ensure that the posterior segment of the eye is normal prior to proceeding with anterior segment surgery. For example, the presence of macular abnormalities may preclude a patient from achieving good quality vision with a premium multi-focal IOL. Knowing this ahead of time steers IOL selection towards monofocal or accommodating IOLs instead.”
Uday Devgan, MDMaloney Vision InstituteLos Angeles, CA
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