Improved Patient Experience with optomap

Posted on Apr 26, 2021 by

Optos UWF retinal imaging helps to improve the patient experience, patient education as well as minimize close-up interaction with patients allowing for ample safe distancing currently wished to maintain during examinations.  To help practices build patient confidence in the provision of safe and effective eye care, optomap UWF retinal imaging devices are designed for comfort, speed, efficiency, and safety. 


A Look into the Female Gaze: Taking Steps Today to Protect the Future

Posted on Apr 21, 2021 by

A comprehensive eye exam should include a thorough examination of the retina, including an optomap, which is complementary to a DFE and an excellent tool for screening and for patient education. A optomap helps doctors to discover and document the retina with little or no face-to-face interaction and takes only seconds to get a highly-detailed view of the retina, which is critical for detection and management of both ocular and systemic diseases.


Looking to the Retina to Assist with Sports Related Eye Injuries

Posted on Apr 15, 2021 by

Athletes of all levels need to be prepared and protect themselves from injury.  Many, avid sports player or not, have likely experienced some type of sports-related injury.  In some cases, these injuries may have happened directly to the eye, from orbital blowout fracture, ruptured globe, or a detached retina and some can be detected, along with other types of pathology, by looking at the health of the eye. Because the retina is the only place in the body where vasculature can be viewed non-invasively, eyecare professionals are looking to the retina to assist them in identifying, diagnosing, and treating ocular issues in athletes. Many of these eyecare professionals choose the ONLY ultra-widefield (UWF™) retinal image, optomap, to assist them like no other retinal imaging technology can.