Eye care remains a top priority and it’s important to continue to provide patients the technological advancements available with optomap. Retinal imaging fulfills a need in supporting the detection and management of both ocular and systemic disease and optomap provides the technology to make clinical diagnosis and patient education easier.
With the holidays upon us, it’s important to note the extra care we need to take to make sure the toys and gifts our children receive are safe and age appropriate. For this reason, Prevent Blindness America has declared December “Safe Toys and Gifts Awareness Month”.
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Each year, November is recognized as November 14th is recognized as World Diabetes Day. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) created World Diabetes Day in 2011 in response to escalating health issues surrounding diabetes and diabetic eye diseases.
Optos would like to wish you all a happy and safe Halloween. To protect your vision, make sure you and your family receive an annual retinal exam that includes optomap®.
Nearly everyone on the planet will experience an eye health issue in their lifetime and more than a billion people worldwide do not have access to eye care services. To address the bigger picture at the country and global level, individuals need to be aware of their own eye health, and the theme for 2021 is all about #LoveYourEyes.
Taking care of your eyes and your vision is important in all stages of life and should not fall by the wayside as you age, and early detection is key. Talk to your eye care professional about including optomap as part of your next eye exam. optomap helps doctors 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 at any age.
Sports are a great way to stay active and healthy, but they are also one of the leading causes of eye injuries. September is Sports Eye Safety Month and it is the perfect opportunity to think about the benefits of wearing protective eyewear when taking part in sports and other recreational activities.