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Vision Expo West

Date: September 19-21, 2019
Booth: MS9043
Location: Las Vegas, NV, USA



Phoroptor® VRx - Digital Refraction System

Exceed your patients' expectations with a premium refraction experience. Featuring the thinnest, most compact design, incredibly fast lens exchange, and ultra-quiet operation, Phoroptor VRx Digital Refraction System sets a new standard in refraction. 

Below are two videos from our Passionate About Eye Care series, featuring real doctors who's practices have been improved by the Phoroptor VRx. Hear directly from them why they chose to exceed their patient's expectations with Reichert equipment.


Eficiently Balancing Practice & Personal Life

Multitasker Lisa Genovese, OD, talks about using technology to more efficiently balance Insight Eye Care's
multiple locations with being a role model parent.

 

Differentiated By Design

When building Eyesite, Benjamin Peters, OD, & Justin Verrone OD, understood the importance design plays
in their patient's experience.

 


 

Ocular Response Analyzer® G3

Make a more confident glaucoma risk assessment with Corneal Hysteresis – a more objective predictor of glaucoma progression.

Ocular Response Analyzer® (ORA) is the only device that measures Corneal Hysteresis (CH), a superior predictor of glaucoma progression, and Corneal Compensated Intraocular Pressure (IOPcc), a better indication of the true pressure, proven to be less influenced by corneal properties than Goldmann or other methods of tonometry.2. Corneal Hysteresis is an indication of the biomechanical properties of the cornea differing from thickness or topography, which are geometrical attributes.

Below are two informative vide on on the benefits of Corneal Hysteresis and the Ocular Response Analyzer G3, from world glaucoma leaders.




Significance of Corneal Hysteresis in predicting glaucoma development, in 25 seconds with Felipe Medeiros, MD.

Felipe Medeiros, MD briefly describes the relevance of his new publication: A Prospective Longitudinal Study to Investigate Corneal Hysteresis as a Risk Factor for Predicting Development of Glaucoma. Corneal Hysteresis was found to be independently more predictive of conversion to glaucoma than other risk factors, including IOP and CCT. 



Felipe Medeiros, MD briefly describes the relevance of his new publication: A Prospective Longitudinal Study to Investigate Corneal Hysteresis as a Risk Factor for Predicting Development of Glaucoma. Corneal Hysteresis was found to be independently more predictive of conversion to glaucoma than other risk factors, including IOP and CCT.

 

Corneal Hysteresis Insights: ‘The Ophthalmologist’ Advanced Glaucoma Technologies Forum

Insights on the role of Corneal Hysteresis in Glaucoma management, taken from the Advanced Glaucoma Technologies Forum presented by The Ophthalmologist

 

“Hysteresis is a very powerful risk factor for progression of the disease, and I think it’s one that’s largely overlooked. In fact, if you take Hysteresis out of the central corneal thickness measurement, central corneal thickness might not even be a risk factor for glaucoma progression. Hysteresis is absolutely critical for estimating the risk.” – Robert Weinreb, MD.

Glaucoma opinion leaders Ike Ahmed, MD, E. Randy Craven, MD, Constance Okeke, MD, Inder Paul Singh, MD, and Robert Weinreb, MD, discuss how Corneal Hysteresis aids them in better predicting glaucoma progression in this round table discussion




How is Corneal Hysteresis useful in glaucoma decision making, J. Thimons, OD.

Dr. James Thimons, OD, discusses the use of the Ocular Response Analyzer and the importance of its Corneal Hysteresis and IOPcc measurements in the monitoring, diagnosis, and treatment of glaucoma. Here learn what Corneal Hysteresis is, why it is an essential glaucoma risk factor, and how to incorporate this measurement into daily clinical practice. In addition, Dr. Thimons explains why corneal biomechanics influence IOP measurement accuracy and how the IOPcc measurement provides a better assessment of the true intraocular pressure. 

 



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