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Optos Ultra-widefield Retinal Imaging System

Optos’ ultra-widefield (UWF) retinal imaging devices produce 200° optomap images to provide optometrists with enhanced clinical information that can facilitate early detection and management of retinal disorders such as diabetic retinopathy.

Various clinical studies have shown that UWF imaging helps detect more pathology than traditional techniques alone. In a literature review of 32 clinical studies featuring optomap, 66 per cent more pathology was found outside the traditional imaging field of view.1 Optomap UWF images have also been shown to detect diabetic retinopathy with perfect agreement with the gold standard.2

Images can be taken in under a second, through 2mm pupils and most cataracts, making the device extremely patient-friendly, fast to operate and suitable for the majority of patients including children and the elderly.

For more information contact Optos on (AUS) 08 8443 4533.

References:

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2. Nonmydriatic Ultra-wide Field Retinal Imaging Compared with Dilated Standard 7-Field 35-mm Photography and Retinal Specialist Examination for Evaluation of Diabetic Retinopathy. Silva, Cavellerano, Sun, Noble, Aiello. American Journal of Ophthalmology – 2012