The Optos Daytona
Optos patented ultra-widefield scanning laser technology supports the detection, diagnosis, analysis, documentation and management of ocular pathology and systemic disease that may first present in the periphery.
These conditions may go undetected using traditional exam techniques and equipment.
The Daytona delivers both ultra-widefield and ultra-high resolution images to facilitate disease detection, management and clinical analysis from central pole to periphery. The Optos Daytona offers multiple wavelength imaging, including options for color, red-free, and autofluorescence with green laser light.
- Unequaled 200° retina view
- Quick, easy and comfortable
- Cutting edge technology
- Co-management with patients specialists
- Management of patients with pathology
- High-resolution, high-contrast image
- 82% of the retina in one image
- Small pupil patient friendly capture
- Pupil dilation not necessary
iSeries systems are ideal for eye care providers (ECPs) who need advanced OCT technology
that’s easy to use and learn. System software is very intuitive with helpful graphics and timely
prompts that walk you through an exam. Most users are up to speed in a day.
Another advantage of the iSeries systems is completeness, the capacity for one OCT to deliver the
full spectrum of applications from retina to cornea. Add it all up and you arrive at an unparalleled
combination of ease and clinical utility that makes the iSeries the best value in OCT—which leads
to optimum eye health for your patients.
- Ganglion cell complex (GCC) with exclusive metrics that increase the sensitivity and specificity of the GCC analysis1
- FLV% measures the average amount of focal, or isolated, loss over the entire GCC map
- GLV% measures the average amount of GCC loss over the entire GCC map
- The iWellnessExam®, a single scan that reveals changes in retinal anatomy that may warrant further examination
- Cornea Advance, a powerful module for visualization and quantification of anterior segment structures
- Largest FDA-cleared normative database of all commercially-available OCT systems
Used extensively by the top Contact Lens Manufacturers and Optometry Universities throughout the world, the E300 is considered the Gold Standard for fitting Specialty Contact Lenses.
With the ability to map out to 14mm, using Composite Mapping, it gives the practitioner / technician a very high percentage of first fit success rates.
- 32 Rings
- 102,000 Analysed Points
- 9600 Measurement Points
- Composite Mapping Coverage 0.25mm to 14mm
- Extrapolated Data Out to 17mm
- Power Range 10 – 100 Diopters<
Cary Family Eye Care proudly introduces the latest cutting-edge technological advance in caring for the eye health of its patients, the Quantifeye MPOD test, in our fight against ocular disease. This amazing technology helps to check your eyes’ natural defenses against blue light by measuring your macular pigment. Your macular pigment is found in the center of the macula, the area of the retina responsible for your central and detail vision. Made up of two unique substances called lutein and zeaxanthin, macular pigment acts as a sort of ‘internal sunglasses,’ that play a vital role in protecting the macula against the harmful effects of blue light, which usually comes from electronics such as smartphones, television and computer screens, as well as from the sun.
The density of each person’s macular pigment varies and has even been known to change over time in the same person based on age and dietary factors. Many clinical trials and studies have been conducted with a focus on the measurement of macular pigment and how macular pigment density may be connected to one’s risk of developing macular degeneration. In many of these trials, a link was found between a low macular pigment optical density (MPOD) and elevated risk for developing macular degeneration, while a high macular pigment optical density was linked not only to a reduction in one’s risk for macular degeneration but also to an improvement in overall visual performance. Benefits that are linked to a high MPOD are better contrast sensitivity, improved visual acuity and reduced glare. If low macular pigment levels are detected, it is possible to increase this score by improving dietary intake of certain foods or by taking specific nutritional supplements. The QuantifEye MPOD test can help track the score as we monitor for improvement over time.
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