Nathan Little, Author at EyeOpener Ophthalmology Blog

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Accutome in India for Nepal Ophthalmic Society Conference (NOSC)

Recently Accutome attended the Nepal Ophthalmic Society Conference (NOSC). In attendance for Accutome was the Mr. Ramasubbu Ramamoorthy with our local Distributor Vaishno Medi Sales. During the visit Mr. Ramasubbu Ramamoorthy also attended the installation of a new 4Sight (ophthalmic ultrasound combination unit) at Nepal Eye Hospital and provided product support and training. Nepal Ophthalmic Society was […]

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Accutome Goes to Taipei

Accutome recently attended the APAO (Asia Pacific Ophthalmology Assoc) congress in Taipei, Taiwan. The APAO is one of the most important Asia Pacific ophthalmology meetings. As this was organized in Taipei, a large group of Chinese companies and ophthalmologists attended. According the organization, a total of > 4000 physicians registered. Accutome was represented by our international […]

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How UBM Seamlessly Incorporates into (and Actually Improves) Your Practice

Ophthalmologists looking to detect any issues in the eye’s anterior segment non-invasively yet with a high degree of precision should really consider incorporating an ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM) into their practice. One of the problems that ophthalmologists face all the time with optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a lack of depth or limited penetration. This problem stems […]

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When Do You Know It’s Time To Use The UBM?

A respected voice in the eye care industry, ophthalmologist Dr. Larry Berstein, has found that combining gonioscopy with a UBM Plus unit provides the most nuanced clinical data and is the preferred choice of his patients. While both gonioscopy and UBM Plus units are tools that clinicians call upon to examine patients’ anterior chamber, Dr. Berstein and others have found that combining these two approaches […]

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Are Your Central Corneal Thickness Measurements Accurate?

Measurement accuracy of a patient’s central corneal thickness is essential to determine treatment options. As a result, it’s imperative that your patient’s measurements are correct no matter the tester. A recent study, published September, 2014, covers the accuracy of central corneal thickness measurements using a portable, hand held device. According to the publication, the Accutome […]

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5 Things You Should Consider When Purchasing A Pachymeter

Pachymeters help you achieve accurate corneal thickness measurements in your patients; however, if one is wearing contact lenses or has ocular disorders the readings could be drastically affected. Today, there are a few things that should be considered when you are ready to take measurements or make your next pachymeter purchase.

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These Breakthrough Ophthalmic Tonometer Designs May Surprise You

When it comes to patient IOP screening – doctors and patients deserve the best possible instruments for speed, accuracy and performance. In today’s high-tech world – we have cutting-edge designs rolling into the market at a faster pace than ever before. Increased accuracy, lighter-weights and far more user friendly – high-tech is delivering the best of […]

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