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For Ophthalmology, 3D Printing Eliminates Human Donors and Costly Middlemen

3D printing sounds like a concept from a sci-fi movie or an Isaac Asimov novel. It involves creating a physical, three-dimensional object from a digital file. The technology has been used for some time in niche markets, generally for prototyping. However, new breakthroughs are propelling 3D printing into the mainstream, and the technology is poised […]

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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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Does Downsize Matter? It Does If You Are Performing Small Incision Cataract Surgery

At the very leading edge of modern cataract surgery is the process of small incision cataract surgery, also known as micro incision cataract surgery (MICS). The appeal of MICS stems from the fact that it is a minimally invasive procedure which reduces postoperative corneal aberrations, and lessens the occurrence of induced corneal astigmatism.

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How Accutome Made Our First Ophthalmology Course a Success

My name is Scott Serbin, and I head up the development of provider education programs for Emergency Medical Associates (EMA).The flagship program I helped develop is the Advanced Emergency Medicine Conference, a regional EM conference, which draws EM providers from across the country. Within the conference, there are many different courses available that cover a […]

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6 Steps to Protect Your Diamond Knife Investment

If you work at a surgical center, hospital or with a surgical ophthalmologist, you have a decision to make when it comes to your selection of disposable blades or diamond knives. For those of you who have made the choice to use diamond knives for surgical procedures, you certainly know the advantages: Cleaner, reproducible incisions […]

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Increase Ophthalmology Office ROI with One Stop Shopping

Placing orders for an ophthalmology office, ophthalmic surgery center or hospital can be a daunting task. There are so many ophthalmic products and so many ophthalmic vendors it can be a bit overwhelming. Perhaps you need tip covers for your tonometer? Need ophthalmic instruments like a diamond knife, capsulorhexis forceps, axis marker or guarded disposable? How about clinical […]

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