1. Maximising OCT Benefit A Survey

    Melanie Kell | 26 March 2014

    Results from a recent Australian survey has identified that patient care might be improved – simply because optometrists are not taking the opportunity to get the most from their OCT. The way an eye health professional uses technology is not necessarily ... Read More

  2. ART: the future of Alloy-free Blocking

    Melanie Kell | 24 February 2014

    A United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) decision to phase out the global use of mercury by 2020 has ignited conversation about the future use of other materials, among them cadmium and lead, which are components of alloy. Within the eye health industry,... Read More

  3. The Drivewear Engine

    Simon Ward | 27 January 2014

    The Transitions Drivewear adaptive sun lens goes beyond initial attempts at combining polarisation and photochromics by using each of these technologies to enhance the other’s capabilities.mivision spoke to Mark Rupert, General Manager – Asia... Read More

  4. A New Photochromic Technology More Responsive in...

    Melanie Kell | 26 November 2013

    Transitions Optical has employed complex ‘Chromea7 technology’ to develop its latest generation Signature lens, which the company says, is “the most responsive everyday adaptive lenses ever”. The new Transitions Signature VII lens was... Read More

  5. World First Infinity Freeform

    Melanie Kell | 28 October 2013

    The world’s first infinity freeform lens has just been launched in Australia. Opticare, the suppliers of this German made freeform lens say it will enable eye care practitioners to deliver for their patients up to twice the reading and intermediate area ... Read More

  6. Protecting Vision, Enhancing Performance

    Annette Clayfield Hoskin | 29 September 2013

    It’s not unusual for your average lycra clad, café going cyclist to spend Au$10,000on a performance bike, for a bait loving fisherman to spend $1,000 on a rod and reel or a race-going yachtie to spend several hundred dollars on a pair of deck... Read More

  7. Clinical Equipment: Small Spaces and Big Profits

    mivision | 27 May 2013

    The explosion of eye care technology over recent years has created challenges for optometrists – especially those practicing from small inner-city rooms where space is at a premium. Taking a strategic approach to the investments you make in technology... Read More

  8. The Economics of Ergonomics

    mivision | 27 May 2013

    There’s plenty of state of the art equipment out there that can enhance the clinical expertise you offer your patients. Choosing wisely can also help you achieve greater workplace health, satisfaction and productivity. Before investing in new equipment... Read More

  9. Nidek OCT Software: Update Coming Soon

    Cameron Loveless | 27 May 2013

    Nidek is soon to release new software for its range of OCTs. Version 1.40 promises new features, many of which will be demonstrated this month at SRC in Melbourne (1–3 June) and ODMA in Brisbane (July 5–7) when Designs for Vision showcases a... Read More

  10. Device Technologies: OCT-1 Maestro & CAPTIV8

    mivision | 27 May 2013

    One of the largest hurdles of introducing an OCT into today’s space restricted optometric practice is the physical logistics. Not anymore. The OCT-1 Maestro’s small footprint and versatile design mean it can be incorporated into virtually any size ... Read More

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