1. Rejuvenating Bruch’s Membrane

    Professor John Marshall | 28 September 2016

    Deterioration of transport processes across Bruch’s membrane has been implicated in development of age-related macular degeneration. Fortunately, a specially-designed laser may help improve Bruch’s membrane function and delay development of the... Read More

  2. 2RT Retinal Rejuvenation

    mivision | 28 September 2016

    A non-thermal laser therapy, Retinal Rejuvenation Therapy, also known as 2RT, stimulates a natural, biological healing response in the eye and in a pilot study has demonstrated potential as an intervention which may positively influence early age-related... Read More

  3. Cobra: Non-mydriatic Retinal Camera

    mivision | 28 September 2016

    Cobra HD from CSO is an ultimate non-mydriatic digital retinal camera that combines all the necessary functions for a fast and accurate retinal screening. Retinal acquisitions require pupils as small as 2.2mm diameter. Integrating an innovative imaging... Read More

  4. Optos California Ultra-widefield Retinal Imaging

    mivision | 28 September 2016

    The Optos California device is designed for general ophthalmologists and vitreoretinal specialists. It is the first retinal imaging device to offer ultra-widefield indocyanine green (icg) angiography, in addition to colour, autofluorescence (af) and... Read More

  5. Welch Allyn Spot Vision Screener

    mivision | 28 September 2016

    The new Welch Allyn Spot Vision Screener is a handheld, portable device designed to accurately detect vision issues on patients from six months of age through to adults. This Spot Vision Screener is of particular benefit for vision screening on uncooperative... Read More

  6. LASIK: Why Doing Better is Important

    Dr. Rick Wolfe | 26 August 2016

    It was not so long ago that we performed conventional laser treatments that sadly produced good visual acuity, but were diminished by a visual result that was often poorer in other ways. LASIK should aim to improve vision in every measurable and subjective... Read More

  7. Myopia ‘A to Z’: Existing and Future Treatments

    Dr. Colin Chan and Christopher Hodge | 27 July 2016

    The prevalence of myopia is progressing faster than predicted, and for reasons that remain largely unknown.1 Myopia impacts work productivity, educational achievement, and health costs. Individuals, parents and governments are increasingly concerned about the ... Read More

  8. Diabetic Eye Disease: Anti-VEGF Treatment

    Dr. Devinder Chauhan | 28 June 2016

    Many types of lasers have been used over the years to treat diabetic eye disease, however increasingly, ophthalmologists are turning to intravitreal anti-VEGF injections. Presented here is a summary of findings and applications from studies into the treatment ... Read More

  9. ic100 Hand-held Tonometer

    mivision | 28 June 2016

    A decade after Icare revolutionised the screening of intraocular pressure with its successful hand held tonometer, the Finnish company has announced a major update of its flagship product. The ic100 tonometer sports a new ergonomic design and features to... Read More

  10. Iridex Micropulse Treatment for Diabetic...

    mivision | 28 June 2016

    Iridex, a leading laser manufacturer and researcher in laser applications, has added to its product range with micropulse ready lasers that are available in three wavelengths – 810nm, 577nm and 532nm – and can successfully treat retinal disease... Read More

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