Posts filed under: Ophthalmic

5 Great Reasons for Your Practice to Invest in Diagnostic Technology

By Frank Giammanco It’s a huge understatement to say that technology dominates our lives more thoroughly now than at any time within the last 20 years. From the Internet to smartphones technology plays a major role in our daily lives, […]

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OD Review: A Combination of Great Ideas, the Huvitz Series 7000/7500 Slit Lamp

by Robert Gerowitz, OD, FIAO What happens when you combine 5X, 10X, 16X, 25X, and 40X magnification with LED illumination, built-in Wratten, Cobalt blue, Red-free, Grey, and Heat absorption filters; slit rotation measurement, integration to shoot digital photos, and a […]

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6 Diseases Digital Retinal Imaging Can Help Detect Sooner

Digital retinal imaging, or fundus photography, offers detailed views of the retina, making it easier to detect disease. Early eye disease detection helps ensure that the proper treatment is put in place to hinder disease progression, or cure it all […]

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Performing Refractions in a Socially Distanced World

By Frank Giammanco As we all know, the practice of performing a refraction is one of the most intimate procedures an optometrist can perform. There are probably more instances of physical contact between OD and patient during the refraction process […]

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OD Review: Why I Bought the Huvitz HRK-9000A Autorefractor/Keratometer

Dr. Robert Gerowitz is an internationally recognized Optometrist and Orthokeratology specialist based out of Paladine, Illinois, and a long time customer of Coburn. Since 2000, he has been successfully managing progressive myopia in Chicago’s Northwest suburbs. In 1994, Dr. Gerowitz […]

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