Posts filed under: Ophthalmic

5 Most Important Features to Consider When Buying a Slit Lamp

Coburn recommends looking into these five important factors to be considered when researching slit lamps – illumination, magnification power, slit width/length, filter capabilities and light source. Whether you’re in the market for a new slit lamp, or upgrading from an […]

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What You Need to Know About Slit Lamps

The Slit Lamp: What You Need to Know A slit lamp instrument is an ophthalmologist’s valued collaborator when it comes to up-close and personal views into the eyeball. The setup combines a powerful biomicroscope with a pivoting illuminator — the […]

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Advantages of Adding a Camera to Your Slit Lamp

Advantages of Adding a Camera to Your Slit Lamp Slit lamps are becoming ubiquitous in optometrist and ophthalmologist offices. This piece of equipment provides eye doctors with a detailed, up-close view of the eyeball, and the fine detail allows detection […]

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6 Things to Consider When Buying Ophthalmic Lane Equipment

Whether you are replacing your old ophthalmic lane equipment or starting fresh, it’s important to evaluate a few important areas to figure out which equipment best fits your needs. Of course there are plenty of concerns to think about, but […]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of a Non-Mydriatic Fundus Camera

With the right retinal camera, ophthalmologists can more accurately diagnose and treat diseases of the eye. A retinal camera, or fundus camera, allows practitioners to view the retina in deeper detail and store results for further study and comparison. More […]

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