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Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics, Business and Innovation, Cornea / Ocular Surface, Refractive

Reinventing Patient Care

sponsored by Topcon Healthcare

Keeping pace with the ophthalmic industry’s ever-changing landscape, Topcon Healthcare offers the latest integrated solutions, including advanced multimodal imaging, vendorneutral data management, and groundbreaking remote diagnostic technology. The company’s two most recent innovations are MYAH – for myopia and dry eye management and Chronos – for refraction and visual acuity testing. MYAH is ideally suited to combat the increasing prevalence of both myopia and dry eye disease. Its versatility and ease of use allow eye care professionals to build a myopia service within their practice, educate patients on the implications of myopia and dry eye disease, manage their patients’ conditions, and grow their service offerings.

MYAH combines optical biometry, corneal topography, pupillometry, meibomian gland imaging, and tear film analysis into a single compact, easy-to-use instrument. It also integrates progression reports to analyze treatment efficacy and a comprehensive suite of dry eye assessment tools.

Additionally, MYAH features contact lens fitting software with a database of conventional RGP and ortho-K lenses. And from a patient satisfaction point of view, MYAH allows for rapid capture.

But don’t take our word for it; thanks to its versatility, innovation and ease of use, MYAH recently received the Silmo d’Or Award in the Material/Equipment category.

As if that wasn’t enough, Topcon Healthcare is proud to have developed the only all-in-one, fully-automated, binocular refraction system on the market. It features the all new SightPilot®, the guided refraction system that combines autorefraction, keratometry, and subjective refraction. Chronos offers significant space savings while combining both subjective and objective refraction using binocular testing protocols for a more natural exam. The SightPilot® software guides operators through the entire process with a simple user interface and on-screen prompts at each step. Subjective tests include visual acuity charts, red-green comparison, cylinder axis adjustment, binocular balancing, and near addition charts.

The number of patients requiring comprehensive eye care is quickly outpacing the number of providers. Eye care professionals must find ways to see more patients. Chronos reduces the number of conventional refraction lanes and additional refractometers needed and it is optimized for understanding and efficient workflow, facilitating delegation when required.

Please note that MYAH is not currently available in the US.

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