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Vision Screening
The purpose is early detection of the most prevalent vision disorders in children

The purpose of a Plusoptix vision screening device is to empower primary health care providers to detect most prevalent vision disorders in children as early as possible. Plusoptix vision screening is possible starting at the age of 5 months and meets the guidelines of AAP Policy statement.

Plusoptix devices are eligible for CPT Code 99177 reimbursement (for Pediatricians) and LCIF Grant Funding (for Lions Clubs).

AccurateAward-winningReliableCompatible
  • Optimal illumination through a 54 LED strong flashlight
  • Accurate, scientifically validated measurement algorithm
  • High resolution photos to detect media opacities
  • Multiply awarded for extra ergonomic and child-friendly product designreddot award 2014 winnerGerman Design Award Winner 2017
  • Specialist for binocular Vision Screener since 2001
  • Development and manufacturing at the headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany – "Made in Germany"
  • No maintenance or calibration required
  • 1-year hassle-free warranty (warranty extensions are available for purchase)
  • Enduring free software updates
  • Plusoptix infrared light is totally harmless to the child's eyes
Accurate
  • Optimal illumination through a 54 LED strong flashlight
  • Accurate, scientifically validated measurement algorithm
  • High resolution photos to detect media opacities
 
Award-winning
  • Multiply awarded for extra ergonomic and child-friendly product design
    reddot award 2014 winnerGerman Design Award Winner 2017
 
Reliable
  • Specialist for binocular Vision Screener since 2001
  • Development and manufacturing at the headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany – "Made in Germany"
  • No maintenance or calibration required
  • 1-year hassle-free warranty (warranty extensions are available for purchase)
  • Enduring free software updates
  • Plusoptix infrared light is totally harmless to the child's eyes
 
Compatible

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  • Simultaneous measurement of both eyes (binocular)
  • Measurement from one meter distance
  • Measurement in less than one second
  • Measurement in undilated pupils
Vision Screener S12C

plusoptiX S12C – Mobile Vision Screener

  • Designed to be used between multiple exam rooms in one office location and/or various locations
  • WLAN interface for connection to Electronic Medical Record is available
Vision Screener S16

plusoptiX S16 – Vision Screener

  • Designed for a stationary use
  • LAN/WLAN interface for connection to Electronic Medical Record is available
Vision Screener S12R

plusoptiX S12R – Mobile Vision Screener

  • Designed to be used between multiple exam rooms in one office location and/or various locations
  • No WLAN interface for connection to Electronic Medical Record is available
Vision Screener S16

plusoptiX S16 – Vision Screener

  • Designed for a stationary use
  • LAN/WLAN interface for connection to Electronic Medical Record is available
Vision Screener S12C

plusoptiX S12C – Mobile Vision Screener

  • Designed to be used between multiple exam rooms in one office location and/or various locations
  • WLAN interface for connection to Electronic Medical Record is available
Vision Screener S12R

plusoptiX S12R – Mobile Vision Screener

  • Designed to be used between multiple exam rooms in one office location and/or various locations
  • No WLAN interface for connection to Electronic Medical Record is available

Screening results

Plusoptix Vision Screening devices provide reliable measurement values of:

  • Full refraction recording, i.e. sphere, cylinder, and axis for follow-up examination
  • Pupil diameter and pupil distance
  • Symmetry of corneal reflexes

With these measurement values it is possible to detect e.g. following most prevalent childhood vision disorders that may lead to the development of amblyopia (lazy eye) including:

  • Hyperopia (farsightedness)
  • Myopia (nearsightedness)
  • Astigmatism (blurred vision)
  • Anisometropia (unequal refractive power)
  • Anisocoria (unequal pupil size)
  • Strabismus (Eye misalignment)
  • Media opacities (e.g. cataracts or corneal scars)

With the determined measurement values compared to age specific thresholds, a “Pass” or “Refer” vision screening result is displayed. Children with a “Refer” result need to be sent to an eye care professional for an eye examination.

  • Result page "Camera image"
    Result page "Camera image"
  • Result page "Measurement values"
    Result page "Measurement values"
  • Result page "Database"
    Result page "Database"
  • Screening report
    Screening report
  • Self-adhesive label printed with plusoptix P12
    Self-adhesive label printed with plusoptix P12
  • Comparison of color photo and the Plusoptix result page "Camera image"
    Comparison of color photo and the Plusoptix result page "Camera image"
  • Comparison of color photo and the Plusoptix result page "Camera image"
    Comparison of color photo and the Plusoptix result page "Camera image"
  • The high quality of the Plusoptix camera image enables an user to identifiy media opacities within the pupil.
    The high quality of the Plusoptix camera image enables an user to identifiy media opacities within the pupil.

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