The optiScope is a monocular ophthalmoscope with a large examination range for opticians and optometrists. Through photo documentation of the pupil, which is illuminated with infrared light, it enables a quick, but above all relaxed examination for media opacities or abnormal reflexes.
After placing the optiScope on the patient's eye, the pupil is illuminated with infrared light and a photo is saved on the USB stick. This photo can be assessed without time pressure and saved in the patient file for documentation.
The images of the red reflex test can be documented and handed over to the patient. Printing or sending the photo documentation in PDF format encourages patients to visit the optician each year.
In a red reflex test, a light beam is projected into the eye and reflected by the retina. The light beam illuminates the central part of the cornea, the lens, the vitreous and the retina. After the measurement, the device displays the camera images of the illuminated pupils for analysis.
The market launch of the optiScope is planned for the second half of 2020 after CE marking. We are offering the first customers the optiScope at a special low introductory price.