- Retinal Cameras/Retinal Cameras
Retina care is a significant part of many eye care practices; many practices see patients of varying degrees of ocular health, while some focus primarily on specific subspecialties, including vitreoretinal health. Complaints of decreases in acuity, distorted vision, visual snow, and floaters are all common in the office and can be directly related to the health of the retina. Whether your practice has patients with macular conditions scheduled a few times a day or the schedule is nothing but retinal cases, being able to examine and assess each patent properly is critical to their health and their vision. With macular degeneration and retinopathies, like diabetic retinopathy or hypertensive retinopathy, being prevalent in many patients all over the globe, imaging with the right fundus camera is essential. Retinal cameras can document and track changes within the eye and attach the images to individual patient records for future retrieval, whether it is in four weeks, four months, or four years. Finding the right retinal camera for your office can be a challenge, but the sales professionals at US Ophthalmic are available to help with all of your diagnostic suite needs. US Ophthalmic offers a wide array of fundus cameras for in-depth, high-definition imaging of the macula to wide-angle pictures that capture more retina in just one shot. All of our cameras have been expertly designed with both the patient and the photographer in mind for photo clarity and effortless usability. Auto-tracking, auto-focusing, and auto-shooting make retinal imaging a snap, and non-mydriatic capabilities help get cleaner images on smaller pupils when dilation is out of the question. There are retinal camera options to fit every office budget, fit any space, and meet a multitude of tech specs to take the best pictures for your patients’ records.