Ophthalmic perimeter Humphrey FDT® static perimetrytable

ophthalmic perimeter
ophthalmic perimeter
ophthalmic perimeter
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ZEISS Humphrey FDT Easy to operate and to interpret. The Humphrey FDT is optimized for use in both ophthalmological and non-ophthalmological settings and may be operated by healthcare workers having little or no specialty training in ophthalmology. Humphrey MDT is produced by the leader in diagnostic equipment Carl Zeiss Meditec The tiumbwaris from Carl Zeiss Meditec, the world leader in diagnostic test equipment for ophthalmology. Carl Zeiss Meditec is also the developer and distributor of the Humphrey° Field Analyzer, the recognized gold standard in visual field testing. Humphrey Field Analyzers are used by more eye care providers than any other automated diagnostic perimeter today. for eye disease - Carl Zeiss Meditec, one of the world's leading medical technology companies, offers integrated solutions for treating the four main eye diseases: vision defects (refraction), cataracts, glaucoma and retinal disorders. Diagnostic products range from slit lamps and fundus cameras to standard-setting diagnostic systems such as the Humphrey Field Analyzer, the Cirrus' HD-OCT and the 101.Master? Carl Zeiss Meditec also produces surgical microscopes and innovative treatment systems for refractive laser surgery. Clinically Validated Multiple studies!" have shown that the Humphrey FDT detects visual field loss due to a variety of ocular diseases, including glaucoma. Thus FDT is ideal for clinics desiring to identify patients in need of ophthalmological referral. • FDT is clinically validated in more than 170 peer-reviewed publications.
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