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Learn how to optimize the use of SPECTRALIS in your glaucoma practice and how to identify masqueraders that often get mistakenly treated as glaucoma.Read more
During the webinar, Dr. Csaky presented four case presentations showcasing the value of OCTA imaging in clinical practice.Read more
In this peer-reviewed long term, prospective study of patients with intermittent multiple sclerosis published in the Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology, SPECTRALIS OCT was used to image inner retinal layers with the authors noting, “OCT has potential to estimate rates of neurodegeneration in the retina and brain.”Read more
Neuro-ophthalmologist Dr. Robert (Bob) Sergott discusses with Healio| OSN the clinical value of MultiColor fundus imaging with SPECTRALIS® at the annual American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in New Orleans, LA.Read more
Dr. Vakharia (Retina Vitreous Associates of Florida) educates on how a combination of Multimodal diagnostic imaging can demystify challenging cases and increase clinical confidence.Read more
A new case presentation in the American Journal of Ophthalmology Case Reports provides additional evidence on how ANTERION® images can make a difference in clinical diagnosis and follow-up.Read more
In the article “Managing diabetic eye disease eased with repeatable, high-quality imaging” recently published in Modern Retina, Dr. David Eichenbaum highlights various SPECTRALIS multimodal imaging platform features and their benefits in managing diabetic eye disease. He delves into the importance of having dependable and consistent imaging capability within the retina practice.Read more
An article in Ophthalmology Times by Dr. Caesar Luo overviews considerations for sustainable DME management options during the everchanging COVID-19 healthcare landscape, with an emphasis on the backlog caused by patients’ reluctance to visit clinics during the pandemic. It includes an interesting case study imaged using a SPECTRALIS OCT.Read more
The Log4Shell gap is a global security risk that affects a commonly used Java logging library (Log4j). We are pleased to inform you that no Heidelberg Engineering product is affected by the Log4j vulnerability, this includes products designed and manufactured by our subsidiaries, MedicalCommunications and Medisoft.Read more
With the introduction of an innovative new technology, SPECTRALIS® users will be able to choose the most suitable OCT scan speed for each individual patient. Standard presets ensure an efficient workflow, while practitioners are flexible to modify the OCT acquisition speed to strike the ideal balance between speed and image quality.Read more