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Healio OSN Video Perspective: Virtual Reality nGoggle Technology

During the Glaucoma 360: New Horizons Forum, Dr. Felipe Medeiros (Duke University) discussed the development of nGoggle, a novel device that merges virtual reality goggle technology with electroencephalogram technology to help assess visual function.

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New E-learning: SPECTRALIS Basics – Software Operation and Image Acquisition

We are pleased to present you a new educational offering of the Heidelberg Engineering Academy: Get to know all the basics about SPECTRALIS® software operation and image acquisition in the new interactive video tutorial!

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Does Image Matter in Glaucoma?

Image Matters!

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Heidelberg Engineering Academy Holds First SPECTRALIS Training Course at US Headquarters

On Saturday, December 9th, the Heidelberg Engineering Academy held its inaugural training course at its US headquarters in Franklin, Massachusetts. The course represented the official launch of the Heidelberg Engineering Academy in the United States.

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New Handout "Retinal Layers": All at a glance!

Our new handout "Retinal Layers" is designed to give you and your staff members a clear guide to support your everyday work.

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Join Us at Heidelberg’s US Headquarters - SPECTRALIS Hands-On Operator Course

Heidelberg Engineering is excited to announce an upcoming accredited training opportunity for SPECTRALIS users at its US Headquarters in Franklin, MA.

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Study shows time savings of close to 25% with SPECTRALIS OCT2 Module

When it comes to clinical workflow, the rate at which patients move through the clinic from arrival to exit is a key factor in determining both the quality of the patient experience and the financial efficiency of the practice.

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Dr. Massimo Fazio receives 2017 Xtreme Research Award

Heidelberg, Germany – Massimo Fazio, PhD, a biomechanics and mechanobiology researcher at the Department of Ophthalmology in the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) received the award at an event held by Heidelberg Engineering during ARVO’s Annual Meeting in Baltimore.

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