Vision Screening

Plusoptixs Vision Screener

Being our 3rd generation plusoptiX Vision Screeners are supported by an impressive list of testimonials and published validation studies. It is designed to screen for refractive error, anisocoria and strabismus in children starting at age 6 months. Because it’s so easy to use it’s used by pediatricians, school nurses and Lions clubs alike. Vision Screening can be performed in any child because the only compliance needed is a short fixation of the camera. This fixation is provoked by a specially designed sound target, called a “warble” sound.

Features at a glance

Proven accuracy
Both eyes are screened simultaneously
Screening is performed from 3.3 feet (1 meter) away
A “pass” or “refer” screening result is displayed automatically
Screening takes 0.8 Seconds
Full range documentation options
Screening procedure
Performing a screening is simple, takes less than one second and can be performed by non-medical staff or volunteers. Start the camera by pulling the trigger, a sound attracts attention, capture both eyes in the white rectangle on screen and a measurement is performed automatically. Screening distance is 3.3 feet (1 meter) with a tolerance of +-2 inches (+- 5 centimeters). Screening results are displayed on screen immediately.
Screening results
Refraction, pupil sizes and corneal reflexes are measured and compared to age based referral criteria automatically. Referral criteria are:
Anisometropia – compares refraction of both eyes
Astigmatism – checks corneal irregularities
Hyperopia – checks farsightedness
Myopia – checks nearsightedness
Corneal reflexes – checks symmetric eye alignment
Anisocoria – compares pupil sizes of both eyes
If readings are within limits, a “pass” screening result is displayed. If one or more of the readings are outside of limits, a “refer” screening result is displayed. Screening results are displayed on screen immediately after a measurement is completed.
Screening documentation
Vision Screener plusoptiX S09 saves patient data and screening results in the internal database automatically. This database enables you to review all previous measurements of one child in a chronological order. For paper records or as a handout for parents, you are able to print the following documents:
a self adhesive label
a screen shot
a screening result
If your office uses Electronic Medical Records (EMR), you are able to connect the device to your computer network and import patient data and export screening results directly to your EMR.
When used in a pediatric or family practice, photoscreening with the S09 is reimbursable using CPT code 99174. In cases where insurance does not reimburse, most parents are comfortable paying and additional charge for this important service.

Depisteo VT1

Depisteo VT1 simplifies vision screening

Why choose Depisteo VT1 vision screener?
Depisteo VT1User friendly software and remote control
Adapted to the size of the patient
Adapted to wearers of progressive lenses
Choice of luminosity controlled by 16 white LEDs, for more precise results and to avoid premature ageing of the band
Automated, no intermediate button
Save the patients test results on a database/ print out the results
Computerized or remote-controlled solutions designed for your needs.
Lightweight and easy to transport, the Depisteo VT1 contains a large range of tests. With only 10 pounds and a convenient transportation handle, benefit your unit everywhere.
Screening session estimated from 2 to 4 minutes per patient. (depending of the configuration of the unit)
Enjoy our user friendly PC Control unit to create in a simple click a sequence according to the job category you want!

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