The people facing the most barriers to receiving quality eye care are often those most vulnerable to preventable vision loss.
Traditional retinal cameras show only 15% of the retina. Optos ultra-widefield imaging shows virtually the entire retina, up to 82%, in a single capture. Assess more of the retina with Optos ultra-widefield imaging.
Reading Optos images for diabetic screening is a breeze. Image quality is far superior to our old cameras, and our staff finds it easier to use. Readability has increased substantially since we switched to Optos. Now we help more patients with less staff and provider frustration.
Beth Steele, OD
Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
We rely on Optos ultra-widefield devices for our retinal health screening program because they are easy to use, capture more retina, and deliver more usable images. The wide range of Optos products allow us to deliver the right technology to each primary care location.
Glenn Yiu, MD, PhD
Associate Professor, Ophthalmology
University of California, Davis
“I purchased the UWF Primary to ensure my patients have easy access to diabetic retinal exams. The clinical validation of ultra-widefield imaging gives us confidence that we are providing the highest standard of care. I recommend Optos to any clinician looking for a proven, turnkey solution for point of care diabetic retinopathy screening.”
Dr. Robert Tae Ha, MD
Internist in Garden Grove, CA and Fountain Valley, CA Affiliations- Garden Grove Medical Group, Center for Primary Care Hospital
Fountain Valley Regional Hospital & Medical Center, Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center.