PalmScan VF2000 Visual Field Analyzer
The PalmScan VF2000 Visual Field Analyzer is a revolutionary advancement in visual field testing. This battery operated and fully portable system, allows users to perform Screening and Full Threshold visual field tests on patients in any setting. Whether your patient is pediatric, disabled or even bedridden, the new “Fast Threshold – Interactive” algorithm promptly performs a threshold test and evaluates the patient’s vision within a few minutes. The system is completely independent of any ambient light, which eliminates the need for a dark room or eye patch to occlude the fellow eye. Furthermore, the Visual field test can be performed with white, red, green or blue stimulus against black or yellow backgrounds for additional perspective on your patient’s vision. The Automated Statistical Trend analysis will automatically assess the progression of field defects on every threshold test report. In addition, the GHT algorithm will analyze the report and help the physician identify abnormal test outcomes.
The Future of Visual Field testing
- No Need For Dedicated Dark Room
- No Need For Trial Lenses On Majority Of Patients
- Fully Sanitizable Between Patients
- No Need To Patch The Fellow Eye
- Measure Any Patient Anywhere
- Increased Your Office Revenue
- Disposable And Protective Facemasks
Increase your revenue with the PalmScan VF2000 Visual Field Analyzer
The compact VF2000 allows you to screen patients who are unable to easily come into your office. This ability not only increases your office revenue but enables you to send your technician, with this system, to any local nursing home and perform full threshold Glaucoma screenings on your patients there. Patients of various kinds and locations can now be easily tested and treated. You will also qualify for the ADA tax credit due to the ability of this device, which will greatly reduce the amount of money contributed to your investment. In addition, the VF2000 aids you in eliminating the expenses associated with space needed for the traditional systems which require a dedicated room.