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Radiofrequency Generators
Radiofrequency Therapy Systems, Tissue Ablation, Nerve Fiber
Radiofrequency Therapy Systems, Tissue Ablation, Ophthalmic
Radiotherapy Systems, Proton Beam
Radius Gauges, Contact Lens
Reading Aids
Reading Aids, Video
Reading Aids, Video, Handheld
Recorders, Blu-Ray
Recorders, Digital Versatile Disk
Recorders, Physiologic, Electromyography/Evoked Potential
Recorders, Physiologic, Evoked Potential
Recorders, Physiologic, Evoked Potential, Visual
Recorders, Video
Recorders, Video, Hard Disk
Recorders, Video, Magneto-Optical Disk
Recorders, Video, Solid State Drive
Recorders, Video, Tape
Refractors, Ophthalmic
Refractors, Ophthalmic, Automated
Refractors, Ophthalmic, Manual
Retinometers
Retinoscopes
Retractors
Retractors, Surgical, Eye
Retractors, Surgical, Eye, Eyelid
Retractors, Surgical, Eye, Iris
Retractors, Surgical, Eye, Lacrimal Sac
Retractors, Surgical, Eye, Orbital
Retractors, Surgical, Multipurpose, Fiberoptic-Illuminated

The Complete Guide on Performing Diabetic Retinal Exams in Primary Care
Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness among working-age adults.This is a serious issue as the number of people living with diabetes increases, so does the number of people with impaired vision. This eBook provides more information on the benefits of integrating teleretinal exams into your primary care practice.
Early Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy in Primary Care Settings
Download our "Early Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy in Primary Care Settings" whitepaper, by Dr. Edward Chaum, M.D., PH.D., and see how you can achieve up to 90% diabetic retinal exam compliance in 12 months. What you'll learn: - Projections for DR in the U.S. to 2050 - How teleretinal imaging technology is changing the paradigm - Key benefits of DR exams in primary care settings for both patients and physicians
The Complete Guide on Performing Diabetic Retinal Exams in Primary Care
Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness among working-age adults.This is a serious issue as the number of people living with diabetes increases, so does the number of people with impaired vision. This eBook provides more information on the benefits of integrating teleretinal exams into your primary care practice.
Validation of the RetinaVue™ 100 Imager Handheld Fundus Camera for Teleretinal Imaging
Images can be captured quickly and easily using the RetinaVue 100 Imager by minimally experienced operators on a high percentage of patients in the working-age population.
What’s the difference between photo screening and visual acuity measurement?
Is instrument-based screening a reliable and accurate solution for detecting vision problems in children? Does instrument-based vision screening provide time savings for schools? Download the case study to learn more.