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Manufacturers of modern medical equipment make doctors happy with new high-tech devices which ensure more efficient operation for the entire medical facility. If you are an optometrist or an ophthalmologist, we recommend you to add an innovative device called phoroptor to the range of your instruments and ophthalmology equipment. It can become a robust replacement for the whole suitcase of lenses.
An ophthalmic phoroptor is a device used to measure refractive errors. Using this device in the daily practice, an ophthalmologist can easily determine the phoria delay, amplitude, and adaptation and assess their condition. Measuring horizontal and vertical vergences is another functional capability of the device.
The device is exactly as easy to use as a conventional lens kit. A phoroptor can change the lens at the right time, and that is another important advantage in favor of its utilization.
Experience has proven that this equipment greatly speeds up the patient examination process. Due to this, your ophthalmology office will be able to increase the number of patient visits per shift. Optometrists and ophthalmologists note that while using this instrument, errors are almost 100% excluded, prolonging the lens operational life.
In general, a phoroptor provides the following advantages:
ease of use;
examination time reduction;
eyesight subjective assessments register.
Manufacturers produce several types of phoroptors:
1. Mechanical. They are controlled manually, and an ophthalmologist actively participates in the examination process.
2. Electronic. They are operated using a remote control unit and possess a number of advantages compared to their mechanical counterparts:
faster lenses switching;
full automation of examination processes;
ability to transfer data within a single optometric system.
The device price and ophthalmological clinic or office patient capacity significantly influence the choice of a suitable model. For example, for medical institutions with little capacity, mechanical phoroptors will do. However, if you own a specialized ophthalmology clinic, you will need a computerized device. In addition, while choosing a device, we recommend you to focus on:
built-in printer availability;
high-quality illumination (allows testing in near proximity);
screen size (it should be at least 5 inches);
casing inclination technical features;
ergonomics, dimensions, and mobility.
If you are looking for quality and certified medical equipment, we recommend you to contact the Bimedis portal. We offer a wide range of new and used phoroptors at a favorable cost. Sellers and buyers from different parts of the world place their sale and purchase offers on our trading platform.