i-Optics, a provider of eye diagnosis solutions, has introduced EasyScan to help diabetes patients from going blind in Europe.
EasyScan is a portable, zero-dilation retinal imaging system that utlizes scanning laser ophthalmoscope (SLO) technology for the diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, and glaucoma.
EasyScan also brings out clinical features in the retina in the earliest stages and can better penetrate media opacities such as cataract and corneal opacities.
EasyScan can image through pupils as small as 2mm.
EasyScan is also equipped with internal fixation lights which guide the patient’s gaze, enabling the operator to image both the central and nasal field quickly and comfortably.
EasyScan other benefits include live image previewing with the option to freeze the image on the computer screen, self-guiding software that eliminates the multitude of settings and controls required by fundus cameras, and automatic focusing.
i-Optics other products include Cassini which is a corneal topographer based on Color LED Topography and EyePrevent is a retinal-disease screening service for diabetic and other patients.