What’s New

For Your Patients and Practice


The Oculus’ ImageCam 3 image documentation system for slit lamps includes a camera that is 29 mm x 29 mm by 48 mm and weighs 47 g. Its USB 3 connection makes it possible to create videos of up to 130 pictures a second and have them available to view in the system’s software.

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SK-LS-1B, from Coburn Technologies, is a portable slit lamp. Key features: increased slit angle, one-hand operation, stronger LED illumination, iPhone adaptation and long-term operation with AA batteries.

→ Coburn Technologies


Miru 1month, from Menicon, is a monthly replacement silicone hydrogel lens. It is available for patients who have myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia. It utilizes MeniSilk and Nanogloss proprietary technologies.

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VisoPOCKET, from Eschenbach Optik of America Inc., is a folding magnifier with an ultra-thin lens. It offers 2.4 times magnification, or 6.00 D, and a leather case. Its large, 2.9 in by 1.9 in, diffractive aspheric lens provides a wide field of view.

→ Eschenbach


Revenue Cycle Edge, from MedTek, is a revenue cycle optimization solution. The software features workflows for the entire revenue cycle process for healthcare leaders.

→ MedTek


ABB Optical Group’s specialty lens lab has been approved by Contamac to manufacture GP contact lenses in the Optimum line of GP materials with Tangible Hydra-PEG surfaced coating technology.

Maxim Toric PC, from AccuLens, trial sets have been available since Jan. 1. The company now offers Maxim 12 lens set in 15.9 mm and 16.4 mm diameters with +/-200 um toricity.

Vyzulta, from Nicox, a latanoprostene bunod ophthalmic solution 0.024% for the treatment of open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension, has been approved in Canada. Bausch + Lomb is the exclusive global licensee for Vyzulta, which received approval in the U.S. in November 2017.

Tangible Hydra-PEG, from Tangible Science, is a coating applied to custom contact lenses to improve lens wettability and deposit resistance and has been cleared by the FDA when applied, in a modified form, to a disposable silicone hydrogel contact lens.

Topcon Medical Systems has added 20 GB of free storage on its Cloud platform with purchase of Maestro SD-OCT and Triton Swept Source OCT.

All information provided courtesy of the respective company.