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EpiGlare Binocular Phoropter Kit

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Description

EpiGlare Binocular Phoropter Kit includes:

  • EpiGlare Unit (2)
  • Versatile Mounting Bracket (2)
  • Rechargeable Batteries (4)
  • Charger (2)

 

 

Key Benefits

Documents glare disability without leaving refracting lane
Allows examiner to test at the phoropter with best corrected vision

Three levels for glare testing                                                                                                                                                                                  Switch easily between intensity settings

Patented LED array
Designed to simulate glare from oncoming headlights

Tests night vision
Poor visual acuity while driving at night is a key complaint of cataract patients

Standard procedure makes testing accurate and reproducible
Allows documenting results with minimal training

Offers binocular glare testing option
Models include binocular and single eye units for manual phoropters and a handheld version

Easy to install and use
Versatile mounting bracket, handle and base allows the EpiGlare to adapt to practice workflow

Long battery life
All devices offer over 9 hours run time per charge; eliminating the need to use valuable lane charging wells and handles

Smart power level feature
Power indicator light ensures every test is at the right power level

 

Documents glare disability efficiently

Cataracts are known to cause reduced vision and disabling glare. This is particularly significant for older patients driving an automobile at night. Lack of adequate documentation of this visual impairment in patients with cataracts may result in denial for coverage of cataract surgery from Medicare and private insurance companies. While many methods of glare documentation suffer from inconsistent light intensity and angle, the EpiGlare offers a standardized repeatable approach to measuring and documenting glare disability with best corrected vision.