Do you diagnose and manage glaucoma,
diabetic retinopathy, or optic neuritis?1-3
As the world leader in modern visual electrophysiology, Diopsys, Inc. has done more than any other company to advance the use of electroretinography (ERG) and visual evoked potential (VEP) in the eye care practice. The company’s unique, patented technology provides eye care professionals with objective, functional information about the health of the vision system to aid in the early detection of vision disorders, and post-treatment tracking for enhanced patient management. Results from these tests are not just for rare diseases, but also for the management of more common disorders like glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, optic neuritis, and retinal concerns obscured by media opacities.1-4
Three platforms. Complete visual electrophysiology suite.
We understand that not all eye care practices are the same. Therefore, we provide three unique platforms for our advanced suite of visual electrophysiology modules. The Diopsys® NOVA™ (cart), Diopsys® ARGOS™ (tabletop), and the Diopsys® RETINA PLUS™ (carry case) ERG and VEP Vision Testing Systems allow you to perform multiple visual electrophysiology tests right in your clinical practice. All with intuitive, clear test results that are color-coded based on documented reference ranges.
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The Diopsys® NOVA™ is an electrophysiology device that generates photic stimuli, and records, processes, and analyzes the resultant signals to provide information about the visual system. Diopsys Vision Testing Systems carry the CE mark; are FDA 510(k) cleared; and IEC 60601 Certified
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