Zeiss has launched a new Humphrey Field Analyzer

HFA3 designed to accelerate clinic workflow

17 Aug 2015 by Robina Moss

The Humphrey Field Analyzer (HFA) has been the accepted standard of care in glaucoma diagnostics and management for more than 30 years. The new HFA3 from Zeiss is designed to accelerate clinic workflow, while delivering the same gold-standard testing strategies and test patterns.

The new model provides a streamlined and faster workflow with an array of features designed to save time with an intuitive new ‘SmartTouch’ interface, which reduces the number of steps required for the technician to start a perimetry examination.

The HFA3 makes test administration simpler, with an easy-to-use kinetic graphical user interface and full 180-degree field of view.

Zeiss believes that practitioners can gain peace of mind with the seamless transferability of legacy data from the HFA II and HFA II-i to the new HFA3.

The latest version upholds the Humphrey tradition of accuracy, according to Zeiss. Test results on the new platform are equal to, and interchangeable with, results from prior generations of the HFA, providing continuity in the ongoing care of patients.

The Forum Glaucoma Workplace also enabled practitioners to integrate the new HFA3 with the Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCT or Cirrus photo to produce combined structure and function reports in a single display.

The new model still delivers the tried and trusted analysis tools that a Humphrey is known for including the Visual Field Index (VFI), a simple and intuitive global index. Its most powerful application is Guided Progression Analysis (GPA), which trends VFI over time.

There is also the GPA Alert, a message that indicates whether statistically significant deterioration was identified in consecutive visits. The HFA3 also supports common file folder sharing used by most electronic medical record systems.

For more information, visit the Zeiss website

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