Equipment manufacturer Topcon will showcase its complete range of equipment and furniture solutions during Optrafair next month (9–11 April, Birmingham NEC).
A number of optical coherence tomography (OCT) devices will be on display with the products on-stand, including the ‘Swept Source OCT’, ‘DRI OCT Triton’ and the ‘3D OCT-1 Maestro’, which Topcon states is “now even more affordable to anyone looking to upgrade or invest in OCT technology.”
Complementing its OCT portfolio, on display for practitioners will also be the ‘TRC-NW400’ retinal camera and the ‘TRK-2P’, a four-in-one device that offers objective refraction, keratometry, non-contact tonometry and pachymetry.
Director of medical sales for Topcon GB, Graham Trevor, said: “We are very excited to once again be showcasing the only posterior ‘Swept Source OCT’ on the market today, which utilises wavelength that penetrates through cataract, haemorrhage and other media opacities.”
He added: “One year since the launch of the ‘DRI OCT Triton’, the clinical applications of ‘Swept Source OCT’ continue to expand, with OCT angiography being just one of the new techniques.”
During the three-day trade show, a dedicated education area will feature Topcon’s educational arm, Topcon University, which will host a range of on-stand workshops that will be run by a number of the company’s clinical affairs team and associates.
To register for Topcon’s on-stand education sessions, email its events team.
Visit Topcon at Optrafair on stands P90, Q90 and R90.