New imaging device 'to enhance clinical workflow'
Haag-Streit UK launches its Fundus Module 300 that fits on its slit lamp in seconds
Haag-Streit (HS-UK) has launched its new Fundus Module 300 (FM 300) imaging device.
The ‘FM 300’ enables the integration of non-mydriatic retinal imaging into a regular slit lamp examination, which enhances clinical workflow according to the company.
The device has been designed to be simple to use and can be mounted on a HS-UK slit lamp in seconds.
HS-UK is highlighting that the compact fundus-imaging solution provides high-quality retinal images that can rival those of a fundus camera, making it very cost efficient.
Images can be immediately transferred to the EyeSuite software, allowing easy documentation, which is said by the company to increase the quality and accuracy of referrals.
HS-UK product manager, Sam Laidlaw, said: “The ‘FM 300’ is an exciting addition to the HS-UK portfolio. It allows users of all Haag-Streit slit lamps to access simple and instant documentation of the retina, enhancing and extending the functionality of the slit lamp.”
For more information, visit the Haag-Streit UK website.