February 2015

Eye on Vision February 2015 Newsletter

In this issue

 

  • Product Showcase: IReST – The tool for evidence-based procedure.
  • The Story Behind Patti Pics – The Vision Testing System that Changed the Pediartic Landscape
  • Tell us what you think! Give us your opinion and get a 5% discount on your next order.

 

 

 

 

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IReST- The tool for evidence-based procedure

The IReST Reading Test was developed to fill a need for standardized texts to assess reading performance, for multiple equivalent texts, for repeated measurements, and for texts equated across languages for multi-language studies. 
Our latest video introduces you to the test and why it is the tool for evidence-based procedure.

The Story Behind Patti Pics

The Vision Testing System that Changed the Pediatric Landscape

Patti Pics™ were introduced in 2003 as an improved test for vision screening and testing of pediatric and adult patients where universal symbols and matching may serve the process better than letters or other symbols. They were developed following the Snellen principal of 1862, the recommended standard for optotype design. They are also the only symbol test of its type with the stated objective of calibration targeted to equal Sloan letters used in the ETDRS charts. This uniformity is especially important when taking patients from symbols to letter tests. 

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Give Us Your Opinion and Get a 5% Discount on Your Next Web Order

As many of you know, in 2014 Precision Vision introduced its new website. This site was developed after a tremendous amount of work to make it easy to use and a source of some of the latest content in our field.  
While we feel we have done a good job of achieving these goals we really want to hear from you to learn what you think. We built it with you in mind and we’d love to hear from you

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