March Issue, 2020 IN THE NEWS The Teller Acuity Cards Are Effective in Detecting Amblyopia Detection of amblyopia in infants and toddlers is difficult because the current clinical standard for this age group, fixation preference, is inaccurate. Although grating acuity represents an alternative, studies of preschoolers and schoolchildren report that it is not equivalent to … Continue reading March, 2020 – The Teller Acuity Cards Are Effective in Detecting Amblyopia
April, 2020- Lighthouse ETDRS Charts provide normative and comparison data for children in Retinopathy study of Prematurity.
April Issue, 2020 VISUAL DIFFERENCE Lighthouse ETDRS Charts provide normative and comparison data for children in Retinopathy study of Prematurity. Subjects were tested monocularly using Lighthouse Early Treatment and Diabetic Retinopathy Study distance and near ETDRS visual acuity charts and Pelli-Robson contrast sensitivity charts, with refractive error corrected according to Cryotherapy for Retinopathy of Prematurity … Continue reading April, 2020- Lighthouse ETDRS Charts provide normative and comparison data for children in Retinopathy study of Prematurity.
May Issue, 2020 IN THE NEWS Vision Rehabilitation is Part of AMD Care – Dr. August Colenbrander Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) does not just affect the retina. It severely affects people’s lives. Paying attention to this aspect will only become more important as the population ages and more otherwise healthy individuals become affected. This … Continue reading May, 2020 – AMD & Vision Rehabilitation
July Issue, 2020 IN THE NEWS Digital Acuity & E-ETDRS “Standardization of visual acuity measurement is essential for accurate monitoring of the response to treatment in individual patients and in clinical trials. By consensus of experts, the Early Treatment for Diabetic Retinopathy (ETDRS) logMAR charts have become the gold standard for adult visual acuity testing” … Continue reading July, 2020 – Digital Acuity & E-ETDRS
February Issue, 2020 VISUAL DIFFERENCE All Eyes On 2020! Focusing On Future Eye Care Professionals! Precision Vision is committed to making a difference to University Professors & Students in Vision Related Studies. Students with Nicole Ross, Associate Professor of Optometry at New England College of Optometry enjoy using the conversion card generously provided by Precision … Continue reading February, 2020- February, 2020- All Eyes On 2020! Focusing On Future Eye Care Professionals!
January Issue, 2020 IN THE NEWS New prism is 94% more accurate than the legacy method. The CATS prism, which received 510(k) clearance in March 2018, fits onto any existing Goldmann or Perkins tonometer without need for recalibration or alteration in measurement technique or interpretation. Designed to overcome IOP measurement errors due to patient variability … Continue reading January, 2020- Taking Tonometry Into the 21st Century
December Issue, 2019 IN THE NEWS Precision Vision Launches the Balsam Alabdulkader-Leat (BAL) chart for Measuring Near Visual Acuity in Arabic Precision Vision has announced the availability of the BAL chart – a continuous text near visual acuity chart in Arabic. It is designed for testing reading performance and the smallest print legible in patients … Continue reading December, 2019- Arabic Continuous Text Near Visual Acuity
November Issue, 2019 IN THE NEWS American Academy of Ophthalmology Weighs in on Malpractice Risk: Retinal Detachment “When we look at the clinical categories of diagnostic error, retina claims far exceed all other types in both number and percentage,” said Dr. Menke, Ophthalmic Mutual Insurance Company (OMIC) patient safety manager, who is based in San … Continue reading November, 2019- Retinal Detachment – Protect Your Patients & Yourself!
PV Launches Newly Redesigned Web Site There is an old saying that if something is not broken, don’t fix it. At Precision Vision, we are proud to say that if something is not broken, make it even better.
Eye on Vision August 2015 Newsletter In this Issue Watch Eye on Vision’s August Intro Video featuring Jessica Kopidlansky As summer turns to fall, conference season is upon us again. Watch our Fall Conference Preview Video Precision Vision looks to make a visible difference in Illinois elementary school children In a follow-up to last month’s … Continue reading August 2015
Eye on Vision June 2015 Newsletter In this issue Watch the Eye on Vision Intro Video featuring Jessica Kopidlansky In this month’s “Behind The Test” article we feature an interview with Michele Klein, President of Jasper Ridge, Inc. makers of the LuxIQ In our fourth edition of “Ask PV” Dr August Colenbrander fields a question … Continue reading June 2015
Eye on Vision July 2015 Newsletter In the Issue Watch Eye on Vision’s Intro Video Featuring Jessica Kopidlansky In this month’s “Behind the Test” video we feature Dr. Gordon Legge, Developer of the MNREAD Chart as he discusses the development, application and next steps for the popular Reading Test This month’s “Ask Precision Vision” looks … Continue reading July 2015
Eye on Vision May 2015 Newsletter In this issue: Jessica Kopidlansky previews this month’s edition (video) President Ed Kopidlansky shares his thoughts about the 2015 ARVO Gathering in Denver Drs. Legge and Massof receive prestigious award from The Helen Keller Foundation Check out interesting facts about the eye in Celebration of Healthy Vision Month Another … Continue reading May 2015
Eye on Vision April 2015 Newsletter In this issue: See our ARVO preview video Check out our new section: “Ask Precision Vision” Important information on reordering ETDRS Cabinet replacement bulbs The passing of a Low Vision Icon Dr. Hoggat and the Mackinneys return from Nepal This Month in Eye on Vision Video [email protected] Back … Continue reading April 2015
In this Issue Our newest product video on the 930 Illuminator Cabinet 500 Shades of Grey? Check out our healthy obsession with different shades of grey The Radner Reading Chart; a highly standardized, multi-lingual reading test system
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.
Eye on Vision December 2014 Newsletter In this holiday issue A special holiday greeting from our team! Special offer from LuxIQTM Product Showcase: The ETDRS Illuminator Cabinet Snellen Eye Test Charts Interpretation
Eye on Vision November 2014 Newsletter In this issue PV AAOpt Academy 2014 Preview New lighting diagnostic technology to enhance your practice PV now carries Optec 5000 Vision Screening System A historical perspective on the Snellen Eye Chart
Eye On Vision October 2014 Newsletter In this issue PV partners with Luxottica to help screen eyes of children across Australia & New Zealand Going to AAO, make sure to visit us at booth 147-148 PV awarded new contract with the VA To Jaeger or not to Jaeger, the debate on using Jaeger notations. New … Continue reading October 2014
Eye on Vision September 2014 Newsletter In this issue Download our newest e-book: Best Kept Secrets of Planning and Conducting a Successful International Clinical Trial What do Mary Tyler Moor, Prince and Precision Vision all have in common? Watch the video to find out. PV Supports Medical Mission to Nigeria Could time outdoors raise Cataract … Continue reading September 2014
Eye on Vision August 2014 Newsletter In this issue Download our most popular e-book: Introduction to Visual Acuity Measurement Special Envision Conference invitation Decorative contact lenses may cause eye damage Study shows correlation between nearsightedness and education Senior care; Preventing depression from Age-Related Vision Loss
Eye on Vision July 2014 Newsletter In this issue Teller Acuity Cards® II – test Pediatric visual acuity without a verbal response REBIscan is building a better mousetrap for diagnosing “lazy eye” in kids McGill doctors find new method to treat blindness A start up you should know about: BetterDoctor.com Novartis, Google to develop contact lenses … Continue reading July 2014
Eye on Vision June 2014 Newsletter In this issue Telemedicine detects eye problems, but doctors must prepare for more patients Glaucoma may be a brain desease rather than an eye one Poor grades explained by vision problems: College of Optometrists in Vision Development offers hope to parents of struggling readers Making artificial vision look more … Continue reading June 2014
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Welcome to Eye on Vision, the new monthly newsletter from Precision Vision Each month we will bring you the latest industry news, trends product reviews and study results from across the globe along with interviews from some of the leading experts in the field.