Humphrey HFA II-i Visual Field Analyzer

Validated by more than 30 years of research, design and clinical experience, the Humphrey® Field Analyzer (HFA™) is the accepted standard of care in glaucoma diagnosis and management. With over 65,000 installed units worldwide, the HFA is the premier automated visual field analyzer.
 
RTA5 - Retinal Thickness Analyzer


The RTA5 represents a new perspective in diagnostic imaging. It is the first system which integrates high speed scanning laser ophthalmoscopy (SLO) with high resolution digital fundus imaging for early detection, diagnosis, and progression analysis of pathology involving the macula, perimacular regions, optic nerve head, and peripapillary regions of the retina.

The highly versatile RTA5 delivers comprehensive diagnosis of glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, age related macular degeneration, and many other retinal pathologies – with speed, accuracy, and an intuitive user interface. Patients and practices benefit from RTA5 capabilities.

-Early detection, diagnosis and follow up of diabetic retinopathy, age related macular degeneration and glaucoma.
-Retinal thickness, optic nerve head topography, high resolution digital imaging, dynamic 3-D anatomy imaging - all in one instrument.
- Automatic registration software using blood vessels for alignments, assures accuracy of follow up results.
-Vision Wellness examination to further define your practice as a primary, preventative eye care facility

Pachymeter PalmScan P2000


Corneal thickness is important because it can mask an accurate reading of eye pressure, causing doctors to treat you for a condition that may not really exist or to treat you unnecessarily when are normal. Actual IOP may be underestimated in patients with thinner corneas, and overestimated in patients with thicker corneas.

Woodlyn Genesis Vision Charts


- 19 inch LCD displays
- all digital, clear display of chart letters, no fading like older slide projectors
- quick rotation between different charts (saves patient time)

Humphrey Matrix Visual Field Test


The Matrix visual field machine uses the latest technology in visual fields testing. It detects visual field defects in the visual pathway. Visual fields testing is important because it helps Dr. Jankowski OD detect any defects in your visual field. Defects may indicate systemic and ocular diseases.

Haag-Streit Slit Lamp (superior optics)

Offering more versatility and durability than ever before

Our slit lamps boast long lifetimes and feature groundbreaking technology. Unlike others, our main goal is to not just get the job done. With a guaranteed precise measurement, advantages are endless. Delivering faultless precision in both shape and movement, it is an engineering masterpiece.

More comfortable slit lamp exams for your patients

Our slit lamps offer many benefits to make the operation easier on you and your patient. We have made sure that our equipment guarantees a safe and comfortable environment. We know that during an operation, time produces fatigue and anxiety. But with adjustable eyepieces to all papillary distances, we promise a surprisingly relaxed examination. You get more observation with less hassle. Haag-Streit allows ease of access for patients and techniques which are ideal for imaging.

Maximum precision and ergonomic design

Haag-Streit technology represents the type of advancements needed for a hassle free operation. With a wider interpupillary dioptic range and field of view, the slit lamp offers you more flexibility. Also, each slit lamp features the Cross Slide Mechanism. This patented joystick makes it possible for you to easily control all horizontal and vertical movement. Movement is made easy and fluent with seamless design. As with all Haag–Streit slit lamps, a Goldmann tonometer may be added to the system. It is the gold standard in IOP measurement.
 

Amniotic bandage lens

 

The amniotic biologic corneal bandage is designed to help heal and protect the inflamed surface of the eye. Approved by the FDA, the amniotic corneal bandage is an anti-inflammatory used to reduce pain, minimize scarring and promote healing. The

amniotic
corneal bandage consists of a segment of amniotic membrane tissue fitted between two clear, flexible rings. The amniotic membrane, which is found within the human placenta, is donated by women who have been medically screened and have provided consent after a cesarean-section childbirth. The amniotic membrane is cryopreserved and saved in a tissue bank regulated by the FDA.

A
mniotic
biologic corneal bandage protects the surface of the eye from external irritants, relieving pain and promoting healing. The
amniotic
bandage is placed on the eye by a physician and patients should not remove it unless otherwise instructed. It is similar to a contact lens in shape, but slightly thicker, so some patients experience discomfort during a short adjustment period.

Treatment option may be used in patients with the following conditions:
Corneal erosion
Keratitis
Ocular herpes
Severe dry eye syndrome
Other corneal disorders