Test for the primary vision disorder in children, refractive error, with this child-friendly unit that engages youngsters, puts them at ease, and requires minimal cooperation. Five-second, automatic test makes patient compliance easier.
Lights and sounds engage child's attention.
Measures and indicates abnormal readings automatically. No provider interpretation required.
Operates at a nonthreatening 14" (35 cm) distance.
Minimal cooperation is necessary, making it equally effective for children, disabled patients and those with a language barrier.
Screens for common vision problems, including near- and farsightedness (myopia/hyperopia), astigmatism (asymmetrical focus) and anisometropia (unequal power between eyes)
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