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Image Digitization Systems, Ophthalmic
Image Processors, Video, Operating Microscope
Information Systems
Information Systems, Data Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Physician Practice
Information Systems, Telemedicine
Information Systems, Telemedicine, Videoconferencing
Insufflators, Ophthalmic
Intracorneal Ring Implants
Intraocular Lens Inserters
Intravenous Hangers
Intravenous Hangers, Wall
Intravenous Poles
Knife Test Drums, Ophthalmic
Knives, Ophthalmic, Protective
Laser Delivery Systems
Laser Delivery Systems, Fiberoptic
Laser Delivery Systems, Waveguide
Lasers, Argon, Ophthalmic
Lasers, Argon/Krypton
Lasers, Argon/Krypton, Ophthalmic
Lasers, Diode, Ophthalmic
Lasers, Dye, Ophthalmic
Lasers, Er:YAG, Ophthalmic
Lasers, Excimer, Ophthalmic
Lasers, Excimer/Ho:YAG, Ophthalmic
Lasers, Gold Vapor

Put Your Best Hand Forward
We have all heard the expression “Put your best foot forward.” People rarely form impressions about our age and health by looking at our feet because they usually are covered by shoes. It is time for dermatologists to elevate their promotion of cosmetic treatment of the hands so patients can put their best hand forward.
577 nm Wavelength System Delivers Safety
While the original diode lasers had revolutionary capabilities when they debuted, the systems were somewhat problematic for patient comfort. The high wavelengths caused pain when near-infrared light would pass through blood and was absorbed by the RPE. This article discusses The Pascal Streamline 577 from Topcon Medical, a solid-state, yellow- wavelength system that gives surgeons full control over laser parameters.
Advances in Laser Technology for Photocoagulation
Laser photocoagulation is a mainstay of retinal practice, having been validated as an effective treatment for clinically significant macular edema associated with diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusions in landmark studies. This article discusses two important advances in laser photocoagulation technology and their impact on patient outcomes.
Standardizing Image Management
Abbreviated as DICOM, digital imaging and communications in medicine, is the process of handling, storing, printing and transmitting medical imaging. DICOM gives practices the ability to integrate images obtained from various devices into a picture archiving and communication system. This article describes how a DICOM compatible system can simplify many processes within a practice.
One Client's Story: From No Web Presence to First Page of Google Results
In three months, Dr. Szerlip went from NO online presence to the first page of Google results -- a feat which had taken his senior partner six years to accomplish.
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