Join us at EURETINA & ESCRS!

The 18th Congress of the European Society of Retina Specialists (EURETINA) will take place at the same time as the 36th ESCRS (European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons) Winter Meeting in Vienna, Austria.

 

 

Date: September 21 -25 2018

Location: Reed Messe Congress Centre

 

 

 

Want to speak with us? Find your local Topcon partner at Hall B, Stand #604.

More information will follow soon!

https://www.issoct.com/Press Release 3rd ISSOCT 2019

The 1st ISSOCT in Madrid in 2017 was a very succesful event.

For the 2nd ISSOCT in 2018 we welcomed more than 420 delegates over 40 countries in Paris.

 

To continue this impressive event a 3rd edition will be organized in Florida in 2019.

 

Please click here to find the official press release.

 

https://www.issoct.com/

 

Join our satellite meeting on Euretina

 

Learn more about the clinical applications of Swept Source OCT & Angiography in the Topcon satellite meeting at Euretina.

Title:     Swept Source OCT & Angiography: Clinical Advances and Applications
Date:    7 September 2017
Time:    13-14.00 hours
Where: Room 113

Seat are limited, make sure you are on time!

Moderator
Luis Arias Barquet

Clinical decisions for the management of wet AMD patients based on multimodal imaging without dye injection
Dr Luis Arias Barquet, MD, PhD
Bellvitge University Hospital, Barcelona, Spain

Utility of Swept Source OCT angiography and OCT En Face for the management of Posterior Uveitis
Professor Alfredo Adan, MD, PhD
Director of the Institute of Ophthalmology in Hospital Clinic de Barcelona, Spain

Choroidal Tumours
Assoc. Professor Gerasimos Anastassiou, MD, PhD
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Atrophy AMD quantification: accuracy of the automatic measurement of the area and perimeter
José Mª Ruiz Moreno, MD, PhD.
President of the Spanish Society of Retina and Vitreous (SERV).
Professor of Ophthalmology, Castilla La Mancha University (UCLM).
Head of the Ophthalmology Department, University Hospital Puerta de Hierro. Madrid

SAVE THE DATE: 3rd ISSOCT

Topcon is pleased to announce that the 3rd Annual ISSOCT Conference will be held in Fort Myers, Florida, USA. Join the world’s leading ophthalmologists as they present new clinical findings made possible with Swept Source Imaging and OCT Angiography.

 

Date: February 10-11 2019

Location: Sanibel Harbour Marriot Resort, Fort Myers, Florida USA

 

More information will follow soon!

 

                                                                                        

 

The CA-800, Topcon's corneal analyzer, enhances the diagnosis for dry eye patients with the new Tear Film analysis. 

The CA-800 is a placido-based topography system that delivers accurate, high resolution images of the anterior corneal surface. The latest features of the CA-800 includes an enhanced meibography observation and a comprehensive analysis of the Tear Film by using the Blink Detection and Tear Breakup Time measuring modes.

Blink Detection

The Blink Detection automatically detects blinks and calculates the average blinks per minute and blinks interval. The analysis of the Blink Detection includes the average Inter-Blink Interval (IBI average) that is used to calculate the Ocular Protection Index (OPI), the IBI standard deviation, the total duration of the time range analysed and the average number of blinks per minute.

Tear Breakup Time

 

 

The Tear Breakup Time (TBT) records the patients tear film condition while they hold their blink and calculates the time of first breakup and average time for breakup of the Tear Film. This new feature allows video playback with a coloured overlay to show the quality of the corneal surface. The sectors will be color-coded from green to red according to the scale on the left side of the image, showing the breakup overtime of the Tear Film.

Enhanced meibography observation

With the infra-red illumination of the CA-800, the Meibomian Glands of the upper and lower eyelid can be captured and analysed. Now two types of adjustable Contrast Enhancement are displayed directly below the image to enhance the Meibomian Gland viewing. The Soft Contrast Enhancement is a more subtle contrast adjustment and makes the dark areas of the image darker, while the Hard Contrast Enhancement is a more dynamic contrast adjustment that brings more detail to the image for improved observation capability.