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During the COVID-19 period, QuikVue is in use by Veterinary Ophthalmologists and Dermatologists to monitor their patients conditions at home and telemedicine. This video obviously if from human ophthalmology. The procedure for capturing images is the same for animals.
GOT DIAGNOSTICS? IF YOU'VE GOT YOUR SMARTPHONE YOU DO.
These images are from a study underway on Vizoovet and indolent ulcers taken with QuikVue Digital Smartphone Imaging Adapter using both white and blue illumination respectively. Diagnosis: Indolent corneal ulcer.
Simply use the blue light to capture images as a slit lamp. Simple to text, save and document progress for the next consultation. Advancing smartphone technology is allowing clinicians to capture high- resolution photos and videos and facilitate convenient means of medical examination, documentation, and subsequent consultation.
Eye Photos Made Easy!
Simple, easy and shows your clients complex diseases
They'll want the procedure after seeing this.
How often are you talking to clients about this?
Are you using Vizoovet on your KCS patients?
Increase diagnostic revenue and help more patients with QuickVue
Both of these products were just in Australia right now helping the animals with the smoke and thermal injuries caused by the fires.
They were donated to Dr. Todd Driggers for his volunteer mission to save and heal these magnificent creatures in his native country.
QuickVue was donated because it gives a fast easy great image of the anterior segment of the eye.
Vizoovet was donated because it gives the volunteers a completely safe analgesic and anti-inflammatory to comfort the animals from thermal injury until they can be seen by the veterinarian.
Both of these products you should really consider having in your practice.
QuickVue is an attachment for any smartphone that's small and light and can be used as a slit lamp. It makes it simple to explain to clients the issue their pet is having and on recheck to show the progress the pet is having with a corneal ulcer or injury for example. Images are asm easy to send as a text.
Vizoovet because "It's the best product for melmobian gland dysfunction."
That statement was given to attendees at the most recent ACVO meeting in Maui last November by Ann Graztek DACVO. Meimobian gland dysfunction is the number 1 cause of KCS.
QuikVue® is a smartphone adaptor designed especially for anterior segment imaging.The specially designed optical lens enable QuikVue® to capture clear anterior images for primary eye care examination and telemedicine.
White and Blue Illumination
QuikVue® provides both white and blue illumination respectively. The white LED projects warm white light which is similar to slit lamp’s halogen illumination. There are two levels of white illumination available to meet different brightness demand during examination. The blue illumination can be used to capture fluorescein images to assist diagnosis with corneal staining and contact lens fitting, etc.
Flexible Air Cushion Design
The innovative air cushion design enables QuikVue® to be attached on most smart phones available in the market.
To make the power recharging convenient, QuikVue® applies mini Li-ion rechargeable battery. It can be recharged through a USB cable. There is one recharging status indicator at the back side of the device. When the power recharging is finished, the indicator light will turn from red to green.
“Your product is great and I have using it since with my patients...
Needless to say, it is quite helpful in showing and explaining to patients in a far easier way the condition and showing also the improvement when it comes to corneal infections for example...”