Detects all major ocular pathologies that cause visual impairment or blindness,
whether corneal or retinal, such as dry eyes, keratoconus, ametropia, cataract,
glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, AMD and more.
Save screening time and make delegation easier.
Benefit from a single, fully automatic device that combines all the functionalities of your existing equipment.
Innovated for telemedecine
Your testing, data review and patient consultations are no longer limited by time and space.
Provide accurate teleconsultations with a single instrument, allowing you to measure,
send and securely access examination data, detailed reports
and anterior/posterior images of the eye with a single click.
Tailored to optimise practice efficiency
The Visionix® VX650 allows for improved time management,
patient flow and remote practice with access to key clinical information.
Embrace tomorrow’s technology today.
maps measure lower-order
and higher-order aberrations.
Complete refraction differentiates between day and night vision needs.
Screening and Monitoring
Dry Eye Diseases (DED)
Eye transparency and shape
Screening, Evaluation and Monitoring Cataracts
Retroillumination to examine lens opacities and LOCS scale
Screening, Evaluation and Monitoring Keratoconus
Topography Maps: Keratoconus probability index (KPI)
Intraocular pressure, non-contact tonometry,
Retinography captures the appearance of a patient’s fundus.
The photographs allow the eye care professional to study a patient’s retina,
detect retinal changes and review a patient’s retinal finding.
VX650 enables a simple diagnostic procedure to identify patients who need prompt
treatment to prevent loss of vision. It is not a complete clinical examination in itself.
Angle-closure glaucoma is a medical eye emergency.
If the pressure is not reduced quickly, the patient may
have permanent vision loss. It is important to note
that some patients with narrow angle glaucoma may
not experience symptoms or may experience them
intermittently, depending on what is causing the disease.
The eye care professional will look at the retina for early signs
of disease such as leaking blood vessels, retinal swelling, macular edema and more.
AMD is caused by the deterioration of the central portion of the
retina; Visualizing and tracking changes in the retinal layers are
important in managing a patient's visual health.
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