Haag-Streit Gains FDA Approval for Fundus Module 300, Will Showcase at ASCRS•ASOA 2017

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The Fundus Module 300 allows for fundus imaging as part of the regular slit lamp examination.

Optical instruments manufacturer Haag-Streit is pleased to announce it has received FDA approval for its Fundus Module 300 slit lamp attachment in the United States. This innovative product works well with select Haag-Streit slit lamps, and unlike handheld fundus camera devices, attaches directly to the slit lamp for full, stable integration with the examination process.

“There are very few products like this on the market,” says Pascal Gartmann, Sales and Marketing Director of the General Diagnostic Division at Haag-Streit USA. “The Fundus Module 300 works seamlessly with select Haag-Streit slit lamps, and allows integration of non-mydiatric retinal imaging as part of the regular slit lamp examination. Its simplicity and compatibility allows for full examination without having to move the patient to a separate, stand-alone fundus camera. Just attach it to your slit lamp, and you’re ready to go.”

The Fundus Module 300 is designed to enhance the functionality of Haag-Streit slit lamps, making examinations easier and more efficient for ophthalmologists, optometrists, their assistants and their patients. Mounting the Fundus Module 300 on the slit lamp is simple and effective, allowing users to capture a retinal image in a matter of seconds. The camera is controlled by the Haag-Streit control panel (RM02), and captured images are immediately transferred to Haag-Streit’s EyeSuite software. The Fundus Module 300 is compatible with the BQ 900, BP 900, BI 900 and BM 900 slit lamps, and can be used in combination with the IM 900 or IM 600.

Haag-Streit will be showcasing the Fundus Module 300 at the ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress, held May 5-9, 2017 in Los Angeles, California (Booth #2013). You can register for ASCRS•ASOA at http://annualmeeting.ascrs.org/registration.

For more information about Haag-Streit or the Fundus Module 300, contact Pascal Gartmann at pgartmann(at)haag-streit-usa(dot)com or visit http://hsdriven.com/fundus.

Headquartered in Bern, Switzerland, with its US headquarters in Mason, Ohio, Haag-Streit manufactures optical instruments for ophthalmologists and optometrists. The company has a 150-year history, and for more than a half a century, the Haag-Streit slit lamp has been regarded as the standard instrument for ophthalmic diagnosis. For more information, visit http://www.haag-streit-usa.com.


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