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Examcam™
Examcam™

Why consider this all new fundus camera?

The ExamCam™️ fundus camera is an evolution of the old stationary fundus cameras 

Our state-of-the-art  Examcam™️ fundus camera is a compact unit and can remain on your slit lamp.  It can be used on every patient. Using low light levels the patient’s eye can be examined comfortably!  Whenever there is a finding such as macular degeneration or diabetes a photo is easily taken and automatically goes to your EHR.  

Think about it’s usefulness. Simply slide it in and take a photo!  It can examine photophobia patients and has a wide field  where 90% of pathology is found. 

The Fundus ExamCam™ (Tap or click blue link) changed that with an all inclusive 35 degree image.

Interesting quotes paraphrased from our customer conversations

“I always worry that I will miss an important finding with the slit lamp. After I got the camera I found out that was correct”

“After a busy clinic day I got tired of chasing a moving eye and I was not as patient to examine the Fundus. The camera is easier.” 

“I thought I understood about handheld  lenses being upside down and reversed. It is so much easier to follow eye finding in the proper orientation  I some times charted it as I saw it and it was upside down and backwards”

“Wow! The added revenue from Medicare and VSP surprised me.”

”Showing a diabetic patient their photo made my diabetic patients double down on their control.  I airdrop them the photo and send a copy to their doc.”

”I know hippa makes sense but it sure handicaps my office. Worse our previous big instrument company charged us lots of money to send photos within our office. It turns out that if there is no identifying names or social security numbers we can send them through iCloud” 



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Using the RGB value of the arteries and veins the oxygenation can be determined. Our approach is similar to the pulse oximeter based on the red intensity of hemoglobin. The more saturated the redder it appears. We also can determine perfusion of sectors of the retina based on the change of oxygenation between adjacent arterioles and veins.  See below. For more information call us at TerryEyeInstitute research department 714 525-2375