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The AdaptDx Pro and Theia will change the future of AMD care because they make it easier for eye care professionals to test more patients and diagnose disease at an earlier stage.

ClaudioLagunas Claudio Lagunas, OD View all testimonials

For Practices

Subclinical AMD Detection

Research reveals that impaired dark adaptation is the earliest biomarker of AMD. Diagnosis at the subclinical level is the best chance to preserve vision.

For Patients

Protect Your Eyesight

Talking to your eye doctor about risk factors or trouble seeing at night may help detect macular degeneration early enough to hopefully delay progression of disease.

Breakthrough Technology Meets High-Touch Patient Care

Measuring dark adaptation speed with the AdaptDx Pro™ can be useful in diagnosing AMD at the subclinical stage and managing this progressive disease with the hope of preventing unnecessary vision loss.

The AdaptDx Pro is amazing for two primary reasons. One, the portability of it is phenomenal. The other piece that’s critical is that Theia, the onboard AI tech, provides the instructions for the test, so patients get consistent instructions every time.

RyanPowell Ryan Powell, OD View all testimonials

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Article: October 2020 | Women in Optometry

Big Change is a Small Choice

Just by adding dark adaptation testing to your practice, doctors can do more for patients at risk of developing AMD. By Julie Rodman, OD, MSc, FAAO.

Press Releases: September 28, 2020

New Annual Report Demonstrates How Dark Adaptation Makes AMD Management Easy, Accurate, and Profitable

MacuLogix announces the recent publication of “Practical Opportunities in AMD Management,” the fourth in a series of annual reports aimed at reducing avoidable vision loss.

Our Blog: September 24, 2020

Meet My Best Friend, Theia

Theia helps eye care professionals like Mary Miller, CPOT, take care of her patients – which is her favorite part as a technician at Kirman Eye.