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Article: April 2, 2021 | EPR News

Theia, AdaptDx Pro’s On-Board AI Technician, Now Speaks Multiple Languages

Once the test starts, Theia takes over to facilitate a consistent testing experience using automated instructions and adaptive feedback spoken directly to the patient in their native language.

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Article: March 6, 2021 | Women in Optometry

“Dark Adaptation Has Always Been My Standard Of Care,” Says Pennsylvania OD

The curriculum has evolved since Dr. Drue Bahajak was a student. At the time, she says, dark adaptation was not as heavily emphasized as it is now. Today, she can’t imagine practicing any other way.

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Article: March 4, 2021 | Primary Care Optometry News

How To Get Your Staff On Board With New Technology

It is not enough for doctors to believe in what new instrumentation can do for patients. To ensure your investments pay off, your staff must be willing to embrace them.

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Article: March 2021 | Review of Optometric Business

From “Nice-to-Have” to “Must-Have”: Dark Adaptation Testing

The benefits of dark adaptation are quickly being realized in one eye care practice after another, creating a major shift in AMD management.

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Article: December 30, 2020 | Review of Optometric Business

Treatment Plan & Technology Investment Generating More than $65,000 Annually

Victoria Dzurinko, OD, MBA, FAAO, discusses the opportunity available to improve both patient outcomes and practice bottom lines by integrating dark adaptation testing in the identification and management of AMD.

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Article: December 15, 2020 | Women in Optometry

Welcome Back: Managing AMD After A Lapse In Care During a Pandemic

Many older eye care patients elected to defer their visits during the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why Dr. Amanda Legge is using educational and cutting-edge technology, like the AdaptDx Pro, to put their minds at ease.

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Article: December 2020 | Review of Optometric Business

“Go Big or Go Home” When Investing in Advanced Instrumentation

Due to the impact of AMD on several of his family members, Gary Kirman, OD (of Kirman Eye), has been a staunch advocate of dark adaptation testing as standard of care in eye care practices.

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Article: December 1, 2020 | Optometric Management

Identify AMD Early to Reduce Risks

For patients who have early AMD and for those who have disease risk factors, patient compliance to prescribed treatments, early detection, and keeping a watchful eye on disease progression is key.

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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.

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Article: September 28, 2020 | NewsWire

AdaptDx Pro by MacuLogix Has Received a Medical Device License by Health Canada

The next generation of dark adaptation testing features a wearable headset and an artificial intelligence-driven onboard technician.

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