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Ocular Blood Flow Analyzer (BFA)

ProductsOcular Blood Flow Analyzer (BFA)
Company Paradigm Medical Industries, Inc.
Item Ocular Blood Flow Analyzer (BFA)
Features Clinical Benefits of the BFA:
  • Identify low and normal-tension glaucoma suspects who tend to have significantly lower OBF's than normal. Low OBF's may put any part of the eye at risk. Glaucoma is just one disease where abnormal OBF is likely to be a major risk factor.
  • Identify vascular disorders in patients with greater asymmetry of OBF than 4 microliters per second with similar IOP's, ie. internal carotid stenosis.
  • Monitor ocular and systemic drugs that have the potential to modify OBF. This is particularly true of beta and calcium level blockers.
Description Paradigm's Dicon Ocular Blood Flow Analyzer is a fast, clinically proven test that can increase your early diagnosis of low and normal-tension glaucoma.

The Ocular Blood Flow Analyzer (BFA) provides a fast, clinically proven measurement that improves detection of glaucoma suspects. The BFA assists in the management of glaucoma, and detection of other circulatory abnormalities involving diabetes, retinal and carotid disorders.

Ocular Blood Flow is now recognized as an important diagnostic measurement for your patient. The BFA records pulsatile ocular blood flow data, providing significant new information about the vascular network in the eye. Studies have indicated that blood flow is significantly compromised in many eyes with normal-tension glaucoma, with and without field loss. The BFA improves your ability to monitor and manage your patients.

In one automatic 10 second measurement, information is captured and displayed on the screen. Data is printed on a concise patient record.

How the Blood Flow Analyzer Tonometer Works The Blood Flow Analyzer (BFA) measures intraocular pressure 200 times per second, and automatically measures Ocular Blood Flow (OBF). Ocular pressure rises and falls with each heartbeat. This pressure waveform is created when the bolus of blood from each heartbeat passes through the ocular choroid. The systolic increase and diastolic decrease in intraocular pressure caused by the pulsatile ocular blood flow is accurately recorded by the BFA. This data is analyzed by an on board computer in real time, and a resultant OBF calculated.

Info Paradigm Medical Industries, Inc.
Customer Service: (801) 977-8970
Web site: http://www.paradigm-medical.com/

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