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NeurOptics Introduces First Hand-held Variable Light Condition Pupillometer to Optimize Outcomes for Refractive Surgery and Premium Intraocular Lens Candidates
Date:9/7/2011

displayed on the device's color LCD screen or optional paper printout.  Testing has shown that the NeurOptics® Pupillometer is consistent from unit to unit and from operator to operator.  The key to reproducibility is the use of VIP™ (Vertex Invariant Pupillometry™) technology developed by NeurOptics which compensates for differences in vertex distance among patients which may lead to inaccurate pupil measurements and errors up to 20%.

"The simplicity and versatility of this instrument is tremendous to us, in the sense that in our single clinic we can apply it to our cataract patients, our premium IOL patients, our hyperops undergoing LASIK, as well as our patients seeking monovision,"  said Kerry Assil, MD, Medical Director of Assil Eye Institute and author of more than one hundred textbooks, textbook chapters and articles on refractive and cataract surgery.  "And all of that can be done because of the fact that it's so easy to use and so incredibly accurate."

The VIP™-200 is priced at $3,995 and is available now.  For a limited time, NeurOptics is also offering a trade-in credit of $500 for any pupillometer of any brand, whether functioning or not. Contact NeurOptics at (949) 250-9792 for purchase.  

Editors, Analysts and Clinicians are invited to request more information by contacting pr@NeurOptics.com.

About NeurOptics

NeurOptics is the global leader in pupillometry.  NeurOptics designs and manufactures infrared pupillometers for Ophthalmology, Critical Care, and Research.

Additional information about NeurOptics and its products can be found at www.NeurOptics.com.


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