Topcon Healthcare’s latest instrument for eye health practices wanting to strengthen their myopia and dry eye services is now available in Australia.
Myah, exclusively distributed by Device Technologies in Australia and New Zealand since October, is a versatile device providing the key tools for myopia management and an evolving platform for dry eye management.
According to Topcon, the instrument’s myopia features include optical biometry, corneal topography, pupillometry, comparison and differential map, contact lens fitting simulation and keratoconus screening. In dry eye, practitioners can conduct non-invasive tear break-up time, meibomian gland analysis, blink analysis, tear meniscus height analysis and real fluorescein imaging and video acquisition. The instrument is also said to be compact, simple to operate, and offers rapid capture.
“Myah is ideally suited to combat the growing crises of both myopia and dry eye disease. Its versatility and ease of use allows eyecare professionals to easily build a myopia service within their practice, educate patients on the implications of myopia and dry eye disease, manage their patients’ conditions, and grow their service offerings,” Topcon stated.