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    1. Heidelberg Engineering’s SPECTRALIS OCT2 Module Headed to the International Space Station

      Heidelberg Engineering’s SPECTRALIS OCT2 Module Headed to the International Space Station

      NASA has been conducting research on the effects of microgravity on vision using the SPECTRALIS imaging platform since 2013. Heidelberg Engineering, a privately-held imaging solutions company focused on advanced diagnostic instruments for eye care professionals, announced the continuation of the SPECTRALIS space odyssey as the SPECTRALIS imaging platform with the company’s next-generation OCT2 Module is headed for the International Space Station (ISS). NASA launched the SPECTRALIS with OCT2 Module to the ISS aboard the Antares 230 Cygnus CRS OA-9, also known as Orbital Sciences CRS Flight 9E on May 21, 2018 from Wallops Island, Virginia. The device will be ...

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    2. Heidelberg Engineering and Gauss Medical Corporation Establish an Ophthalmic Healthcare IT Joint Venture in China

      Heidelberg Engineering and Gauss Medical Corporation Establish an Ophthalmic Healthcare IT Joint Venture in China

      The joint venture company, Gauss Infomed, will offer Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) and Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software, along with other related product solutions for the ophthalmology healthcare IT market. Gauss Infomed will operate out of Beijing and through a local network of offices to deliver its services across the entire country. “China is a fast-growing market and it is of great importance to our company” “The establishment of this joint venture with Heidelberg Engineering comes at a time of growing demand for advanced ophthalmic IT solutions in China,” said Mr. Liu Xidong, Chairman and CEO of Gauss ...

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    3. New cataract and refractive imaging platform to be unveiled by Heidelberg Engineering at European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

      New cataract and refractive imaging platform to be unveiled by Heidelberg Engineering at European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

      Heidelberg Engineering will offer a preview of its cataract and refractive imaging platform* during this year’s Congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ESCRS) in Barcelona. The platform is based on an upgradable, modular design, which allows configuration to each product to the specific diagnostic workflow in a practice or clinic. Main options include: IOL biometry, corneal topography/tomography, anterior segment biometry and anterior segment imaging. The new platform is based on swept-source OCT technology. An important characteristic of the new platform is the fact that all measurements and analysis are based on high-resolution diagnostic images ...

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    4. Spectralis OCT Atlas launched by Heidelberg Engineering

      Spectralis OCT Atlas launched by Heidelberg Engineering

      Extensive images and clear labelling feature in a new Optical Coherence Tomography Atlas, specifically for users of the advanced scanning provided by Heidelberg Engineering’s SPECTRALIS OCT. Designed to help educate SPECTRALIS users in the interpretation of OCT imaging and the evaluation of various disease states, it has been produced for Heidelberg Engineering by Washington-based Consultant Vitreo Retinal Surgeon, Neal Adams. As Editor-in-Chief of the Peer Reviewed EYE REPORT, Neal has ensured great clarity of presentation to make this an easy electronic reference tool. “This is not a diagnostic guide, and no substitute for clinical experience and judgement, but a ...

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    5. Heidelberg Spectralis OCT Eye Examinations in Space

      Heidelberg Spectralis OCT Eye Examinations in Space

      Since its arrival at the International Space Station (ISS) on June 15 th , 2013, Heidelberg Engineering’s Spectralis OCT device is being used regularly for eye examinations of ISS crewmembers. First on-orbit tests of the instrument were conducted successfully on June 21 of last year. The first ever OCT examination in space was performed with a commercial SPECTRALIS OCT device on board ISS on October 16, 2013. Since then, ISS crewmembers are being examined in 1- to 2-week intervals. The examinations are part of NASA’s Ocular Health Study, which seeks to understand ocular changes in astronauts during long-term space ...

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    6. Heidelberg Engineering SPECTRALIS in Space

      Heidelberg Engineering SPECTRALIS in Space

      Heidelberg Engineering Press Release- A SPECTRALIS OCT ophthalmic imaging device from Heidelberg Engineering is currently on its way to the International Space Station (ISS). The SPECTRALIS took off from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou on June 5th in the European Space Agency’s (ESA’s) Automated Transfer Vehicle “Albert Einstein” (ATV-4) atop an ARIANE 5 rocket. ATV-4 is scheduled to dock on the ISS on June 15. Soon thereafter, ISS crewmembers will use the SPECTRALIS for detailed examinations of the back of their eyes. This endeavour is part of a high priority NASA program to study the etiology of recently ...

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    7. Heidelberg Engineering Receives FDA Clearance for SPECTRALIS® Anterior Segment Module

      Heidelberg Engineering Receives FDA Clearance for SPECTRALIS® Anterior Segment Module

      Heidelberg Engineering Press Release: Heidelberg Engineering GmbH, the leading developer of laser diagnostics for ophthalmic applications, announced today that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted clearance for the new, SPECTRALIS® Anterior Segment Module (ASM). The Anterior Segment Module provides high-resolution images of cornea, anterior chamber angle and sclera utilizing unique Heidelberg Noise Reduction™ technology for enhanced detail. Clinicians can assess both chamber angles at the same time using a 16mm-wide angle-to-angle OCT scan. “The SPECTRALIS Anterior Segment Module paves the way towards digital gonioscopy”, said Sanjay Asrani, MD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Duke University Eye Center ...

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