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Introducing Aston Vision Sciences’ colour enhanced Fluorescein Filter, the perfect choice for high-resolution and effortless observation of the anterior surface and a wide range of anterior eye defects. The filter provides superior viewing performance and is especially good at seeing tear film break up used for dry eye disease assessment, partial blinks and foreign bodies in the eye.
The Filters unique shape makes it comfortable enough to hold but has also been designed to clip on to many common slit lamps, allowing for a fast and simple upgrade of existing equipment.
Common uses of the Fluorescein Filter include the viewing of:
AVS’s unique yellow colour formula is tuned to work close to the fluorescein emission spectrum, clinicians get high clarity and contrast compared to others on the market- all at a much lower price. Performance is very strong in lower blue-light levels which is more pleasurable for patients too.
** Shipping charge of £2 via Royal Mail. For orders of 5+ filters, these will ship via DPD **
What makes the Fluorescein Filter from Aston Vision Sciences so good?
Tear film break-up in action
Fast changes in tear film composition give rise to darker regions indicating the possibility of dry eye disease which become apparent with the Fluorescein Filter.
The AVS fluorescein filter is compatible with many leading slit lamps, including:
• Takagi 4ZL
• Nikon NS-1V
• Keeler Symphony 40H
• Keeler Symphony 3020Z
• Keeler SL-40
• Miltron SL-40Z
• Haag Streit BP900
• CSO SL990-D
• Topcon SL-D7
• SK-MED LS4
Feedback from AIO Chairman Dr Christian French:
I have been using the AVS fluorescein filter for some time and I find it an invaluable addition to my standard range of instruments. I use it in almost every eye casualty clinic I work in my hospital role, in addition to assessing and monitoring our corneal patients. In private practice, it is extremely useful in both contact lens assessments and dry eye consultations.
The free filters that we used to use are OK, but staining is so much easier to assess with the AVS filter; in addition to having both hands free to operate the slit lamp. Worth every penny and every clinician using fluorescein on their patients should have one to hand.
Using AVS’s Fluorescein Filter, tear film break-up is visible