VISUAL FIELD ANALYZER – VF2000 Focus

The VF2000 Focus Virtual Reality Visual Field is an essential tool for the modern practitioner, solving the challenges of conventional VFA technology without compromising on the quality of results.

VF2000 visual field test device from Micro Medical Devices, Inc.

Change the Way You View Visual Field Testing in Your Practice

The solutions used in the modern eye care practice have to be flexible enough to meet an evolving set of needs. With patients demanding a more comfortable, convenient experience, doctors are looking for alternatives to old, bulky, “conventional” perimetry machines.

When you’re looking to invest in perimetry technology that helps you improve the way your practice runs, look to the first commercially available VR visual field device on the market: The VF2000 Focus, from Micro Medical Devices, Inc.

What Is the VF2000 Focus?

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Flexible & Efficient

Able to be easily used anywhere in your office or offsite, the VF2000 Focus allows you to maximize your practice space and improve patient flow.

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Comfortable for Patients

Compared to traditional perimeters that cause patients to strain their head and neck, the VF2000 Focus Visual Field machine can be used comfortably in a range of different positions.
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Safe and Easy to Clean

The VF2000 Focus VR Visual Field is easy to clean between patients and the use of disposable face shields prevents contact between the patient and the device.
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User-Friendly

The VF2000 Focus is easy to operate for doctors, technicians, and office staff, and added features like gaze tracking increases the reliability of results.
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Affordable and Scalable

The low price of the VF2000 Focus Visual Field screener makes it easy to purchase as many as you need to complement existing technology or outfit a new office.
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ADA Compliant

Because of the accessibility of testing with the VF2000 Focus, practices may be able to get a 50% credit off the total cost of the technology!
The VF2000 Focus is a wearable perimetry device that allows you to run a full battery of visual field tests in a way that’s quicker, easier, and in-sync with practice efficiency and patient flow.
It enables you to maintain diagnostic accuracy while offering a more comfortable, convenient experience for your patients, giving you more freedom to use your practice space as you see fit.

The VF2000 Focus can perform a complete range of full threshold tests in addition to an array of screenings with a 120-degree field of view. It can also perform ptosis tests and screenings to detect progressive neurological disorder and can easily be integrated with the electronic health records already used in your practice.

The VF2000 Focus VR Visual Field and the HFA: “In Perfect Agreement”

When we started engineering the VF2000 Focus VR Visual Field analyzer, our goal was to develop a technology that overcomes obstacles involving space, efficiency, and patient flow — without sacrificing diagnostic integrity.

In prominent peer-reviewed studies, Micro Medical Devices’ visual field analyzer was compared head-to-head with the Humphrey HFA. With statistically significant accuracy, data from tests run on both were found to be comparable to each other. [1]

One study [2] found that results from the VF2000 Focus and the HFA were “in perfect agreement” with each other in detecting glaucoma!

Data results from VF2000 Focus visual field test from micro medical devices
Test results VF2000 visual field analyzer vs Humphrey HFA

Dr. Donna Shotwell OD

“Patients think it’s the best when I tell them they don’t have to sit in that room with a dark bowl that you have to put your head up against or lean forward and have your back hurt. I tell them, ‘You can just sit here in the room and relax,’ and I think I get better results because of that.”

Dr. Sarah MacIver OD

“I was impressed with the existing literature that shows the Palmscan VF2000 to be comparable to the HFA in glaucoma patients and patients without disease.”

Dr. Sarah MacIver OD

“I found the instrument to be particularly valuable in my patients that have significant visual field defects and resulting anxiety from doing perimetry in a dark room. These patients had improved reliability on their tests and reduced anxiety about doing the test.”

Dr. Sarah MacIver OD

“The analysis and print outs were easy to access and exported to PDFs easily to be included in a patient file. “

Dr. Greg Evans OD

“It’s very affordable to purchase and very affordable to maintain.

Dr. Greg Evans OD

“It offers frequent updates that are easy to follow. It’s about every six months we get these upgrades, and they seem to be making things better. Some of the upgrades include improved test designs and some of them have been adding such functions as frequency doubling technology – that is a lot of power in a portable unit that can literally be placed in a drawer or cabinet shelf. It works well for doctors providing glaucoma care and retinal disease care, in other words it’s not just a travel job.”

Dr. Greg Evans OD

“Affordability, support, diversity of testing protocol, and ease of staff training are all big important features for new guys to consider in selecting equipment. There are quite a few visual field filter companies out there but this one has been around long enough that they’re not going to go away. For every new grad concerned about how big or small to build their practice to start, space no matter what a big issue is to consider”

Dr. Donna Shotwell OD

“Cost-wise for doctors,” she says, “the mobility [of the VF2000] and getting ADA money back makes this a wonderful product to bring into the practice.”

Dr. Sarah MacIver OD

“I see significant value in improving the experience of visual field testing in my patients and would consider switching over to VF 2000 for this reason alone.”

Dr. Sarah MacIver OD

“I had a very good experience working with the VF2000 and can see many clinical applications where I would use this for my glaucoma patients.”

Dr. Greg Evans OD

“It solves a mobility problem as part of my travel job doing these assessments, I see homebound patients. I have tested many wheelchair and bed bound patients with easy and accurate outcomes. “

Dr. Greg Evans OD

“It offers frequent updates that are easy to follow. Some of the upgrades include improved test designs and some of them have been adding such functions as frequency doubling technology – that is a lot of power in a portable unit that can literally be placed in a drawer or cabinet shelf.

Dr. Greg Evans OD

“You don’t have to have the portal to drive the device. So, if you’re in the field and you don’t have a laptop that’s connected, you can still run the test as long as that computer or that headset is hooked up to the field.”

Is the VF2000 Focus Right for You?

Case Studies: Three Types of Practices that Benefit from the VF2000

Practice A

Already has a Humphrey but wants to be more flexible and maximize their practice space. The VF2000 Focus lets them perform visual field testing on more patients without waiting to use the darkroom!

Practice B

Has the ability to perform visual field testing but wants to reclaim practice space and increase patient flow. Replacing existing technology with one or more VF2000 Focus devices enables them to add another exam lane and see more patients per day!

Practice C

Is a new practice owner, looking to grow and scale with budget-friendly technology. The VF2000 Focus is a great investment for starting a new practice or opening a new satellite office!
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