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.
Change the Way You View Visual Field Testing in Your Practice
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?
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.
Comfortable for Patients
Safe and Easy to Clean
Affordable and Scalable
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”
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. 
One study  found that results from the VF2000 Focus and the HFA were “in perfect agreement” with each other in detecting glaucoma!
The days of intimidating, cumbersome, automated perimetry equipment may be numbered! All our field plots compare astoundingly well with those from a standard Humphrey’s VFA. Above all, patients love this!
Dr. Zia Carrim, MD
We have been in need of a new paradigm for measuring and analyzing visual fields for a long time. The idea of a VR system, which could do away with the cumbersome equipment and could be linked to any analysis software was intriguing to me. It requires no dedicated space, has data available for custom analysis and is created out of components that are mass produced so that maintenance should be minimal. This is not to mention that the machine is available for a fraction of the cost of large dedicated units. The unit appears to be adaptable to a much wider variety of patient body shapes and sizes in comparison to the table top units. The ability to use our own computer and printer is a terrific advantage. In addition to the obvious physical advantages, the ability to update software almost instantly is intriguing and there is a minimal learning curve.
The VR unit certainly has physical and cost advantages over its predecessors. It should produce a new paradigm and allow us to more reliably determine the state of the patient’s health.
Dr. Alfred M. Solish, MD
Is the VF2000 Focus Right for You?
Case Studies: Three Types of Practices that Benefit from the VF2000
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