Press Releases

Heidelberg Engineering supply free OCT protective breath shields

Heidelberg Engineering have begun shipping protective breath shields free of charge to SPECTRALIS owners in the UK. The protective breath shield is designed to form a transparent barrier between the patient and the operator of the device in order to minimise the risk of the transfer of pathogens*. “We are committed to aiding our customers […]

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Heidelberg Engineering brings back in vivo corneal microscope due to high demand of ophthalmology market

Heidelberg, Germany – Heidelberg Engineering, the industry leader in ophthalmic diagnostic imaging, announces the reintroduction of its HRT3 Rostock Cornea Module (RCM) to offer in vivo corneal confocal microscopy in its anterior segment product portfolio, supporting cornea specialists worldwide to further improve patient care. HRT3 RCM is a compact ophthalmic device that uses confocal scanning […]

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New high-caliber publication validates macular pigment assessment with SPECTRALIS

Heidelberg, Germany – The paper “Standardizing the Assessment of Macular Pigment Using a Dual-Wavelength Autofluorescence Technique”, published in Translational Vision Science & Technology in December 2019, demonstrates how the investigational SPECTRALIS® Macular Pigment Optical Volume* (MPOV) measurement provides a comprehensive and objective evaluation of the macular pigment (MP) profile. Macular pigment has been confirmed as […]

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Heidelberg Engineering appoints Christopher Mody as Clinical Director

Heidelberg, Germany – In this new role, Christopher Mody, an ophthalmic scientist with 30 years clinical ophthalmology experience in the public sector and 7 years at Heidelberg Engineering UK, will be facilitating the exchange of scientific information between the global ophthalmic community and the company. From its inception almost 30 years ago, Heidelberg Engineering has […]

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Heidelberg Engineering appoints new distribution partners in Norway and Sweden

Heidelberg, Germany – Heidelberg Engineering has appointed new distributors in Norway and Sweden to care for the company’s growing product portfolio and deliver the high standard of support and education Heidelberg Engineering customers have come to expect. Preisler Instrument AB and Instrumentpartner AS will be the official distribution partners in Sweden and Norway respectively. “Our […]

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SPECTRALIS software adds macular reference database and deviation maps functionality

Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom – SPECTRALIS Glaucoma Module Premium Edition (GMPE) customers having installed the SPECTRALIS release 6.12.1 can now benefit from the discriminative power of the macular reference database with the addition of thickness deviation maps for retina, retinal nerve fibre, ganglion cell and inner plexiform layers. This feature is free of charge to […]

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New Academy team ensures bright future in research and clinical education at Heidelberg Engineering

Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom – The Director of Clinical Affairs at Heidelberg Engineering Limited, Christopher Mody, has accepted a new position as Clinical Director with Heidelberg Engineering GmbH. In his new global role, Chris will work closely with the global Product Management and Clinical Affairs team members to foster collaborative relationships with key opinion leaders […]

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Heidelberg Engineering presents optimized workflow solutions for AMD, glaucoma and cataract surgery planning

Heidelberg, Germany – Heidelberg Engineering, the leader in multimodal ophthalmic imaging, renowned for the high-quality diagnostic images of the SPECTRALIS® and ANTERION® platforms, focuses on optimizing clinic workflow at EURETINA and ESCRS in Paris. Upgrade to the next-generation healthcare IT platform As the foundation of the HEIDELBERG EYE EXPLORER healthcare IT platform, HEYEX 2 empowers […]

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Heidelberg Engineering launches Grand Rounds educational series

The Heidelberg Engineering Academy has launched Grand Rounds, a new series of educational events, which will spotlight the role of multi-modal ophthalmic imaging hospitals nationwide. These full day courses will cover a broad range of topics including new developments in diagnostic imaging, image acquisition and interpretation for both retina and glaucoma, case study review and […]

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