Widefield Imaging Device Cleared for Use in Infants

 

The US Food and Drug Administration has granted clearance to the PanoCam LT Widefield Imaging System (Visunex) for the imaging of all newborn infants.

The device is a compact, wireless imaging system designed to detect a number of external, anterior, and posterior segment vision disorders.

 

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