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NEW! NFC-700: the cost effective, non-mydriatic fundus camera solution

We are pleased to announce the launch of the NFC-700 non-mydriatic fundus camera; complementing our existing range of retinal imaging equipment and offering a high specification piece of equipment at an affordable and competitive price point. The NFC-700 features fully automatic 3D tracking and image capture and is an essential diagnostic instrument for ophthalmologists optometrists wishing to evaluate and record a patient's data. With its non-mydriatic function, patient comfort is maximised during the diagnosis process. All in one fundus camera - no separate PC required Small footprint Automated focus and capture with manual override Windows 10 based - easy to network Mosaic comparison and

Help us to help others!

At Grafton we are proud to conduct our business ethically and in a way that takes into account our social and environmental impact. In support of our local hospice, The Hospice of St Francis, our Marketing Manager Kate will be taking part in a ten mile Midnight Walk on Saturday 16 June to help raise funds for this incredibly valued and worthwhile charity. Based in Berkhamsted, The Hospice of St Francis transforms the lives of patients living with life limiting illnesses and their families throughout West Herts and The Chilterns. From the point of diagnosis onwards, their team of experts ensure that a patient’s emotional and clinical needs are met in whatever way necessary. The cost of this c

Learn more about the links between Dry Eye and Glaucoma this #NationalGlaucomaWeek

The International Glaucoma Association is focusing on the impact of Dry Eye syndrome for people with glaucoma during IGA's National Glaucoma Week. The IGA say "Dry eye syndrome affects 50 to 60 per cent of people with glaucoma and one in three people over the age of 65. It is a disorder where the eyes don’t make enough tears, or the tears evaporate too quickly." "This can make eyes feel dry, scratchy and irritated or watery, and feel heavy and tired by the end of the day. In severe cases people report pain, discomfort and depression, and its impact has been compared with that of angina, dialysis and disabling hip fractures." Commenting on the campaign, Karen Osborn says: “Dry eye has an adve

Fast capture glaucoma screening for #NationalGlaucomaWeek

This #NationalGlaucomaWeek, find out how the ORA G3 and the 7CR Auto Tonometer can change the way that you work. OCULAR RESPONSE ANALYSER® G3 -Make a more confident glaucoma risk assessment with Corneal Hysteresis The Ocular Response Analyzer® (ORA) is the only tonometer that measures Corneal Hysteresis (CH), a superior predictor of glaucoma progression. Corneal Hysteresis is an indication of the biomechanical properties of the cornea differing from thickness or topography, which are geometrical attributes. 7CR AUTO TONOMETER - The "Glaucoma Tonometer" with Corneal Response Technology® and IOPcc The Reichert 7CR utilises a patented bi-directional applanation process to characterise the biome
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