While attending the official opening ceremony of a new building at the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases in Bonn, Ms. Angela Merkel had the opportunity to learn more about the Rhineland Study. The Rhineland Study is a prospective population study being conducted by this research center. Several Heidelberg Engineering devices are being used for the study.Read More
If you had to choose the most significant achievements in eye care, what would you pick? As Heidelberg Engineering celebrated its 25th anniversary and reflected on the contribution of its own technologies to the advancement of eye care, this larger question emerged.Read More
During a symposium hosted by Heidelberg Engineering at the 16th European Glaucoma Congress in Prague, Prof. Balwantray Chauhan, Prof. Christian Mardin and Dr. Claude Francis Burgoyne discussed the structures relevant for glaucoma that can be identified by optical coherence tomography (OCT) and how the new techniques and parameters of the SPECTRALIS Glaucoma Module Premium Edition perform in clinical practice.Read More
EyeWire TV recently announced the FDA clearance of the Glaucoma Module Premium Edition for the SPECTRALIS diagnostic imaging platform.
The Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) took place mid-October in Chicago. As one of the most eventful and internationally acclaimed meetings in ophthalmology, its program offered an array of clinically relevant information and product innovations. Highlights from Heidelberg Engineering included the launch of the SPECTRALIS Glaucoma Module Premium Edition in the US and a preview of the OCT Angiography Module*.Read More
The 14th X-mas edition of the International SPECTRALIS Symposium (ISS) will take place on November 25-26, 2016 at the venue Gartenpalais Liechtenstein, Vienna, Austria.Read More
We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Heidelberg Engineering website with the exclusive Business Lounge.Read More
The SPECTRALIS® Glaucoma Module Premium Edition provides a comprehensive analysis of the optic nerve head, retinal nerve fiber layer, and ganglion cell layer by precisely matching unique scan patterns to the fine anatomic structures relevant in glaucoma diagnostics.Read More