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Optos Celebrates 25,000 Device Installations Worldwide & 2,500 Clinical Studies

Optos Celebrates 25,000 Device Installations Worldwide & 2,500 Clinical Studies

February 27, 2024

Optos PLC celebrates two significant achievements: the global installation of over 25,000 devices and the accomplishment of 2,500 clinical and peer-reviewed studies covering 235 disease states. These milestones underscore Optos' over three decades of innovation and its substantial impact on elevating retinal imaging standards and patient care.

Chief Executive Officer Robert Kennedy expressed pride in these achievements, stating, "This remarkable double milestone reflects the unwavering commitment that Optos has had to innovation and excellence in providing the best and clinically-relevant technology available, since our inception. The ongoing growth and recognition of the robust body of clinical research efforts underscores the dedication of our team to continue improving patient outcomes and driving development in ophthalmic care. We extend our sincerest gratitude to our customers for their continued trust and support. Their feedback and partnership are invaluable as we strive to make retinal imaging more patient-friendly and accessible while empowering clinicians to deliver exceptional care."

Optos's unique position in the market is highlighted by its proprietary single-capture, 200-degree, ultra-widefield retinal imaging technology. This technology is pivotal for diagnosing and managing a broad spectrum of ocular conditions, enhancing the detection and diagnosis processes. The introduction of new imaging modalities such as optomap color rgb, natural color, and optomap blue fundus autofluorescence imaging, alongside the integration of ultra-widefield retinal imaging with optomap-guided OCT, showcases Optos's commitment to technological advancement and comprehensive retinal health insights.

The integration of Optos technology across various healthcare settings, including telehealth and specialized retina care, emphasizes its adaptability and the focus on improving eyecare providers' productivity and ease of use. This approach not only streamlines workflow but also ensures high-quality patient care without sacrificing efficiency.