Last week, Eaglet Eye spent the day at Bichat-Claude Bernard Hospital in Paris, where the ESP was put to the test under the direction of Opthalmology Consultant Dr Agnes Delcampe.
On this occasion, the ESP was tested on patients with highly irregular pathologic conditions – measuring the eye surfaces at a full 20mm – which no other topographer has been able to achieve on such patients.
This was a highly useful opportunity for Eaglet Eye to demonstrate the ESP’s capabilities in a live environment. Thanks to the expert hands of Frédéric Baëchelé we have been able to improve our best practice guide for measuring highly irregular eyes with the ESP.
The ESP is currently in use in 10 countries (in both research and practice environments) throughout N. Europe and also Singapore and Canada.