New Medical Device for Evaluating Eye Traumas

The survey will take 2 minutes to complete. It is designed for medical professionals who evaluate eye traumas specifically primary care providers, allied health professionals and eye doctors. Please feel free to share the link.  Click the "OK" button to get started. - The InnSight Team. 

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* 1. Which of the following best describes your profession?

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* 2. Which of the following best describes your work environment?

Rate your agreement with the following statements

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* 3. I see a lot of eye trauma cases

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* 4. I am satisfied with the tools available to evaluate severe eye traumas

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* 5. I feel comfortable using the ophthalmic slit lamp for trauma cases

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* 6. I can perform the Seidel exam with reliable results

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* 7. If a better method for evaluating ruptured globes existed, I would use it to evaluate eye trauma patients

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The OcuCheck is a portable, hand-held device, that can objectively detect aqueous humor if it leaks into the tear film in the setting of an anterior ruptured globe. Results are immediate and can be done by a technician to save time in the evaluation for the physician and can be done by referring physicians prior to an ophthalmology exam.

The Device can also be used to replace the Seidel exam for evaluation of post-surgical leaks for cataract, cornea and glaucoma patients

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* 8. How likely are you to use this device when you evaluate eye traumas?

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* 9. How likely are you to use this device when you evaluate post-surgical patients?

very likely not likely
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* 10. Use of the OcuCheck would reimburse $8.00 per patient, how much would you pay for the device? (comparable devices range from $4,000 to $10,000)

$100 $10,000
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