Ophthalmology is one of the oldest medical sub-disciplines. References about the treatment of eye diseases can be found on stone slabs as old as 3600 years. Details about the structure of the eye, however, have only become known and have been used systematically since the introduction of the microscope in the 19th century.
Today, the choice between numerous ophthalmological instruments allows doctors to diagnose and treat eye diseases and functional disorders.
HEINE is specialised in the development and production of ophthalmological diagnostic instruments. Whether head-worn or hand-held – the entire HEINE product portfolio stands for highest quality in order to provide the earliest and most precise diagnosis.
The instruments are used around the world by ophthalmologists, optometrists, orthoptists and students, as well as in general practices and by paediatricians.
Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopes, Direct Ophthalmoscopes, Retinoscopes
The new high-end indirect ophthalmoscope
Up to 20% better view in media opacities with visionBOOST
Brückner Test with the direct ophthalmoscope.
High-Resolution Digital Imaging of the Fundus
[Webinar] Cleaning and Disinfecting the Practice in the COVID-19 Era
Reopening your practice for routine eye care involves numerous behind-the-scenes adaptations to ensure the safety and peace-of-mind of your patients, your staff, and yourself. With representation from industry-leading manufacturers, join us for an informational panel discussion to learn about cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization of your instruments and exam lanes. Every instrument has different requirements. This webinar covers what to look for in manufacturers’ instructions for use, red flags to be aware of to avoid damaging your instruments, different types of disinfecting agents, and more. Learn about sanitization of your exam lanes and instruments, myths and facts on the various types of tonometers, and what disposables and accessories are available to practice more safely.