EasyScan was very happy to be present at the ESCRS 2021 in Amsterdam. It was great to finally be back to face to face meetings and having in depth discussions with business partners and physicians.
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EasyScan BV, is pleased to announce a new distributorship in Egypt for the EasyScan TrueConfocal Retinal Scanner. From May 1st 2021, Ultra Vision for International Trade UV based in Giza, Egypt started to open the Egyptian market for the EasyScan.
EasyScan BV, is pleased to announce a new distributorship in Saudi Arabia for the EasyScan TrueConfocal Retinal Scanner. From May 1st 2021, Albasar For Medical Supplies based in Riyadh started to open the Saudi market for the EasyScan.
EasyScan BV, is pleased to announce a new distributorship in Czech Republic for the EasyScan TrueConfocal Retinal Scanner. From March 2021, Spirit Medical based in Brno started to open the Czech market for the EasyScan.
Our Italian distributor SIR Oftalmica recently installed a new EasyScan at the practice of Dr. Villani, in Verona Italy. Read here more about the experience of Dr. Villani so far with the EasyScan TrueConfocal Retinal Scanner.
EasyScan has welcomed Bahzad Meslem as the Business Development Manager for the Middle East And Africa region and Turkey. With more than 10 years of experience in sales and business development for various Ophthalmology equipment companies, most recently at Lightmed, Bahzad brings a wealth of experience to EasyScan. Bahzad will work on expanding the distribution network of the EasyScan Retinal scanner in the Middle East, Africa and Turkey.
EasyScan has been in the news in Germany this past month. Customers are sharing their experience in a number of major trade journals.
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Recent research presented in Nature Medicine by researchers of DeepMind and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London showed that AI is now able to predict the progression of serious AMD better than Human experts. Early detection, for example with the EasyScan retinal scanner, remains the only way to keep vision optimal, since any vision lost due to AMD can not be recovered by the current treatments,