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Quick Start Guide

QuickSee

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Quick Start Videos

These short videos give you an overview of preparing QuickSee and a patient for an autorefraction measurement, and performing the measurement.

Overview

Alignment tips

Monocular measurements

Measuring children

COVID-19 and QuickSee: Best practices

Pre-align the optical channels to the patient’s pupils

Pre-align the PD while standing at a safe distance to the patient. You will likely underestimate PD, so if alignment is not immediately correct once you put QuickSee to the patient’s face, first try widening the PD.

Stand at the patient’s right side during measurement

Use QuickSee while standing at the patient’s right shoulder, instead of directly in front of them, thereby reducing direct exposure to one another’s breath. 

Use QuickSee anywhere it’s convenient

QuickSee is not sensitive to ambient light, so it works indoors and outdoors. Use QuickSee while the patient is in their car or waiting outside the examination room.

Use our Do It Yourself Phoropter Shield
Safety recommendations

Clean QuickSee thoroughly between uses.

Make sure operator and patient are equipped with appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE); breath masks are compatible with QuickSee.

Wash hands thoroughly before and after testing.

Cleaning QuickSee

Alcohol solutions (70% ethanol, isopropanol) and microfiber cloths recommended; consult the FDA’s List N for other disinfectants effective against SARS-CoV-2.

Remove the eyecup to thoroughly clean it and the viewports.

Do not submerge QuickSee in liquid.

See the BASIC CARE section of the QuickSee User Manual for more information.