HS-UK Look Forward to an Exciting Optrafair 2019

HS-UK Look Forward to an Exciting Optrafair 2019

PR Newswire

HARLOW, England, March 22, 2019

HARLOW, England, March 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Haag-Streit UK (HS-UK), the leading manufacturer and distributor of gold-standard optometry and ophthalmic equipment, is looking forward to an exciting Optrafair 2019, at the Birmingham NEC on Saturday 30th March - Monday 1st April 2019.

Optrafair CET workshop by Haag-Streit Academy

Exhibiting on stand F50, HS-UK will be showcasing a large selection of its product portfolio, including; the gold-standard Haag-Streit BQ 900 LED Slit Lamp with IM 900 imaging module and Octopus 600 perimeter.

Other products being exhibited will include the; innovative AngioVue OCT-A and iScan OCT devices from Optovue; CenterVue DRS retinal camera and Eidon AF wide-field confocal scanner.

Haag-Streit Academy will be holding three exciting on-stand CET workshops during the show. Attendees are eligible to receive two CET points for each session. Topics include; 'Wide-field, Confocal Multimodal Fundus Imaging', 'Binocular Vision' and a 'Slit Lamp Masterclass'.

HS-UK sister company IPRO will also be exhibiting on stand F50 and their staff will be on-hand to discuss their innovative practice management software, PASKAL 3D.

Sharon Mills, HS-UK Marketing Manager, said, "Once again, we have a dedicated education 'hub' on the HS-UK stand at Optrafair, and we would welcome delegates to join us for some very exciting CET-accredited sessions. Our workshops will provide an excellent opportunity to learn from product experts and gain some valuable hands-on experience. In addition, HS-UK's gold-standard optometry equipment will also be available on the stand throughout the show."

To register for any of the CET sessions, please visit https://optrafair-2019.reg.buzz/.

For further information on the CET sessions, please contact Haag-Streit Academy on 01279 881923, or email academy@haag-streit-uk.com.

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