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Alaska Blind Child Discovery

A cooperative, charitable research project to vision screen every preschool Alaskan


The child's eyes dilate naturally in a semi-dark room in less than a minute.
The child sits at the machine, focuses on an image, and the camera flashes — all within seconds, and with a minimum of effort.
A digital image is transmitted to the computer screen within 7 seconds.
Because pictures are available in seconds, the image can be retaken immediately if needed.
Patient information is entered using the iScreen software. All information is kept strictly confidential.
Each night images and relevant information are electronically transmitted to iScreen Central Analysis.
Results are returned within 24 hours.
Screening results indicate if the child should be seen by an eye care specialist.
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JAAPOS 2013: Compares with MTI  
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Old system above, new portable below      
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