FLIR ONE PRO
A thermal imaging camera attachment for the Heated Eye Pad. It can be used by a doctor during treatment for many purposes:
We are an authorized FLIR Partner, with full warranty and price match protection.
Make your Heated Eye Pad mobile with our UL Certified Power Bank
A full charge will provide over 4 hours of usage
Includes a Micro USB Charging cable
Micro USB recharge port
USB Output Port
Red light: The red light will flash as the Portable Charger is Charging, and will stay red when fully charged.
Blue light: The blue light is on when using your Heated Eye Pad.
Heated Eye Pad will work for the upper and lower eyelid.
The ~50 upper meibomian glands are 10-12 mm tall,
The ~25 lower meibomian glands are 4-5mm tall.
YES, Patients can use at home, and YES, you can use in the office. Please watch the video to see how a doctor uses in practice.
This medical device is FDA Cleared for Over- the- Counter Use without a prescription and 510(k) on file.
There are several hundred medical providers (Opthalmologists, Optometrists, etc.) in the USA that have purchased this product. A must have for any office treating meibomian gland dysfunction.
INDICATIONS FOR USE:
The Heated Eye Pad ophthalmic warmer is a powered heating pad for the application of localized heat therapy. Use for treatment when the current medical community recommends the application of a warm compress to the eyelids. Such applications would include Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD), Dry Eye, Blepharitis, Stye, or Chalazia.
Clean with an alcohol wipe or our Platinum Eyelid Wipes. Place finger under, thumb over as shown above.
PLATINUM EYELID WIPES
Platinum Eyelid Wipes for Hygienic Care of the eyelids, eyelid margins and eyelashes:
For the medical practice, your cost is what you pay from your current supplier...call for details.
Never pull the heater upward, as this will damage or tear the foam away.
Digital Heat Inc.
#1 Maker of precision designed eyelid heaters
Based on patient facial features, push on the wide foam pieces to "aim" or "focus" for the lower eyelid if needed; the heat travels radially in the X, Y, Z direction, and is aided by vasodilation.