Tutorials

Take Your First Test

After creating your first Patient Profile, Reflex will be ready to take a test. The first test of a new Patient Profile is always a baseline unless switched to Normal by you. Hold your iPad or iPhone up to the eye, align it up with the cutout, and tap the circular start button. Baselining is a great way to see what’s changed from an initial state to monitor therapies, track progression, and support diagnosis from a normal state. Reflex Pro users can also chart immersive data on the iPad.

Automated Detections with Reflex Pro

Reflex Pro users have a state-of-the-art feature in pupillometry, Automated Detection of pupillometric abnormalities. After a test, Reflex Pro will work in the background to determine if Anisocoria, Miosis, Mydriasis, Alpha-Omega Pupil, or Tonic Pupil was detected using our clinically validated detection models. If any are detected then Reflex Pro will present you with red text indicating the detected state. New detections and test methods are being added constantly and we will update you via email when they’re released.

Patient Trending with The Reflex Web Portal

Your Reflex Pro subscription comes standard with The Reflex Web Portal. This allows you to easily search your patient information from your desktop and conduct more detailed patient analytics. In The Reflex Web Portal you can select the patient you’d like to review and select the trending icon to start the in-browser control charting. You can select the tests you’d like to compare, specific parameters of interest, and the display method for your review. The Reflex Web Portal also allows you to conduct batch exporting in CSV and direct exporting to PDF to upload directly to your EMR of choice.

Convergence Testing With Reflex Pro

Reflex Pro now features a new testing mode for convergence which includes Near Point of Convergence (NPC) and Convergence Recovery Point (CRP) test methods. Use this automated distance measurement in coordination with Reflex Pro’s NPC sticker sheet to get fast and accurate convergence distances without the need for a ruler or estimation. Tap the circular button to start the test and simply have your patient follow the line on the NPC sticker and indicate when they see double (or blurry depending on your test preference). Then tap the circular button again to tell Reflex when to stop and give you the convergence value.

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Tutorials

Take Your First Test

After creating your first Patient Profile, Reflex will be ready to take a test. The first test of a new Patient Profile is always a baseline unless switched to Normal by you. Hold your iPad or iPhone up to the eye, align it up with the cutout, and tap the circular start button. Baselining is a great way to see what’s changed from an initial state to monitor therapies, track progression, and support diagnosis from a normal state. Reflex Pro users can also chart immersive data on the iPad.

Automated Detections with Reflex Pro

Reflex Pro users have a state-of-the-art feature in pupillometry, Automated Detection of pupillometric abnormalities. After a test, Reflex Pro will work in the background to determine if Anisocoria, Miosis, Mydriasis, Alpha-Omega Pupil, or Tonic Pupil was detected using our clinically validated detection models. If any are detected then Reflex Pro will present you with red text indicating the detected state. New detections and test methods are being added constantly and we will update you via email when they’re released.

Patient Trending with The Reflex Web Portal

Your Reflex Pro subscription comes standard with The Reflex Web Portal. This allows you to easily search your patient information from your desktop and conduct more detailed patient analytics. In The Reflex Web Portal you can select the patient you’d like to review and select the trending icon to start the in-browser control charting. You can select the tests you’d like to compare, specific parameters of interest, and the display method for your review. The Reflex Web Portal also allows you to conduct batch exporting in CSV and direct exporting to PDF to upload directly to your EMR of choice.

Convergence Testing With Reflex Pro

Reflex Pro now features a new testing mode for convergence which includes Near Point of Convergence (NPC) and Convergence Recovery Point (CRP) test methods. Use this automated distance measurement in coordination with Reflex Pro’s NPC sticker sheet to get fast and accurate convergence distances without the need for a ruler or estimation. Tap the circular button to start the test and simply have your patient follow the line on the NPC sticker and indicate when they see double (or blurry depending on your test preference). Then tap the circular button again to tell Reflex when to stop and give you the convergence value.

Resources