My new gadget: the MYAH

Sarah Farrant tells of her experience using a new instrument aimed at assisting with myopia management as well as dry eye assessment

The launch of a new concept is always an exciting time for someone who thrives on gadgets. The prospect of opening the box and working out where in the practice to locate the shiny new machine always raises my excitement. Knowing that I am investing in my practice, my patients and myself is for me an essential part of who I am as a practitioner. Getting my hands on the MYAH from Topcon Healthcare (Tokyo, Japan) was one such moment.

The concept of the MYAH is simple: take the two most interesting specialisms currently receiving elevated levels of interest and provide a compact, succinct, fast and accurate device. It generates all the data you could need, and more, to provide specialised care.

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