ForeseeHome™ - AMD Monitoring Program

Case Studies

Early Detection Leads to Early Treatment and Maintained Good Vision

Chesterfield, MO - After monitoring a patient for over a year with ForeseeHome, the Notal Vision Data Monitoring Center registered an alert in late 2012. The patient went to her retina specialist right away for an exam which confirmed CNV in her left eye. At the time, she was asymptomatic and had a VA of 20/25. The ForeseeHome helped her doctor detect wet AMD early and start treatment right away, maintaining  the patient’s good vision.

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Notal Vision Case Study
ForeseeHome Alert Helps Physician Catch Wet AMD Early

Baltimore, MD - After this patient had been using the ForeseeHome for over a year, she and her physician received an alert call from the Notal Vision Data Monitoring Center.  She went in for an exam right away and an OCT confirmed the development of wet AMD in her left eye.  At the time of the alert, the patient was asymtopmatic and her VA was 20/40.  With the help of the ForeseeHome, her physician was able to detect and treat the lesion early, saving her from vision loss related to wet AMD.

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ForeseeHome Alert Helps Physician Catch Wet AMD
The ForeseeHome Helps Detect Wet AMD That Was Not Present Just 13 Days Prior

Baltimore, MD - A patient had been using the ForeseeHome for over 7 months and went to her retina specialist for a routine exam on at which time he saw no wet AMD present. Only 13 days after she had shown no sign of neovascular AMD on her FA and OCT, the ForeseeHome triggered an alert for possible development of wet AMD which was confirmed upon examination, FA and OCT.

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Detecting Wet AMD Early


ForeseeHome Helps Doctor Identify and Treat Wet AMD Early

Nashville, TN - A patient was prescribed the ForeseeHome in September 2010.  After some serious health issues left him hospitalized for three months, he resumed testing in November 2011.  One month later, he and his physician received an alert call from the Notal Vision Data Monitoring Center.  The patient went in for an exam the next day, and an OCT and FA confirmed wet AMD in his left eye.  At this time, his VA was 20/40+2,  Treatment was initiated that day.  Two months later, his vision had improved to 20/25-2.  With the help of the ForeseeHome, his doctor was able to identify and treat wet AMD at an early stage with an excellent outcome.

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Doctor Identifies and Treats Wet AMD Early
The ForeseeHome Helps Detect CNV at Early Stage

Fairfax, VA - The ForeseeHome Helps Detect CNV at Early StageOn December 25, 2011, after almost 8 months of testing with the ForeseeHome AMD Monitor, the patient and her physician received an alert call from the Notal Vision Data Monitoring Center.  She was brought in for an exam on December 27th.  At this time, the doctor determined that she had not converted to wet AMD but scheduled her for a follow up exam 4 weeks later.  At the follow up exam on January 26th, her OCT did indicate neovascular AMD, correllating with changes in her ForeseeHome results and second alert on January 27th.

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Detect CNV at Early Stage
Early Detection and Treatment Preserve Patient’s Vision

Shawnee, KS - Early Detection and Treatment Preserve Patient's VisionA dry AMD patient received an alert from the Notal Vision Data Monitoring Center after using the ForeseeHome for about a month and a half.  She immediately scheduled an appointment with her retina specialist and an OCT and FA confirmed that she had indeed converted to wet AMD.  At the time of the alert, the patient had noticed minimal visual change and had not identified any significant change on her Amsler grid.  Additionally, her visual acuity had not changed (20/30).  With the help of the ForeseeHome, her physician was able to treat the lesion at the earliest possible stage and preserve the patient’s good vision.

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 Preserve Patient's Vision with Early Detection

Wet AMD Detected Early with the Help of the ForeseeHome

Chevy Chase, MD - ForeseeHome Age Relate Macular Degeneration Home Monitoring System Case StudyA patient had been using the ForeseeHome AMD Monitoring Program for about a month when they received an alert call from the Notal Vision Data Monitoring Center.  Although the patient still had a visual acuity of 20/25 and saw no distortion on the Amsler Grid, an examination by her retina specialist confirmed the conversion from dry to wet AMD.  The patient was treated right away and has shown no loss of vision.

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 Wet AMD Detected Early

ForeseeHome Detects Visual Changes Associated with AMD

New Brunswick, NJ - ForeseeHome Age Relate Macular Degeneration Home Monitoring System Case StudyAfter using the ForeseeHome daily for about 3 months, a patient received an alert from the Notal Vision Data Monitoring Center. He immediately saw his retina specialist where it was confirmed that he had converted from dry to wet AMD. At the time of the alert, the patient had excellent 20/20 acuity and was asymptomatic, exhibiting no visual changes on the Amsler Grid. The ForeseeHome detected the visual changes that allowed the patient to be treated before the lesion progressed, preserving his vision.

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 Detecing Visual Changes in AMD


ForeseeHome Allows Doctor to Catch AMD Conversion Early

New Brunswick, NJ - ForeseeHome Age Relate Macular Degeneration Home Monitoring System Case StudyAfter using the ForeseeHome regularly for 6 months, a patient received an alert from the Notal Vision Data Monitoring Center. A visit to his retina specialist confirmed that he had converted from dry to wet AMD. At this time, the patient was asymptomatic and his visual acuity had not changed (20/40). Thanks to the ForeseeHome, his doctor was able to catch the conversion early and start treatment immediately, before the patient lost vision.

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 Catch AMD Conversion Early
ForeseeHome Alert Aids in Early Detection of Wet AMD

New Brunswick, NJ - ForeseeHome Alert Aids in Early Detection of Wet AMDA patient had been using the ForeseeHome AMD Monitor for almost 7 months when he received an alert call from the Notal Vision Data Monitoring Center.  Although he was asymptomatic at the time of the alert and his visual acuity had not changed (20/40), an exam by his retina specialist confirmed the conversion to wet AMD in his right eye.  With the help of the ForeseeHome, the doctor was able to start treatment immediately, preserving the patient’s vision and his quality of life.

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 Aid in Early Detection of Wet AMD