If you’ve recently added the AdaptDx Pro for dark adaptation screening to your practice, or are considering it, bear in mind that the device’s on-board intelligent assistant, called Theia, now speaks multiple languages, MacuLogix announced. Theia guides patients through the test with instructions and cues to maintain attention. Your tech can operate the device in one language while selecting a different one for the patient to experience, Maculogix says. 

Language options now include English, North American Spanish, European Spanish, French, Italian, German and Canadian French. Theia is also available with a British and Australian accent.  Tailoring patient instructions to their native language improves communication, understanding and trust, Maculogix says.

For more information, visit www.maculogix.com.