Many pediatricians’ offices across the country are now offering the Enfant Pediatric VEP Vision Testing System as part of their preventative healthcare arsenal.
- Is a high-tech, clinically proven vision test now available in many pediatricians’ offices.
- Is a non-invasive, child-friendly medical device that tests for visual deficits in even pre-verbal children as young as six months of age.
- Uses technology called Visual Evoked Potential (VEP), which evaluates the child’s response to an external stimulus to test what the brain is seeing. Through VEP, the Enfant is able to identify vision deficits that a physician might not otherwise detect during more conventional, subjective eye exams.
- The first and only pediatric vision test of its kind, the Enfant delivers 97 percent sensitivity in detecting visual deficits.
- The test can be easily incorporated into a child’s routine pediatrician “well” visit and can be completed in five to seven minutes.
- Features animated characters and graphics accompanied by music.
- In most cases, the test is reimbursable by insurance.