We are very pleased to announce the launch of the new Titmus VSeries V2 and V4 Vision Screeners. We know that our customers are very excited about the new product and have been eagerly awaiting the product availability. This is a great time for us and we are excited and eager to meet the demand from the market for a new vision screening instrument. Please note details about the launch as listed below.
Old/New Vision Screener Family Comparison
- The new Titmus VSeries family of instruments will eventually replace the current TitmusiSeries and Model 2 family of vision screeners. Peripheral vision screening is now a standard feature on all models.
- Available Slide Sets & Accessories remain the same – Occupational, TNO Occupational, Professional, Aeromedical, Pediatric, School, Preschool and Driver Education.
Titmus 2 Models: 2a, 2a-P, 2s, 2s-P
TitmusiSeries Models: Titmusi250, Titmusi200
- We plan to discontinue production of all above listed instruments by end MAY 2010, 3 months after the launch of the new products. The Titmus i500 Model was discontinued December 31, 2009.
- The Titmus i400 Model with the natural line-of-sight testing feature will NOT be discontinued.
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The following ICD-9 Codes support the medical necessity for the use of a spirometer. They include, but are not limited to:
The following common procedure terminology codes (CPT Codes) describe the various spirometric procedures and the national average reimbursement amount. They include, but are not limited to:
The following common procedure terminology codes (CPT Codes) describe the various resting electrocardiograph procedures and the national average reimbursement amount.
Electrocardiography ICD-9 Codes
The following ICD-9 Codes support the medical necessity for the use of an electrocardiograph. They include, but are not limited to: