GP Microvascular

Simple check for cardiovascular disease? Take a photo of your eyes

Introducing the Eyetelligence GP Microvascular eyescan, the latest in AI technology to assess your risk for vascular disease (including heart attack and stroke), using only a retinal image. It’s quick, easy and no blood tests are required.

Cardiovascular disease kills 1 in 4 Australians – that’s 1 person, every 12 minutes.* Know your risk and take action.

Early detection is key and it’s never been easier.

  1. a photo will be taken of your eyes, similar to having this done at an optometrist.
  2. the software scans your photo for features of cardiovascular disease.
  3. receive a report for your level of risk for developing cardiovascular disease within the next 5 years.
  4. discuss the results with your GP and steps you can take to mitigate your risk

Peace of mind and a take home report

Discuss the results with your doctor, then take home your easy to understand report and talk to your family about positive steps you can take to make a difference. The report shows your retinal age compared to your biological age, as well as your 5-year risk of developing cardiovascular events as a percentage. The report also gives you a comparison health status against other people with a similar age and gender to you.

Easy to track your progress

GP Microvascular makes it simple for non-invasive, regular monitoring and the opportunity for early intervention. In addition, the software can also analyse for features of the three leading causes of blindness; glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and AMD. These results are included in your report.

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Gap between ‘retinal age’ and real age may signal likelihood of death

Insight magazine explores the research published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology.