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A multi-site clinical study comparing the COMPASS and other technologies, demonstrated the Fundus Automated Perimetry to have better test-retest outcomes and similar diagnostic precision.
Ophthalmology; Article in press.
Fixation changes in glaucoma are generally overlooked, as they are not strikingly evident as in macular diseases. Fundus perimetry might give additional insights into this aspect, along with traditional perimetric measures. A study on fixation behaviours using data by COMPASS Fundus Automated Perimeter.
BMC Ophthalmology201818:191; Published: 3 August 2018
Review of COMPASS literature, comparing its performances against Humphrey Field Analyzer. Results of the review show that the two systems are interchangeable, as the difference of their global indices is largely inferior than test -retest variability for HFA.
EJO | European Journal of Ophthalmology 1–10; 17 January 2018 
Poster n. P2.067 – To compare the intraobserver and the interobserver agreement and the accuracy of classification of optic disc automatic high definition multicolor stereophotographs vs digital monoscopic photographs by glaucoma specialists and by general ophthalmologists.
Abstract from the 2018 EGS Congress 
Poster n. P2.054 – To evaluate relative diagnostic precision of the COMPASS (CMP, CenterVue, Italy) fundus perimeter and the Humphrey Field Analyzer (HFA, Zeiss, Dublin) in detecting glaucomatous optic neuropathy (GON).
Abstract from the 2018 EGS Congress 
A paper comparing the performance of COMPASS fundus automated perimetry (FAP) and Humphrey Field Analyzer (HFA) in glaucoma patients.
Eur J Ophthalmology 2016; 00 (00); 000-000. DOI:10.5301/ejo.5000821. 
Comparison of a new visual field analyser, COMPASS, that included an eye tracking and scanning ophthalmoloscopy to Humphrey visual field analyser (HFA).
Abstracts from the 2016 European Association for Vision and Eye Research Conference 
Poster n. 16 – To compare the results obtained using the Glaucoma Staging System 2 (GSS 2) in a cohort of subjects tested both with a new perimeter, the COMPASS, and the Humphrey Field Analyzer (HFA)
Abstract from the 2016 IPS Congress 
Poster n. P3.3 – To study the features of fixation in a population of normal and glaucomatous patients using COMPASS, a novel, fully automated device consisting in a scanning ophthalmoscope combined with an automated perimeter and a retinal tracker (CENTERVUE S.p.A., Padova, Italy).
Abstract from the 2016 EGS Congress 
Evaluation of COMPASS, a new instrument for glaucoma screening and diagnosis that combines scanning ophthalmoscopy, automated perimetry, and eye tracking.
PLOS ONE | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0122157 March 25, 2015 
COMPASS characteristics define a new role for stereoscopic photography as a method to be used alongside OCT, to improve the capabilities of diagnosis and monitoring the course of glaucoma.
Dr Francesco Oddone, MD, PhD – OTE, Issue: July 2018
Glaucoma needs better, faster and more accurate diagnostic and disease monitoring methods than the current gold standard, perimetry. Can a new technology combination, COMPASS Fundus Automated Perimetry (FAP), point the way to better outcomes? Francesco Oddone (Head of the Glaucoma Unit, IRCCS Fondazione G.B. Bietti, Rome, Italy) shares his experience.
BY Dr. Francesco Oddone – The Ophthalmologist, Issue: May 2018 
Industry continues to offer choices in perimetry technologies….Fundus perimetry has also gained traction in glaucoma management (CENTERVUE) after initial use in assessing macular pathology.
By Anmol Lamba, MD and Iqbal “Ike” K. Ahmed, MD -Ophthalmology Management, Volume: 20, Issue: November 2016, page(s): 20, 23-25 
The Fundus Automated Perimetry (FAP) COMPASS imaging system, by CENTERVUE, captures threshold visual field images and fundus photos.
BY MURRAY FINGERET, O.D., F.A.A.O. – Optometric Management, Volume: 51, Issue: March 2016
A new fundus perimetry device could provide reduced test-retest variability, increased sensitivity, higher accuracy, and simultaneous structure-function assessment.
By Nancy Groves, Murray Fingeret OD, Luca Rossetti MD – Ophthalmology Times, Issue: January 01, 2016
An overview on the development, evaluation, and validation of new visual field procedures for characterizing and monitoring glaucomatous damage. COMPASS refines microperimetry for evaluating glaucomatous visual fields, permitting a better functional assessment.
BY CHRIS A. JOHNSON, PhD, DSc – GLAUCOMA TODAY, November/December 2015 
|Projection field||30° (radius)|
|Background luminance||31.4 asb|
|Maximum luminance||10000 asb|
|Dynamic range||0 - 50 dB|
|Stimulus size||Goldmann III (26”)|
|Stimulus duration||200 ms|
|Test Strategies||ZEST, 4-2, Supra-threshold|
|Threshold tests||30-2, 24-2, 10-2|
|Fixation control||25 Hz automated retinal Tracking|
|Foveal threshold testing|
|Automatic pupil size measurement|
|Field of view||60° (diameter) [Center of Eye Angle of 90° (H)]|
|Bi-focal Stereo Image of the ONH|
|Sensor resolution||5 Mpixel (2592x1944)|
|Light source||infrared (825-870 nm) and white LED (440-650 nm)|
|Imaging modalities||color, infrared, red-free|
|Size||H 620 X W 590 X D 360 mm|
|Power||100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz|
|Automatic operation||auto-alignment, autofocus, auto-retinal tracking, auto-pupil tracking, auto-exposure, auto-capture|
|Non-mydriatic operation||minimum pupil size 3 mm|
|Working distance||28 mm|
|Auto-focusing adjustment range||-12D to +15D|
|Fixation target||programmable, internal|
|User interface||Tablet operated, with multi-touch, color display|
|Ethernet connection through device|
|DICOM support||modality worklist|
|Hard disk||SSD, 256 GB|