Peristat Visual Field Test​

  • Online vision testing is NOT a substitute for a routine eye doctor visit or exam
  • Online vision testing is NOT intended nor indicated for the diagnosis, screening or prevention of any disease
  • Online vision testing is to be used with the guidance and review of your doctor. The should not be used exclusively nor should they be relied upon for primary screening and diagnosis - in accordance with existing FDA Guidance

Are there hidden blind spots in your vision?
Is your optic nerve function healthy? Peristat can help…

You will need a referral code from your doctor to take the test

The Importance of Peripheral Sight

20/20 vision does not always mean healthy eyes. In fact, many people with glaucoma, retinal detachment, stroke or other vision-threatening conditions can have significant visual impairment despite 20/20 reading vision. Hidden blind spots can go unnoticed in the corner of our sight for quite some time unless we pay close attention to what’s happening in the peripheral part of our visual field – a part that accounts for more than 80% of our retinal and optic nerve function.

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What is Peristat

  • Online vision testing is NOT a substitute for a routine eye doctor visit or exam
  • Online vision testing is NOT intended nor indicated for the diagnosis, screening or prevention of any disease
  • Online vision testing is to be used with the guidance and review of your doctor. The should not be used exclusively nor should they be relied upon for primary screening and diagnosis - in accordance with existing FDA Guidance

Peristat is a 5-minute online test of your visual field function to check for hidden blind spots. Similar to a test eye doctors routinely use in their offices called perimetry, Peristat is an online home test of your peripheral visual function. Delivered via the KeepYourSight telemedicine platform, in clinical studies Peristat has detected moderate to severe visual field defects with high accuracy1,2

Peristat is an advanced virtual perimetry test of your peripheral vision. It has the following components:

  • Perimetry testing of up to 24 degrees of visual field
  • Contrast sensitivity mapping of the visual field
  • Multi-level threshold retinal contrast stimulation and interrogation
  • Advanced reliability care management with gaze fixation assurance and false positives/ false-negative registration

Who can take Peristat

  • Online vision testing is NOT a substitute for a routine eye doctor visit or exam
  • Online vision testing is NOT intended nor indicated for the diagnosis, screening or prevention of any disease
  • Online vision testing is to be used with the guidance and review of your doctor. The should not be used exclusively nor should they be relied upon for primary screening and diagnosis - in accordance with existing FDA Guidance
Telemedicine enables anyone with an access to a computer or mobile device to take a Peristat vision test anytime, anywhere. Results are reviewed and graded by the participating doctor of your choice. Your participating doctor will provide you with a referral code – you need this code in order to register with KeepYourSight.

How do I start?

Please contact your eye doctor for a referral code. If your doctor has not yet signed up for the KeepYourSight platform, he/she will need to contact us. Once you have the code, you can register with a quick 2-step process. You can start testing right away after you register. Your information is confidential and your eye doctor will email the results, along with any other helpful information.

Important Disclaimer

While telemedicine and online vision testing is increasingly popular today, please read our important disclaimers below:
  • Online vision testing is NOT a substitute for a routine eye doctor visit or exam
  • Online vision testing is NOT intended nor indicated for the diagnosis, screening or prevention of any disease
  • Online vision testing is to be used with the guidance and review of your doctor. They should not be used exclusively nor should they be relied upon for primary screening and diagnosis – in accordance with existing  FDA Guidance