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New Handheld Device Keeps IOP Measurement on Target

The lightweight rebound tonometer from Reichert gives real-time user feedback to ensure accurate placement, the company says.
May 17, 2024

Not All Screen Time Is Created Equal

Moderate usage may not be harmful and might even improve some aspects of vision, study suggests.
September 28, 2023

Digital Device for Amblyopia Helps Improve VA and Binocularity

As a bonus, treatments can be done at home.
October 14, 2022

DR Screening Using AI Comparable to Retinal Specialists

While the EyeArt System provides immediate determination of more-than-mild disease, its level of specificity may lead to over-referral.
October 4, 2022

New Portable Osmometer Now Available

Trukera Medical, formerly known as TearLab, says its ScoutPro osmolarity system helps increase the convenience and efficiency of dry eye screening.
October 3, 2022

Survey Says ODs Will Prefer Using AI as Second Opinion

Clinicians reported believing that the future technology will aid in detecting retinal disease but not in determining an initial diagnosis.
August 9, 2022

Eye Test App Shows Fairly Accurate Results

Study shows results comparable to the Rosenbaum card and suggests it’s suitable for telemedicine use.
June 17, 2022

AI Allows For Simple Glaucoma Staging System

Based on visual field data, this method was able to distinguish between four severity levels based on MD thresholds with 94% accuracy.
June 9, 2022

iPhone Modification Allows Easier Demodex Diagnosis

Taping one or more discarded IOLs to a smartphone creates a quick and reliable screening tool well-suited for remote, underserved areas.
April 5, 2022

AI, Experts in Agreement on AMD Disease Activity

An autonomous system could play a key role in easing pressure on providers from an increasing number of patients expected in the future.
April 1, 2022