Home monitoring patients for AMD: Targeting CNV
Technology can track the progression of retinal abnormalities
Depth-of-focus enhancement makes target easier to hit
Lens an option for complicated eyes, astigmatism, monovision candidates.
Virtual reality simulator will boost vitreoretinal surgery training
Pilot study shows promise of teaching surgeons with technology.
AI: Capturing more information from OCT in wet AMD
Anat Loewenstein, MD, MHA, discusses how artificial intelligence can optimize optical coherence tomography.
CRISPR technology: A hot topic in gene therapy
Cotargeted therapy could help combat inherited retinal diseases.
Bausch + Lomb: clinical trial, pipeline updates for 2021
Four tips for growing a proactive practice
Taking control of a practice’s future with investment, creative thinking
Heru partners with Vision Source on commercial availability of wearable diagnostic, VF app
Heru Inc., announced Thursday that it has partnered with Vision Source on the commercial availability launch of re:Vive, a wearable diagnostics and visual field application.
Teleglaucoma: Practice survival in the COVID-19 era
Telemedicine provides readiness in time of crisis.
Posterior corneal elevation: Is there a role for premium IOLs?
Trifocal IOLs can, if implanted with caution, be suitable for patients with keratoconus.
Refining surgical procedures with cloud-based analytical software
Mitch Shultz, MD, speaks on the capabilities of a cloud-based database system to look at energy-fluid metrics, provide surgeons with the capacity to refine procedures and give patients better outcomes.
Outcomes of LASIK utilising new topography-integrated aberrometer
Colman R. Kraff, MD, shares highlights of a study evaluating the safety and efficacy of the use of the iDesign 2.0 Refractive Studio for the treatment of patients with hyperopia and myopia.
Improving macular pathology detection in telemedicine screening
Dual imaging may reduce costs, unnecessary referrals, telehealth study results show.
MIGS helping to personalize glaucoma surgery options
Although minimally invasive procedure gives hope, additional research is required.
Vision simulator provides preoperative glimpse at postoperative eyesight
Holographic technology offers after-surgery glimpse for surgeons, patients.
App helps patients with cataracts have smoother surgery process
Technology enables physicians to provide and receive important information more quickly.
Natural language processing pairs with big data curation
Knowledge of tools used in data interpretation helps clinicians trust accuracy of findings.
Predicting pandemics with early warning system
MedShr Insights has developed an early warning system that applies natural language processing, artificial intelligence, and machine learnings.
Ophthalmology: A pioneer in the field of artificial intelligence
Retinal imaging tests are providing material to train and test decision-support systems.
Touchless technology could enable early detection, treatment of eye diseases that cause blindness
According to investigators, the new technology is designed to detect telltale signs of major blinding diseases in retinal blood and tissue that typically go unseen until it is too late.
AI predictive ability benefits from free text data in EHRs
Physicians are finding a wealth of information that is readily available.
Future looks promising for telemedicine
Amid pandemic, physicians and patients have embraced technology.
Looking to the future of cataract surgery
In recognition of Cataract Awareness Month.
Light adjustable IOLs: Treat patients with Star Trek-like technology
Lens option can correct for surgically induced astigmatism or an inaccurate position.
Home IOP monitoring may be aftereffect of COVID-19 pandemic
Option could prove to enhance safety for both patients and staff.
The use of MIGS trends and patterns in the US
Use of such procedures increased markedly in analysis of IRIS Registry Data.
Increasing number of Americans prefer telehealth, poll finds
More Americans have used and continue to use teleheath for mental health care. according to a recent online poll by the American Psychiatric Association.
Big Brother is watching: Technology is looking out for me
A word from Chief Medical Editor Peter J. McDonnell, MD.
Taking a step forward in glaucoma patient care
Virtual reality, home visual field testing offer new options for physicians.
Presbyopia-correcting IOL with nondiffractive design offers gains
Intermediate/near vision improvements are achieved without compromising distance vision.
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