Optometry

The impact of tech tools on optometry and the visually impaired  

This article written by Roland Mattern, Director of Marketing for eSight at Gentex Corporation, explores how rapid technological advancements are reshaping eye care, from AI-driven diagnostics to wearable devices, revolutionising treatment and enhancing...

HealthTech innovator set to achieve US milestone with its revolutionary retinal solutions

Remidio, a health technology innovator developing cutting-edge technology to combat global blindness from Diabetic Retinopathy, Glaucoma, AMD and Cataracts, is all set to achieve a significant milestone.  This quarter, Remidio, is excited to be placing...

Johnson & Johnson highlights commitment to transform treatment of retinal diseases at ARVO 2024 

Johnson & Johnson spotlighted its EYE-RD Global Registry at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) 2024 Annual Meeting held in Seattle in May.   The first-of-its-kind observational, non-interventional global IRD...

A clearer vision: Unlocking accessible diabetes care through smartphone technology 

In this article, Neal K. Shah, CEO of CareYaya Health Technologies, one of the fastest-growing HealthTech startups in the US, discusses the power of smartphones in innovating diabetes-related optometry.  As the media buzzes with the promise held by...

Revolutionising optometry through cutting-edge technology

In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare technology, advancements in optometry stand out as transformative, offering new hope and solutions to patients worldwide. Andy Hill, CEO at NuVision Biotherapies, discusses the intersection of technology and...

Ocutrx unveils OcuLenz AR/XR headset, aiding vision for patients with advanced macular degeneration 

Ocutrx Technologies, a leader in Augmented Reality (AR) and 3D technology for medical and surgical applications is pulling back the curtain on its latest innovation: OcuLenz, its groundbreaking Augmented Reality (AR) / Extended Reality (XR) headset. OcuLenz...

Cardiff University makes revolutionary development in nanotechnology 

A new method of controlling the shape of tiny particles – about one-tenth of the width of human hair – could make the technology powering our daily lives more stable and efficient, scientists at Cardiff University claim.  The process...

HelpMeSee launches simulation-based eye surgery training for phacoemulsification

HelpMeSee has launched its next-generation simulation-based training for phacoemulsification. With instructor-led sessions and haptic feedback, this first-of-its-kind eye surgery training creates an immersive experience with the look and feel of surgery in...

World’s smallest medical device to tackle NHS ophthalmology backlogs

Over two million people in the UK are living with sight loss. However, NHS backlogs are significantly impacting the quick treatment and diagnosis of them. To combat this, Glaukos has developed iStent inject, we hear more below… Today sees the...

NHS Scotland must maintain its focus on vital ophthalmology innovation

Robert Rea, Head of Innovation at InnoScot Health, speaks to us about the importance of ophthalmology innovation for the future of NHS Scotland and looks at what can be achieved, in this sector, through collaboration. Amid ongoing post-pandemic challenges...

New high-tech imaging reveals details about a rare eye disorder

Using a new imaging technique, researchers from the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the National Institutes of Health, has determined that retinal lesions from vitelliform macular dystrophy (VMD) vary by a gene mutation. Addressing these differences...