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FDA Approves Glenmark’s Ophthalmic Solution for Glaucoma, Bioequivalent to Abbvie's Combigan
FDA Approves Glenmark’s Ophthalmic Solution for Glaucoma, Bioequivalent to Abbvie's Combigan May 17, 2024 Glenmark Pharmaceuticals has received final approval by the FDA for Brimonidine Tartrate and Timolol Maleate Ophthalmic Solution, 0.2%|0.5% for glaucoma treatment.
Scientists Develop Eye-Tracking Smart Contact Lenses with Radio Frequency Tags
Scientists Develop Eye-Tracking Smart Contact Lenses with Radio Frequency Tags May 16, 2024 Scientists from Nanjing, China, have developed a novel eye-tracking smart contact lenses based on radio frequency tags, offering diverse applications in health care and augmented reality (AR).
Breakthrough Smart Contact Lens Measures Eye Pressure in All Temperatures
Breakthrough Smart Contact Lens Measures Eye Pressure in All Temperatures May 10, 2024 Researchers have developed a prototype "smart" contact lens that accurately measures eye pressure regardless of temperature, according to a study in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.

 

Industry News

Reichert Technologies Introduces Tono-Vera Tonometer with ActiView
Reichert Technologies Introduces Tono-Vera Tonometer with ActiView May 17, 2024 Reichert Technologies announced the launch of the Tono-Vera Tonometer with ActiView Positioning System in the United States.
FDA Grants De Novo Authorization for Notal Vision’s Scanly Home OCT Device
FDA Grants De Novo Authorization for Notal Vision’s Scanly Home OCT Device May 17, 2024 Notal Vision announced that the FDA has granted De Novo authorization for its patient self-operated Scanly Home OCT device.
Haag-Streit Unveils 3D Imaging Option for the Imaging Module 910
Haag-Streit Unveils 3D Imaging Option for the Imaging Module 910 May 16, 2024 Haag-Streit has launched the Imaging Module 910 3D, a significant advancement in ophthalmic imaging technology.

Ophthalmic Research News

Limiting Certain Light Exposure Can Help Prevent Inherited Retinal Dystrophy
Limiting Certain Light Exposure Can Help Prevent Inherited Retinal Dystrophy May 20, 2024 Researchers develop iPS cells from EYS-associated retinal dystrophy patients and convert them into retinal organoids to investigate IRDs' root cause.
Novel Resin Technology Could Improve 3D Printing of Intraocular Devices
Novel Resin Technology Could Improve 3D Printing of Intraocular Devices May 20, 2024 Researchers at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have made a groundbreaking advance in ocular device technology with the development of a novel resin suitable for 3D printing intraocular devices.
Wayne State University Secures $2.1M Grant for Diabetes-Related Eye Study
Wayne State University Secures $2.1M Grant for Diabetes-Related Eye Study May 17, 2024 National Eye Institute awards $2.1 million grant to Wayne State University for research on reversing diabetes-related eye damage.

Ophthalmic Blog

6 Tips on How to Choose the Right Artificial Tears for Dry Eyes
6 Tips on How to Choose the Right Artificial Tears for Dry Eyes May 17, 2024 Dry eyes can be an irritating and persistent problem for many individuals, leading to discomfort and potential vision issues if left untreated.
Understanding Retinopathy of Prematurity: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments
Understanding Retinopathy of Prematurity: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments May 10, 2024 Retinopathy of Prematurity is one of the critical challenges in neonatal care, especially for the premature babies born before 31 weeks of gestation and known as a grams weighing less than 1,500.
Photophobia in Ophthalmology: Causes and Management Strategies
Photophobia in Ophthalmology: Causes and Management Strategies May 06, 2024 Photophobia, or sensitivity to light, is a common condition characterized by discomfort or pain in response to exposure to light.
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