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Company chooses AAO 2018 at which to announce the launch of its new business
Tangible Science, LLC is launching its new Hydra-PEG contact lens coating technology at the Global Specialty Lens Symposium in Las Vegas
Case series of 42 Pseudophakic eyes shows mean medicated intraocular pressure decrease of 6.64 mm Hg in 21 eyes at two years
New Study of 59,000 patients, presented at EASDec 2016, showed EyeArt 2.0 demonstrating 91 Percent Sensitivity and 90.8 Percent Specificity
Automated system increases capability and enhances screening sensitivity
Device promises 360 degree simultaneous capsulotomy in milliseconds
Acquisition adds global rights to XEN45, a minimally invasive implantable shunt for Glaucoma
New iStent derivative aiming to be smallest device ever approved by FDA
Test for Dry Eye Syndrome targeted by newly expanded collaboration which aims to accelerate US clearance
The U.S. FDA has approved the first implantable device for correction of near vision in patients who have not had cataract surgery
BioLight Life Sciences is to enter a strategic partnership that will significantly advance its prospects in the Chinese market
A newly completed U.S. clinical study might pave the way for a new diagnostic test for dry eye syndrome.
Iridex says its Cyclo G6™ Laser System is the first designed solely for use in treating glaucoma and its symptoms.
New retinal scanning technology means “what was once a dream, is now a reality.”
A study into Bionic Vision Australia’s bionic eye implant has exceeded the expectations of its developers and has been presented at this week’s The Eye and the Chip World Congress on Artificial Vision.