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Search Results - Tech, October 2018

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Urine dipstick test detects cause of disease that blinds millions

Scripps Research Institute scientists have developed a urine test for detecting parasitic worms that cause a blinding disease believed to currently affect up to 120 million people. Read more »

Wireless implant able to track eye pressure in real time

California Institute of Technology (Caltech) researchers have engineered an eye implant that can detect and wirelessly transmit eye pressure data. Read more »

Zeiss reveals new diagnostic tech

Medical tech company Zeiss has unveiled its latest digital diagnostic technology for retinal diseases and glaucoma. Read more »

AMD implant achieves sustained drug delivery for six months

Some patients with neovascular age-related macular degeneration may soon be able to skip monthly anti-VEGF injections, following positive results from a Phase II trial of a new drug delivery system. Read more »

Colour-changing sensor can detect signs of eye damage

A new point-of-care colour-changing sensor that can rapidly detect a key indicator of eye trauma could soon improve outcomes for patients. Read more »

Algorithm able to diagnose AMD as well as human specialists

An artificial intelligence (AI) machine-learning algorithm can detect age-related macular degeneration (AMD) as accurately as human specialists, Johns Hopkins University researchers have said. Read more »


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