Alcon launches breakthrough Vivity IOL in Australia

Alcon has officially ushered in what some Australian ophthalmologists are calling a new class in presbyopia-correcting intraocular lens (IOL) technology due to its ability to negate visual disturbances – the bane of many EDOF and multifocal IOL designs. Read more

New Topcon software harmonises imaging devices

Multinational ophthalmic device company Topcon has expanded its footprint in Australia with the introduction of a business segment overseeing the roll out of a new software platform that connects all ophthalmic imaging devices regardless of the manufacturer.

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AI retinopathy screening cheaper than human grading

A new study suggests that deep learning systems (DLS) would eliminate two minutes of human labour required to grade diabetic retinopathy images, however a semi-automated model is most cost-effective, saving national health systems up to 20% on screening costs. Read more