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10.06.2015

New reading test "may detect concussion"

A new reading test may be an effective means of detecting whether athletes are suffering from concussion immediately after a sporting injury, it has been claimed.

Experts at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have developed a simple reading test which can be conducted by... Read more


08.06.2015

New discovery into Fuchs dystrophy "may save corneas"

A new investigation into one of the major eye diseases, may help to reduce the need for patients to undergo corneal implants.

Experts at the Schepens Eye Research Institute have discovered that free radicals, which are unstable molecules that cause the death of cells as the body ages, may... Read more


05.06.2015

Irregular corneas "a major problem"

People who have irregular corneas may find that the condition makes it very difficult to find suitable vision correction products, it has been noted.

J Keith Lomas, group president and chief executive officer of UltraVision CLPL, pointed out that irregular corneas can be caused by a number... Read more


04.06.2015

DIY glaucoma test "a possibility"

Glaucoma tests which can be done at home may soon become a reality, according to a group of researchers in the US.

Experts at Duke University in North Carolina led by Dr Sanjay Asrani claim that a new device may enable glaucoma sufferers to find out in minutes whether the condition, which... Read more


04.06.2015

New eye technology monitors corneal distortions

A new type of technology is improving the way in which professionals diagnose eye conditions and prescribe patients, it has been claimed.

David Davis, of Vision Source in East Las Vegas, made the comments about iZon technology, which measures the corneal distortions of a patient"s eye and... Read more


04.06.2015

New treatment "kills contact lens bacteria"

A relatively new technique may be able to improve the way in which bacteria on contact lenses is killed, according to a team of experts in the US.

Research carried out by specialist at National Jewish Health and the University of Texas... Read more


03.06.2015

Survey highlights variation in contact lens opinion

There is a distinct variation in the opinion of global contact lens practitioners when it comes to the issue of biocompatibility, corneal staining and risk factors, a recent report has revealed.

According to the poll of 1,229 practitioners,... Read more


03.06.2015

Contact lens bacteria research "an important step"

A way of eradicating a bacterial infection associated with contact lenses is an important development in the field, one expert has noted.

Dr Jerry Nick, associate professor of medicine at National Jewish Health at University of Texas... Read more


02.06.2015

New lenses "will assist presbyopic people"

A range of contact lenses launched by Unilens will help to significantly assist people with presbyopia, or the inability to focus on close objects, according to one expert.

Michael Pecora, chief executive officer of Unilens Vision, said that... Read more


28.05.2015

Implantable contact lenses "a wise option"

People in search of a semi-permanent vision correction solution may find that implantable contact lenses are the answer to their problem, one expert has noted.

Dr Brian Bearie of the Grand Rapids Eye Institute performs the procedure for... Read more


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