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FDA approves wireless contact lens sensor

FDA approves wireless contact lens sensor

FDA approves wireless contact lens sensor. Triggerfish allows monitoring of eye pressure for 24 hours. ... In eye care Novartis has licensed the rights to Google's smart lens technology and is developing it for use in diabetes and presbyopia, with

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    For example, a pressure sensor in a smart contact lens monitors and controls intra-ocular pressure levels as well as identifies early cases of glaucoma. ... Smart devices and immersive technologies are providing more portability, insights and contextual

  • Wearables: the tangible product of the patient revolution Wearables: the tangible product of the patient revolution

    The launch of Apple's first 'smart watch' in April is set to herald a new era in the so-called 'wearables' sector. ... This includes one trial with its Google Glass device to help patients with Parkinson's - it is also working with Novartis to develop a

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    Its smart lens technology, developed in partnership with the most popular search engine and general innovation specialists, utilises IoT to monitor circulating blood sugar levels via a contact lens. ... These results could be reported to

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