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En-face OCT the newest technology in glaucoma management

Of the many technological innovations in terms of glaucoma detection and management, one of the latest advancements that has come up is the en-face OCT (Optical coherence tomography) imaging. This technology allows the clinician to visualize three-dimensional data in a fundus projection. Using this technique, particular retinal and/or choroidal layers …

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Oxymap for better glaucoma diagnosis

Glaucoma, a condition that causes damage to your eye’s optic nerve and gets worse over time has been one of the major causes of irreversible blindness. It is often associated with a buildup of pressure inside the eye and a slowly progressive disease and the most worrying factor is that …

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Get better results with adaptive optics technique

Among all the major ophthalmic related diseases, glaucoma is one of the world’s leading causes of irreversible blindness. Visualizing the optic nerve has been the basic requirement for detecting glaucoma. However, technology has played a major role in getting quicker diagnosis for glaucoma which is multi-factorial. In terms of glaucoma, …

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OCT an apt tool for glaucoma detection and management

Once detected with glaucoma, people generally tend to panic. According to the available medical history there isn’t a 100% cure for glaucoma, however with the coming up of advanced medical technology, early diagnosis and management of glaucoma is now possible. In the lines, one such new technology for detecting glaucoma, …

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Braille translator equipment to help visually impaired college students

For those visually impaired, education has been one of the major tool to become self-reliant and independent. However, getting higher education has been a major challenge for them due to lack of proper channel and availability of the means to pursue higher education. Analyzing all these problems through their decades …

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Visually impaired inmates of IDL.

MP3 player makes visually-impaired inmates of IDL confident and independent

For a visually-impaired person, going for a movie or for that matter studying and going to a normal school was something beyond one’s imagination. Without the help of a second person,who would read it out for them, it was impossible for them to go ahead with their studies. The advent …

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Technology has made differently-abled people’s life independent says Mr Mahantesh

Being differently abled is no hindrance for achieving greater heights. This has been aptly proved by Bengaluru based Mr Mahantesh G K, Founder and Managing Trustee of Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled . Despite losing his vision due to typhoid when he was hardly six months old, he still strived …

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Get affordable tech solution for differently-abled at Mobility India

Given the socio-economic conditions of people in India, getting an affordable user-friendly prosthetic and orthotic components for the differently-abled would be something beyond one’s pocket. Focusing on the need of people and the community, for over two decades Mobility India has been on the process of developing appropriate tech solutions …

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Sahaj Software Solutions showcase ‘Samvid’ -assistive technology for visually impaired

The plight of being visually impaired and differently-abled is something which only those undergoing the ordeal would understand. Right from doing their daily chores to simple things like boarding a bus if they have to go somewhere, they are dependent on others. Very few among us can only imagine how …

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Neurolite therapy- one effective way to treat diabetes

With the coming in of advanced technology, the entire healthcare sector has seen a sea change over the past few years. Adoption of these innovative technologies seems to have effectively reduced the pain and sufferings of patients. Light, which was known to mankind for over several years can now be …

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