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The blog on digital ophthalmology regularly reports on exciting developments from the digital transformation of ophthalmology. 

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Digital Ophthalmology - A Path to Sustainability?

Sustainability has also become a prominent topic in ophthalmology. But what does this actually mean? Does it always require major changes or can each individual contribute to it? And what is the significance of digitalization in ophthalmology? We talk about these topics in our interview with Inger Lüdeke.

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5 Digital Trends In Ophthalmology You Should Not Miss

Digital technologies are expanding and complementing more and more examination techniques in ophthalmology. "Digital technologies" is a somewhat fuzzy term in this context. In this article, we bring some order to the different digital technologies in ophthalmology.

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12 digital startups in ophthalmology you shouldn't miss!

Digital startups will significantly change the landscape of ophthalmology in the future - we're sure of it! That's why we set out to find the 12 startups we think you shouldn't miss! We found great digital products and ideas that can really make ophthalmology better in the future! Have fun reading!


Too many intravitreal injections? Swiss start-up Ophthorobotics is building a robot that will do it for you!

The demand for intravitreal injections of anti-VEGF agents, for example, is increasing with the aging of the population - in some countries to such an extent that it can no longer be covered by physicians. While in some countries the injections are now performed by medical assistants, in other countries these injections must be performed by physicians. The Swiss start-up Ophthorobotics is developing a robot that automatically performs intravitreal injections.


How can I shorten my re(fr)action time? Glasspop has the solution!

In the clinical, ophthalmologic daily routine, often a lot of time and personnel resources are spent on the subjective refraction of the patients. The French start-up Glasspop, founded by two ophthalmologists, has now developed a digital solution - the self-refraction. The fact that this works well is proven by about 5000 subjective refractions performed by patients themselves every day.