In the health care market, new technologies like apps, wearables and software services are growing at an exponential rate. Here’s a look at 6 innovations that could change the face of ophthalmology.
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Active 73-year-old David Hibler, Sr., saw ophthalmologist Michael Feilmeier, MD, due to rapid, unpredictable changes in his vision. He quickly learned he was at risk of suffering a major stroke.
Dr. Rahul Bhola discusses the 2017 U.S. Preventive Services Task Force guidelines, which recommends yearly screening in children aged 3 to 5. Read
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