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Artificial Intelligence, Tele-ophthalmology, and IoT to Drive the Ophthalmic Diagnostic and Monitoring Devices Market

” Conventional ophthalmic diagnostic devices are bulky and non-portable, take a long time for analysis, require expertise, are uncomfortable for patients, and require frequent visits to the clinic or hospital,” said Dr. Sneha Maria Mariawilliam, Technical Insights Senior Research Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “Going forward, these emerging technologies will support ophthalmologists in better understanding of diseases, taking rapid clinical decisions, and also improving patient compliance and access to eye care, while obtaining better clinical outcomes .

Source: Artificial Intelligence, Tele-ophthalmology, and IoT to Drive the Ophthalmic Diagnostic and Monitoring Devices Market