Three approaches for continuous IOP monitoring are being explored to find an ideal device that would accurately measure 24-hour IOP without IOP measurement noise, contact lens intolerance or other issues, Arthur J. Sit, SM, MD, said.
“We may just be getting to the point now with miniaturization, particularly driven by the computer industry, where we could potentially have clinically suitable devices,” Dr. Sit said at [a recent professional meeting].
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