Invited to Cambridge Lifesciences Cluster!

EyeCheckup Invited to Cambridge Lifesciences Cluster!

EyeCheckup Invited to Cambridge Lifesciences Cluster!As a finalist of Cambridge Life Sciences Market Access Programme, EyeCheckup have been invited the Cambridge Life Sciences Sector, Europe’s most productive life sciences cluster by Locate Cambridge. We plan to leverage this opportunity to continue our path towards excellence in our product through Cambridge’s state of the art research and development capabilities in relevance to …

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BCLA 2023, Manchester

Join us at the prestigious British Contact Lens Association (BCLA) Conference & Exhibition, hosted at the Manchester Central Convention Complex from June 9th to 11th.Visit the EyeCheckup  stand No. 42 to witness how AI technology is revolutionizing clinical practice. Discover how our cutting-edge AI solutions empower optometrists to achieve unparalleled precision, efficiency, and patient-centric care. Don’t …

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Royal Society of Medicine2023 London

EyeCheckup showed how AI can increase speed of screening at the Royal Society of Medicine, National diabetic eye screening conference 2023: The past, present and future innovation. The past, present and future innovation  #eyescreening#diabetic #diabeticscreening #screening 

London at @100Optical

After @Opti Munich, EyeCheckup will be exhibiting in London at @100Optical, UK’s largest optics exhibition! EyeCheckup is the best in class, clinically validated retinal diagnostic artificial intelligence system that has completed a clinical trial on 900 real patients. We will be waiting for you at stand M124, ExCeL London. Get acquainted with the artificial intelligence …

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What is Retinal Vascular Occlusion?

Retinal vascular occlusion or retinal vein occlusion is a disease that occurs as a result of a blood clot blocking the vessel, which can cause vision loss very quickly. It is mostly observed in diabetics, blood pressure patients, patients with high cholesterol and patients with circulatory system disorders. Venous occlusion occurs in two ways, namely …

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