In terms of accuracy, the IOP measurements that were used for noninvasive sensors did indeed need improvements in order to develop clear and distinct measurements of actual IOP values, variants, and so on. This would allow the values to be facilitated in more clinical practices and procedures. The very same is seen with the telemetry systems, for they were able to simplify the data provided and guarantee data storage the clinics can use for assessments, especially when it comes to the case of implantable sensors and its procedures.
During the study, there was even a combination of noninvasive sensors with a drug delivery system. With this combination in place throughout the study and its results, it helped improve patient treatment, especially with those who had glaucoma. It helped reduce glaucoma impairment and most notably managed post-eye surgeries to reduce any possible complications from hypotony.
The case study showed that with the help of more clinical research-based trials, there can be more expected results in allowing the usage and permission to utilize this new modern technology in more patient treatment, management, and care in clinical practices and procedures, especially those suffering from glaucoma.
Dr. Joseph Cohen O.D.
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