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A tiny electrical circuit built into contact lenses may provide 24-hour monitoring for glaucoma.
A prototype sensor consumes just a few nanowatts and could someday take pressure readings from the eye.
A startup company is developing contact lenses that deliver medications directly to the eye.
A tiny implant that measures pressure in the eye could help monitor the disease.
The first continuous monitoring system for glaucoma hits the European market.