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Smartphone Controlled Device for Treating Short-Sightedness Designed in Saratov
8.06.2018 09:03
Smartphone Controlled Device for Treating Short-Sightedness Designed in Saratov

The cost of the device will not exceed 10-15 thousand rubles, according to the general director of the company "SarTechInform", Ilya Bakutkin.

      Saratov scientists have created a device for the treatment and prevention of myopia, as well as increased intraocular pressure and eye fatigue. The device can be used with a smartphone application specially devised for it. This was announced by the press secretary of the regional Ministry of Industry, Vladimir Komarov.

      “The device consists of special glasses with integrated electrodes and storage case, which is a wireless charger at the same time.
The patient runs an application on the smartphone and has a short survey in regards of their gender, age, level of eye strain, etc. With the help of a specially developed algorithm, the online service selects a proper treatment program, and then the procedure itself begins”, - Vladimir Komarov explained. 


Author: Vera Ivanova


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