Digital Health Technologies in Vision Care: Transforming Diagnostics and Management

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Gaurav Pfranjpe, Sanvedya R. Kadam, Sonali Chabukswar, Rutuja Khot, D.B.Shirke


A significant change in the diagnosis and treatment of ocular disorders has resulted from the integration of digital health technology in the field of ophthalmology. This thorough analysis looks at the broad influence and uses of digital solutions in vision care, including wearable technology, teleophthalmology, diagnostic tools, and artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms.

With the use of digital imaging methods like fundus photography and optical coherence tomography (OCT), physicians may now see ocular components with previously unheard-of accuracy. These imaging modalities provide early illness identification and customised treatment plans when combined with AI-driven diagnostic tools.

Platforms for teleophthalmology provide remote screenings, consultations, and monitoring, greatly enhancing access to specialised eye care. Artificial intelligence (AI)-powered telemonitoring systems and mobile applications provide real-time data transfer for effective illness management and prompt treatments.

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Gaurav Pfranjpe, et al. (2023). Digital Health Technologies in Vision Care: Transforming Diagnostics and Management. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 11(7), 387–393.