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OptoAid Eye Drop Guide





Description


  • More Precise Dosing
  • Reduces Waste of Expensive Prescription Eye Drops 
  • Ideal for Eye Surgery Patients

  Designed for Prescription Eye Drop Users

  • Post-surgery (cataract, Lasik, PRK, etc.)
  • Glaucoma patients
  • Age-related macular degeneration
  • Use with artificial tears or contact lens drops
  • Eye infections (herpes simplex)
  • Recurring eye conditions (allergies, dry eyes)​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • Corneal transplant patients​
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Small children (conjunctivitis, aka "pink eye")
  • Amblyopia and myopia
  • People with mobility difficulties (arthritis, disabilities)

Why OptoAid?

Eye drops are critical to the treatment of ocular conditions and are used to treat acute and chronic conditions of the eye and surrounding structures (lacrimal apparatus, eyelids, and eyelash follicles).
​Failure to properly instill prescription eye medicines can prolong conditions and can present a risk to a patient’s vision. 

"OptoAid empowers patients to instill critical medications accurately and independently." 

— Assoc. Professor Shamira Perera. Senior Consultant, Glaucoma. Adj. Professor Duke / National University of Singapore (NUS). Chairman, Ophthalmic Trainees Group of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists Secretary.

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