Technology Update

Three New Surgical Tools Make Their Debut

A new drape, a set of handheld tools and a device to clean the air over the table may make surgery safer and more comfortable.

Shedding (Less) Light on Aniridia: Device Update

A report from the U.S. regulatory path, which may lead to a device approval in the near future.

Getting Drops Onto the Eye: Low-tech Solutions

There’s more than one way to help your patients put their medications where they belong.

Low-Vision Devices: Trusted Tech, New Twists

A look at recent releases that take magnification and screen- and text-reading capabilities to new levels.

Smartphone Apps: Aiding Compliance

A multitude of programs designed to help patients remember to take the right medication at the right time are now available.

Making the Cut: Capsulotomy Devices

Achieving a strong, centered, perfectly circular capsulotomy may soon become simpler and easier.

Handheld Tablets and EMR In the Clinic

Managing electronic data during an exam can be done in a number of ways. Is a large-screen desktop the only way to go?

Imitation of Life: Phaco Simulators

Virtual reality simulators are assuming increasing importance in residency training. Here are two on the market today.

Smaller, Brighter, Faster: The MacBook Pro 2016

A rich display and a speedy processor may be able to offer workstation capabilities in a portable package.