I came to M-PED with an idea for a smart disposable ambulatory infusion pump, and they helped verify the clinical need and refine the product idea.
From Medical Design Technology (mdtmag.com):
"A new study on lazy eye found that programmable electronic glasses help
improve vision in children just as well as the more traditional
treatment using eye patches. This "digital patch" is the first new
effective treatment for lazy eye in half a century. Results from the
first U.S. trial of this device will be presented at AAO 2015, the 119th
Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology...."
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