Click here to listen In this episode, Dr. Elyse McGlumphy talks with Dr. Kaleem about her research using iCare Tonometry, an innovative technology for measuring intraocular pressure at home. Dr. Mona Kaleem currently works for Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Medicine as an associate professor of ophthalmology. Shared from Apple Podcast; Diagnosis Glaucoma, Episode 28-2021.
Click here to listen Richie Kahn, MPH, a clinical researcher and patient advocate, leads a discussion between physicians and patients on the use and value of home monitoring technology in ophthalmology. Kahn, who is also a patient with a rare and progressive form of optic atrophy as well as a clinical trial participant, is joined […]
iCare HOME tonometer sheds new light on old problems.
This is a great short video put together for anyone interested in bridging the gap between progressing glaucoma and IOP in patients. Our own Dr. Wirostko put together this short video to give you a brief introduction on how our company can help to bridge the gap in IOP. By using this device and our […]
PODCAST: Listen to Dr. Barbara Wirostko, MD as she shares her extensive medical background and how this enables her to help her patients with Dr. John Shufeldt.
Dr. John Shufeldt is an emergency physician by avocation and entrepreneur at heart. He is an author, serial student, pilot and multidisciplinary entrepreneur, who has founded and operated several multi-million-dollar businesses. Each week join John, one of the nation’s leading medical entrepreneurs, as he interviews other physicians who have successfully started their own businesses. Recently […]
MyEYES Founder, Barbara Wirostko, MD, Shares the Benefits for At-Home IOP Monitoring Devices with MIGS Unplugged
Iqbal Ike K. Ahmed, MD, FRCSC, and Arsham Sheybani, MD, sit down with Barbara Wirostko, MD, to discuss the potential for at-home IOP monitoring devices. Particularly, Dr. Wirostko discusses the iCare Home (iCare) and how to best lower the accessibility barriers for the patients most in need.