The implantable sensor, which is smaller than a grain of rice, detects direct dynamic pressure in the eye and transmits high-fidelity data from inside the eye of a patient to their physician. (Image: InjectSense)

Advances in integrated microelectronics have enabled a revolution in ever smaller and more powerful medical sensors. One such use is for detecting pressure in the eye. InjectSense has invented an implantable sensor that detects direct dynamic pressure in the eye and transmits high-fidelity data from inside the eye of a patient to their physician.

On this episode of Here's an Idea™, Ariel Cao, founder and CEO of InjectSense, and Dave Fromm, chief operating officer and vice president of engineering at Promex, discuss this powerful sensor and how they are bringing it to market.

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