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Explore Remidio's most prized assets, our peer reviewed publications, press articles talking about our work, scientific blogs, and published  as well as granted patents.

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Scientific Publications

Indian Journal of Ophthalmology | Dec, 2021

Artificial intelligence integrated smartphone fundus camera for screening the glaucomatous optic disc

Journal of Clinical Medicine | Dec, 2021

Burden of Diabetic Retinopathy amongst People with Diabetes Attending Primary Care in Kerala: Nayanamritham Project

Indian Journal of Ophthalmology | Nov, 2021

Use of offline artificial intelligence in a smartphone-based fundus camera for community screening of diabetic retinopathy

Translational Vision Science & Technology | Oct 2021

A Novel, Smartphone-Based, Teleophthalmology-Enabled, Widefield Fundus Imaging Device With an Auto-capture Algorithm

Journal of Current Ophthalmology |Oct, 2021

The Utility of Smartphone-Based Artificial Intelligence Approaches for Diabetic Retinopathy: A Literature Review and Meta-Analysis

National Library of Medicine|Oct, 2021

Clinical Role of Smartphone Fundus Imaging in Diabetic Retinopathy and Other Neuro-retinal Diseases

Journal of Current Ophthalmology |Oct, 2021

Adding screening for “end organ damage” to the non communicable disease package in primary care

Indian Journal of Ophthalmology | Oct 2021

Telemedicine in diabetic retinopathy screening in India

Translational Vision Science & Technology | July 2021

Design and Performance Characterization of a Novel, Smartphone-Based, Portable Digital Slit Lamp for Anterior Segment Screening Using Telemedicine

The British Medical Journal | Jun, 2021

Complex interventions to implement a diabetic retinopathy care pathway in the public health system in Kerala: the Nayanamritham study protocol

Indian Journal of Ophthalmology | May, 2021

A novel approach to anterior segment imaging with smartphones in the COVID-19 era

Indian Journal of Ophthalmology | December, 2021

Artificial intelligence integrated smartphone fundus camera for screening the glaucomatous optic disc

Journal of Clinical Medicine | Dec, 2021

Burden of Diabetic Retinopathy amongst People with Diabetes Attending Primary Care in Kerala: Nayanamritham Project

Indian Journal of Ophthalmology | November, 2021

Use of offline artificial intelligence in a smartphone-based fundus camera for community screening of diabetic retinopathy

Translational Vision Science & Technology | October 2021

A Novel, Smartphone-Based, Teleophthalmology-Enabled, Widefield Fundus Imaging Device With an Auto-capture Algorithm

Journal of Current Ophthalmology |Oct, 2021

The Utility of Smartphone-Based Artificial Intelligence Approaches for Diabetic Retinopathy: A Literature Review and Meta-Analysis

National Library of Medicine|Oct, 2021

Clinical Role of Smartphone Fundus Imaging in Diabetic Retinopathy and Other Neuro-retinal Diseases

Journal of Current Ophthalmology |Oct, 2021

Adding screening for “end organ damage” to the non communicable disease package in primary care

Indian Journal of Ophthalmology | Oct 2021

Telemedicine in diabetic retinopathy screening in India

Translational Vision Science & Technology | July 2021

Design and Performance Characterization of a Novel, Smartphone-Based, Portable Digital Slit Lamp for Anterior Segment Screening Using Telemedicine

The British Medical Journal | Jun, 2021

Complex interventions to implement a diabetic retinopathy care pathway in the public health system in Kerala: the Nayanamritham study protocol

Indian Journal of Ophthalmology | May, 2021

A novel approach to anterior segment imaging with smartphones in the COVID-19 era