Presentations

Home OCT & Notal OCT Analyzer
Hawaiian Eye/Macula 2020 | January 2020

AI and Imaging: Where Are We Going? Does It Matter?

Judy E. Kim MD
Macula 2020 | January 2020

AI-Enabled Self-Operated OCT device

Judy E. Kim, MD
AAO 2019 | October 2019

A Novel AI-Based Algorithm for Quantifying Volumes of Retinal Pathologies in OCT Scans (ePoster 503)

Notal OCT Algorithm (NOA) is able to detect retinal fluid with high sensitivity and specificity when compared to human graders. The algorithm's volume quantifications of fluid and RPE elevations are highly correlated with those by human graders and its ability to provide volume quantifications of fluid and RPE elevations over time may be a clinically useful tool in evaluating retinal disease status and progression over time.

AAO 2019 Retina Subspecialty | October 2019

Home OCT Monitoring: The Future of AMD Management

Judy E. Kim, MD

Out of 196 patients in the NOTAL-OCT V2.5 system performance and usability study, 90% could self-operate the device and capture gradable image of their macula. The study demonstrated that elderly patients with intermediate or advanced AMD can effectively self-operate an OCT and that they would consider using it to self-test at home. Home-based OCT testing has the potential to be an adjunct to in-office standard-of-care management and treatment of retinal vascular diseases.

ASRS 2019 ANNUAL MEETING | July 2019

Performance and Usability of a Self-operated Home OCT system

Judy E. Kim, MD

Out of 196 patients in the NOTAL-OCT V2.5 system performance and usability study, 90% could self-operate the device and capture gradable image of their macula. The study demonstrated that elderly patients with intermediate or advanced AMD can effectively self-operate an OCT and that they would consider using it to self-test at home. Home-based OCT testing has the potential to be an adjunct to in-office standard-of-care management and treatment of retinal vascular diseases.

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