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Breakthrough Device Is Revolutionizing Optical Care

About this Event

Eyenovia, Inc. (NASDAQ: EYEN), is a commercial-stage ophthalmic technology company that has developed a patented, digital device platform to deliver a wide range of therapeutic products to the eye.

The Optejet® dispenser uses innovative technology to move eye care from traditional droppers to a modern, efficient, effective, precision delivery system of ocular pharmaceuticals. By directing the medication only where it is needed via 109 micro-droplets, Optejet uses four to five times less medication, reducing exposure to drugs and preservatives by 75-80% without sacrificing efficacy. This significantly reduces irritation and side effects from overdosing the eye with medication and preservatives.

Watch the webinar with CEO, Michael Rowe as he shares how their multi-faceted business model combines internal product development and sales with partnerships and licensing agreements with other leading eye care companies.

Video On Demand

– Recorded

January 25


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