A virtual reality simulator from VRmagic is going to be used in a study at Rigshospitalet – Glostrup in Copenhagen, Denmark, to investigate the benefits of a robotic assistance system for ocular surgery developed by Preceyes B.V.
Preceyes validates real-time distance measurement for retinal surgeries in world’s first clinical validation at Rotterdam Eye Hospital
Eindhoven, 21 February 2018 – Preceyes B.V. (Eindhoven, the Netherlands) and partners developed and integrated a distance sensor in Preceyes’ robot. The sensor measures the distance of an instrument to the retina in real time. The integrated device has been Read more…
Eindhoven, 4 September 2017 – Rigshospitalet (Copenhagen, DK) and Preceyes B.V. (Eindhoven, NL) have entered into a collaboration to research the benefits of robotic assistance for training, learning curves and performance of eye surgeons.
Rotterdam Eye Hospital and Preceyes collaboration to boost clinical development of the eye surgery robot
Rotterdam, June 19, 2017 – The Rotterdam Eye Hospital and Preceyes B.V. have entered into a strategic collaboration for the clinical development of Preceyes’ robot for ophthalmic surgery.
Eindhoven, 27 December 2016 – Surgeons at Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital used Preceyes’ robot for prolonged delivery of a drug in the eye, a world’s first using robotic assistance.
Eindhoven, 12 September 2016 – The world first robot-assisted operation inside the eye has been performed by surgeons at Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital using the PRECEYES Surgical System.
Eindhoven, 19 May 2016 – Preceyes B.V., the medical robotics company developing high-precision assistance for eye surgery, announced today that it has appointed Perry van Rijsingen as the Chief Executive Officer of the company.
Preceyes enters into collaborations with NightstaRx (Nightstar) and the University of Oxford to develop subretinal drug delivery technology
Eindhoven, 29 February 2016 – Preceyes B.V. (NL) and Nightstar (UK) have entered into a collaboration for the development of a high-precision drug delivery technology in the eye.
By Marc de Smet MD, “Ophthalmic surgery that incorporates robotic assistance holds the promise of surgeries that are ‘better than the best of humans’”.
A device designed to provide robotic assistance for micrometre precision in vitreoretinal surgery has been awarded first prize in the third EURETINA Innovation Award