# minor bug fix
The human eye is the organ which gives us the sense of sight, allowing us to learn more about the surrounding world than we do with any of the other four senses. Like any other organ in the body, the eye is also susceptible to various diseases and infections. Many eye conditions can be remedied if they are detected and treated early.
The MyEyeMatters app, developed by the Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC), offers comprehensive educational information on various eye conditions, symptoms, prevention, treatment and useful eye care tips. With a simple-to-use user interface, the app offers the ability to view, explore, learn, locate and share the information.
This app will:
1.Allow easy access to eye-related information such as common eye symptoms and eye conditions.
3.Offer educational information to keep patients and their caregivers informed about pre and post-surgical care.
4.Provide convenient, mobile availability of educational video and everyday eye care tips.
5.Enable users and patients to find their specialists in SNEC and make appointments
A great tool for addressing patient education, this app will help patients and their caregivers better understand what is going on with their eyes, why they are receiving certain procedures or medications, and how to take care of themselves after their eye operations.
Download the other useful apps developed by SNEC:
•MyEyeGym – Eye Exercises for restoring binocular vision/stereopsis or 3D vision, for persons suffering from squints (strabismus).
•MyEyeDrops – Medication/eye drop reminder for glaucoma patients and their caregivers. The app will indicate the right eye drops for the right eye at the right time.
About Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC)
Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) is the designated national centre within Singapore’s public sector healthcare network. It spearheads and co-ordinates the provision of specialised ophthalmological services with emphasis on quality education and research.
SNEC’s facilities include an 8-storey tower block and a four-storey podium block and it consists of three floors of outpatient clinics supported by comprehensive ancillary facilities, nine operating theatres with expanded day recovery suites and two floors housing the Singapore Eye Research Institute's research clinics and research laboratories.
Ten subspecialties have been established to provide a full range of eye treatment from comprehensive to tertiary levels for the entire spectrum of eye conditions:
2)Corneal and External Eye Disease
3)General Cataract and Comprehensive Ophthalmology
6)Ocular Inflammation and Immunology
7)Oculoplastic and Aesthetic Eyeplastic
8)Paediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus
SNEC is actively involved in clinical trials and research into the causes and treatment of major eye conditions such as myopia and glaucoma. Thousands of ophthalmologists from neighbouring countries and beyond have participated in the Centre’s teaching courses and international meetings. To advance ophthalmic science and service, and to increase opportunities for professional interactions and collaboration, SNEC has also fostered strategic links with leading eye institutions around the world.
The centre’s one-stop multi-subspecialty approach to treatment of complex eye conditions, a quality assurance programme that is backed by 100% audit of outcomes and its pursuit of high-impact translational research have placed SNEC as one of the premier eye centres in the region.
Singapore National Eye Centre
11 Third Hospital Avenue, Singapore 168751
Tel: (65) 6227 7255
Fax: (65) 6227 7290
- June 27, 2014 New version 1.8.0
- May 14, 2014 New version 1.7.0
- April 01, 2014 New version 1.6.0
- September 01, 2013 New version 1.5
- August 11, 2013 New version 1.4
- July 31, 2013 New version 1.3
- May 21, 2013 New version 1.2
- April 09, 2013 New version 1.1
- February 24, 2013 Initial release