Clinical Studies on Caterna
1995 – began at the Technical University of Dresden, a research group to develop a computer-aided Sehschulung with amblyopia. The innovative procedure has been investigated in two clinical trials and has been further developed in the following years up to the final practical application.
1998 – pilot study, supported by the Roland Ernst Foundation and by the Saxon Ministry of Science and Art: The prototypic stimulator for the treatment of amblyopia was first clinically tested.
2001 – Computer-aided Sehschulung with amblyopia II: A multicenter prospective study of Roland Ernst Foundation accompanied the treatment of 200 children with amblyopia 4-14 years.
2001 – Clinical Monatsblätter ophthalmology: Supporting amblyopia by computer games with background stimulation: A placebo-controlled study
2008 – Strabismus: Long-Term Application of Compute Based Pleoptics in Home Therapy: Selected Results of a Prospective Multicenter Study
2012 – The ophthalmoscope, Release Case Study “Stimulation therapy in amblyopia”