Glaucoma 360: Accessible glaucoma care in 1 second (BELKIN Laser)

July 12, 2020

Daria Lemann Blumenthal, CEO of BELKIN Laser, Ltd., discusses the company's current initiative of developing an automated one-second laser therapy for glaucoma called direct selective laser trabeculoplasty (DSLT).

COVID-19: Smart thermometer shows real-time changes in fever levels

July 11, 2020

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a smart thermometer has become a valuable tool in detecting coronavirus hotspots.

COVID-19 mutations: A more efficient virus

July 10, 2020

While the spikes that are characteristic of COVID-19 are well-documented, researchers have detected a subtle change from the onset of the pandemic in January to May, when the virus ultimately engulfed New York City.

New molecule for allergic conjunctivitis makes debut

July 10, 2020

First new therapy in nearly a decade offers another option for physicians, patients

Glaucoma 360: Apps for the visually challenged

July 09, 2020

ICYMI: Yvonne Ou, MD, discusses her presentation on "Apps for the visually challenged," during the 2020 Glaucoma 360 annual meeting in San Francisco, California.

Company seeks first FDA-approved ophthalmic formulation of bevacizumab for use in retinal indications

July 08, 2020

Patient enrollment for the NORSE 2 clinical trial has been completed, with safety and efficacy data expected to be reported in the third quarter of 2021.

Study targets topical medication adherence, visual field progression

July 08, 2020

Research is seeking benefits, options for open-angle glaucoma patients

Strategies for coping with physician depression during COVID-19

July 07, 2020

Medical practitioners face emotional burden, other hurdles from pandemic

Glaucoma 360: Risk factors for glaucoma progression

July 07, 2020

Dale Heuer, MD discusses the importance of ophthalmologists identifying and providing more aggressive treatment care for patients with low/high risks of developing glaucoma.

AMA, AHA, ANA issue open letter urging Americans to wear masks to slow spread of coronavirus

July 06, 2020

The American Medical Association, American Hospital Association and American Nurses Association on Monday urged Americans to wear a mask and practice social distancing in an effort to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

Getting it right: There is no magic bullet for IOL calculations

July 06, 2020

Patient expectations continue to push clinicians to look at optimal ways to arrive at the best IOLs.

Surgeons discuss MIPS, impact of pass-through medications

July 03, 2020

Bonuses are the norm and not risked by pass-through medication use

Getting a grip on the coronavirus Down Under

July 02, 2020

In Australia, residents of suburbs of the city of Melbourne that are considered COVID-19 hot spots are being visited in their homes by authorities

For IOL placement, location is key

July 02, 2020

Alternative method ensures lens is set properly during cataract surgery

Branded vs generics: You make the call in dry eye

July 01, 2020

The ViewPoints Series is an interactive learning module featuring leading industry experts from across the eyecare spectrum. The series leverages the various perspectives of panel participants to create a meaningful conversation on a range of eye health topics and issues related to current clinical data and industry trends.

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth patient satisfaction high, could drive future access

July 01, 2020

In a new survey by medical software provider Kyruus, nearly three quarters had tried virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic and more than 75 percent said they were very or completely satisfied with their experience.

The eye and COVID-19: Providing facts, not fears

July 01, 2020

Details help pave way for clinicians to provide safe environments for their patients

CME Activities

July 01, 2020

Glaucoma 360: Decision-making in surgical glaucoma

June 30, 2020

ICYMI: Thomas Samuelson, MD,shares the key highlights from his presentation "Stents, trabs, and tubes: Decision-making in surgical glaucoma."

Could pandemic impact well-being of ophthalmologists?

June 30, 2020

A survey from The Larry A. Greene Center and the Primary Care Collaborative found that the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the well-being of physicians.

Glaucoma 360: Update on OCT-A in glaucoma

June 29, 2020

ICYMI: Robert Stamper, MD, offers an update on optical coherence tomography angiography in glaucoma during the 2020 Glaucoma 360 annual meeting.

Protecting cataract patients and their surgeons' practices

June 29, 2020

Maximizing refractive surgery is key to ensuring prosperous future

COVID-19: Should ophthalmologists prepare for a second surge?

June 28, 2020

According to the Centers for Disease Control, coronavirus cases are on the rise in at least 32 states, and many of these states are also seeing increasing hospitalizations. These numbers are raising a red flag among ophthalmologists.

Tweaks made to CDC COVID-19 symptom list

June 26, 2020

The CDC has updated the COVID-19 symptom list to include congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea.

COVID-19: As patients avoid appointments, vision may be in jeopardy

June 26, 2020

A report out of the United Kingdom revealed more than a 70% reduction in new referrals and a high rate of missed appointments due to the coronavirus, raising red flags for U.S. ophthalmologists.

Glaucoma treatment alternatives: Thinking outside the box

June 26, 2020

Treatment options may expand beyond surgery, medication, and lasers

TANGO: Helping target genes produce more protein

June 25, 2020

Overcoming protein deficiency in autosomal dominant optic atrophy

Fundus autofluorescence offers edge in white dot syndrome imaging

June 24, 2020

Subclinical lesions have been detected that are not apparent on other imaging platforms