Cutting-edge solutions are emerging in healthcare that streamline data capture through a user-friendly interface, leading to an increase in quality and accuracy of data collection while freeing physicians to spend more time with patients.
Denise Visco, MD, MBA, discusses takeaway points from patient case #2 for post-operative inflammation management for routine cataract surgery.
Research can drive opportunities for patients with rare diseases
Blake K Williamson MD, MPH, MS, discussed initial impressions of a female patient with high myopia and astigmatism who is an ideal candidate for phakic IOL implant.
Two trials examine factors affecting the risk of disease.
Community-based eye care is one of Orbis’s top priorities in the country.
One practice’s experience with office-based surgery validates peer-reviewed study.
Clear communication, transparent priceing, options are key to positive experience
Novel treatments are now shifting paradigm in care of retinal diseases.
Balancing motherhood & ophthalmology: Prioritize family planning, set boundaries, integrate work & personal life. Insights from ophthalmologist-moms.
Aleksandra Rachitskaya, MD, discusses how the treatment landscape for inherited retinal diseases has changed and her hope for the future.
Minimizing clinic visits, maximizing use of imaging modalities are key.
SLT shows promise as treatment for millions of Africans with glaucoma.
Details enhance knowledge of biological pathways that contribute to disease pathogenesis.
Ophthalmologists seek methods to control postoperative inflammation.
Closing out his discussion on the port delivery system in retinal diseases, Chirag Jhaveri, MD, considers how this approach has impacted the treatment landscape.
Using an NSAID to Manage Inflammation and Pain After Cataract Surgery
In observance of International Holocaust Remembrance Day this January 27, John H. Merey, MD, may be the only Holocaust survivor still in the practice of ophthalmology.
Technology offers accessibility, scalability to countries where care is needed the most.
Aggressive lubrication combined with topical steroids, antibiotics boosts chances of recovery.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to develop technologies to keep patients and staff safe, while treating the diseases of the eye
Several hundred genes are associated with congenital forms.
Factors that lead to complications must be managed for best outcomes.
Treatment requires a systematic, multifaceted approach to improve outcomes.
Transparent pricing in elective surgeries is crucial.
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