Assessing IOL options for cataract patients
In recognition of Cataract Awareness Month, Fasika Woreta, MD, MPH, discusses IOL options for cataract patients.
MIGS and cataract surgery option offers positive results
Retrospective review highlights the sustained efficacy of combination procedure.
Looking to the future of cataract surgery
In recognition of Cataract Awareness Month.
Light adjustable IOLs: Treat patients with Star Trek-like technology
Lens option can correct for surgically induced astigmatism or an inaccurate position.
Examining stability of aspheric IOL in cataract patients
Bi-sign design compensates for aberrations resulting from misalignment.
Physician shares first-hand experience as cataract surgery patient
Mark Packer, MD, offers personal insight in honor of Cataract Awareness Month.
Benefits of topography-guided treatments for irregular corneas
Procedure can improve best-corrected visual acuity, enhancing quality of life for patients.
Earlier neurolept anesthesia for laser-assisted cataract surgery: Timing may not be everything
A recent study may indicate the need for future research to assess the relationship between pain and the anterior chamber depth.
Reducing post-cataract surgery endophthalmitis: Investigators focus on therapeutic regimen
Findings from retrospective study support intraoperative cefuroxime irrigation.
Advantages of incorporating ECP into the surgeon’s armamentarium
Short learning curve, significant clinical advantages make this a comfortable addition.
Phaco power modulation boosts safety, efficacy in cataract surgery
Surgeons learn that timing is everything when using technology.
Study examines pairing phacoemulsification, implantation of microbypass stents
Investigators find treatment is an option for treating open-angle glaucoma.
Johnson & Johnson earns FDA clearance, CE mark for next-gen phaco machine
Johnson & Johnson Vision announced today that the FDA has granted 510(k) clearance and CE mark for its VERTIAST Vision System, a next-generation phacoemulsification innovation.
Intracanalicular dexamethasone insert offers hands-free therapy
An alternative to drops, the option provides consistent therapeutic levels.
Study finds sublingual troche, IV sedation are equivalent for cataract surgery
The method by which sedation is applied to keep patients relaxed and comfortable throughout cataract surgery can be tailored similar to that of anesthesia — surgical anesthesia is not a one size fits all endeavor.
Focus on molecular mechanisms underlying cataract development
Several hundred genes are associated with congenital forms.
Comparable conscious sedation methods address individual patient needs
Sublingual troche sedation represents attractive anesthesia option for specific subset of patients with cataracts.
Curvature-changing IOL: New frontier in cataract and presbyopia surgeries
Lens offers full range of vision from distance through near vision.
Light-adjustable IOL offers positive refractive results in patients
New option may prove to be a solution for cataract cases with unusual corneas.
Wine consumption may prevent cataracts, study finds
Drinking alcohol on a regular basis may decrease patients’ chances of developing cataracts that require surgery, new research shows.
Pearls for optimizing patient outcomes of macular surgery
Visus Therapeutics secures FDA acceptance of IND for presbyopia-correcting eye drop
Visus Therapeutics announced today that FDA has approved its Investigational New Drug Application (IND) to move forward with the clinical development program for BRIMOCHOL
A new tool to treat TED
Patients show impressive proptosis and diplopia responses to teprotumumab.
Expert on IFIS offers practical pearls for success
Cataract surgeons must consider medication history as part of preoperative evaluation.
Studies explore pharmacological approaches to cataract prophylaxis, treatment
Investigators find options could prove to be alternatives to surgical management.
Study: Innovative dexamethasone formulation shows efficacy, safety
Once-daily corticosteroid treats pain, inflammation after surgery.
Raising the bar for premium pterygium procedure
Physician pioneers technique offering higher perspective in surgery, outcomes.
Treating Demodex blepharitis efficiently before surgery
New options open possibilities for treatment, resulting in better outcomes for patients.
Challenges to topical drop adherence after cataract surgery
With intraoperative sustained release steroids, ophthalmologists can eliminate the gambles of patient adherence.
Zeroing in on dry eye treatment for patients with cataracts
Study supports preoperative ocular surface optimization with artificial tears.
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