COVID-19

Robotic telepresence during ocular evaluations are gaining acceptance

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to greater comfort with robotic telepresence in eye screenings.

COVID-19-imposed health care restrictions had no negative effects on status of DME

DME showed small significant improvement in study cohort.

Ophthalmologists may be bucking the trend in a recent study on physician burnout

The survey, from The Larry A. Greene Center and the Primary Care Collaborative, found that the COVID-19 pandemic has had an adverse impact on the well-being of physicians.

COVID-19 transmission and wearing eyeglasses: The jury is still out on protective effect

August 30, 2022

The debate continues about the protective effect of eyeglasses against contracting the COVID-19 virus. Researchers from Denmark reported that their results were inconclusive regarding whether wearing eyeglasses is linked with a decreased risk of COVID-19 infections.