Glaucoma drug delivery devices enter new frontier
Industry develops creative approaches to help increase patient medication adherence
Presbyopia: Rethinking approach to better meet patients’ needs
Just as evolving technology is changing patients' visual demands, eye-care providers should increase their awareness and efforts to fill current gaps.
Glaucoma devices: Now and in the future
Panel discusses IOP monitoring, drug delivery, data collection
Investigators target algorithm for diagnosing glaucoma
Research finds automated segmentation software examines OCT scans
Glaucoma 360: Lowering IOP using the MIMS solution
ICYMI: Nir Israeli, co-founder and CEO of Sanoculis discusses the company's new alternative surgical procedure for glaucoma designed to create a single-patient-use sterile tool and a multi-use external machine.
Glaucoma 360: Drug delivery contact lens technology
ICYMI: Chris Adams, CEO of Diopter Corp, discusses the company's drug delivery contact lens technology in the pipeline that works to treat ocular surface disease, during the 2020 Glaucoma 360 meeting in San Francisco, California.
Status of glaucoma: diagnostics and treatments in flux
High-level observations for how the latest developments can help glaucoma specialists solve problems to achieve the utmost in patient care
Diagnostics: Innovative ways of looking at glaucoma
New products increase the chance of early diagnosis
Ultra-widefield imaging can enhance efficiency for practices
Physicians can discover, diagnose, document, treat diseases that might go undetected
Glaucoma 360: Accessible glaucoma care in 1 second (BELKIN Laser)
ICYMI: 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).
Getting it right: There is no magic bullet for IOL calculations
Patient expectations continue to push clinicians to look at optimal ways to arrive at the best IOLs.
Telemedicine continues to make waves in ophthalmology
Apps now online to aid patients with visual impairment
The challenges of examining visual fields in children
OCTA a hope for diagnosing, managing ophthalmic diseases
Robotic technology in surgery: Surgeon's eye of the future
Ultra-widefield imaging adding depth to pediatric ophthalmology
Innovations for enucleation: Where can we go from here?
Blockchain technology aims to drive big data to ‘train’ AI
Overcoming blindness: Forging a path through research
Diagnosing LSCD noninvasively: SD-OCT preferred technology
Presbyopia-correcting IOLs enhance customization
Confocal microscopy key to diagnosing infectious keratitis
New tools for pediatric surgeons to optimize surgeries
3D cataract surgery: Keeping the eye in focus
Finding an option with presbyopia-correcting IOLs
Astigmatism: A ‘clear-as-mud’ concept to patients
Caution key when embracing new technologies in clinical practice
Procedures set a new horizon in refractive surgery
Improving LASIK outcomes with biomechanical analysis
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