Ophthalmology Times' Sheryl Stevenson speaks with Shervin Korangy, president and CEO of BVI Medical, on the latest updates and products in the pipeline for the company, how they're assisting with and providing resources for healt
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In a statement, the organization said the 2020 ASRS Annual Meeting, scheduled July 24-28 in Seattle, cannot occur in person as planned.
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These are challenging times for all of us. As a physician with offices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, we had to close our practice and surgery center early on.
Danny Haddad, MD, chief of program at Orbis International, shares an update on how the company's operations have shifted during the coronavirus pandemic, as well as the record-breaking impact on one
In the months since social distancing and stay-at-home orders became the norm, many ophthalmologists have conducted visits with patients through telemedicine—providing ophthalmic care using the internet and telecommunications technology.
With patient confidence and safety concerns increasing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the trend toward performing procedures in an ambulatory surgery center could be hastened for ophthalmologists.
The unpredictable virus stokes misinformation about prevention, patient care. To help clear the muddied waters, the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) conducted a webinar to outline the best measures for patient care, and help physicians decide how and when to fully reopen their practices.
It was April 8, 2020 at our home. It started with a severe headache. Then the sore throat came. Then I noticed I was unusually out of breath. In fact, if I walked up several stairs, very slowly, I had to sit in a chair to recover.
Guidance from the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, and the Outpatient Ophthalmic Surgery Society for reopening ambulatory surgery centers.