A Look at the Latest Pre-loaded IOL Injectors
Pre-loaded injectors for intraocular lenses offer a host of features in addition to the convenience of staff members not having to worry about fussing with lenses and injectors ahead of time.
Managing Severe NPDR: Anti-VEGF Options and More
There’s growing evidence of the clinical benefit of proactive treatment, but is it justified? Retina specialists weigh in and share their approaches to caring for these patients.
Counteracting Declining Reimbursements
How cataract surgeons can take advantage of advanced technologies and products to build a better patient experience and boost their bottom line.
Running a Practice in the Post-Pandemic Landscape
Ophthalmologists are getting creative to address staffing shortages and to find new ways to add revenue.
Maximizing Residency Surgical Experience
Surgical training is a trust-based relationship. Here’s what we’ve learned.
Review of Ophthalmology Online eNewsletter
In this Issue:
- Frequency of VF Testing of POAG Patients
Did most subjects receive at least one visual field test per year?
Reticular Pseudodrusen: Macular Risk Feature for Late AMD ProgressionSee the nuances of this new biomarker.
- Refractive Stability, Axial Elongation & Related Factors in a High Myopia Population After ICL Implantation
Learn the status of myopic progression and axial elongation after surgery.
- Baseline Sattler Layer Choriocapillaris Complex Thickness Cutoffs & AMD Progression
Discover whether choroidal impairment contributes to disease progression.
- Industry News
Continuing Medical Education
Global Perspectives on Steroids: Study Designs and Diabetic Macular Edema Management Around the WorldA text-based CME from Amedco and Review Education Group.
Find the CME evaluation here.
Problem-Based Learning: Diagnosing and Managing Neurotrophic KeratitisJoin clinical experts as they discuss a problem-based learning approach to enhance cognition of best practices for diagnosing and managing neurotrophic keratitis (NK).
Credit: Physicians: 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
Optimal Diagnosis and Treatment of BlepharoptosisIn this CME Monograph from MedEdicus, a panel of expert ophthalmologists will review the common causes of ptosis and traditional therapies for ptosis correction. The panel will also review the clinical data for oxymetazoline 0.1%, a new topical medical therapy approved for ptosis treatment. In addition, a series of cases will be discussed to demonstrate the systematic evaluation of patients with ptosis and the development of individualized treatment plans.
A Closer Look: Emerging Medical Therapies for PresbyopiaThis CME activity provides an overview of age-related loss of accommodation as well as several of the emerging topical therapies for presbyopia that are under investigation. Perspectives on selection of prospective patients as well as potential opportunities for practice growth are also discussed.
Don't Miss Neurotrophic Keratitis: New Approaches to Assess and TreatA panel of experts discuss the importance of early detection of neurotrophic keratitis and the latest data on available treatment options in this CME activity.
Multi-Specialty Perspectives on Ocular Itch Relief for Allergic Conjunctivitis
Sponsored by Alcon
Here, three specialists—an ophthalmologist, an optometrist and an allergist-immunologist—share helpful disease state and prescribing insights that can help guide decision-making and lessen the burden of disease on patients as we enter a new allergy season.
Establishing the Next Level of Eye Care
Treating Chronic Inflammation Associated With Uveitis Affecting the Posterior Segment in a Retina Setting with YUTIQ
February 2023 Ophthalmic Product Guide
Using Remote IOP Monitoring to Advance Care
GA: Recognizing the Burden