Water biology plays important role in health
How safe is your patients’ drinking water?
2022 updates to ADA standards of care for patients with diabetes
The ADA now recommends an individualized approach at diagnosis of diabetes as well as for adults who do not have symptoms to be screened at age 35 years.
Phakic IOL implantation: Visual and refractive outcomes
Posterior chamber pIOLs should be considered for patients in which other refractive surgeries may not be an option and as an reversible alternative with fewer complications.
Compounded medications in ophthalmic patient care
This far-less-understood option can fill multiple needs for a practice.
Expecting the unexpected in ocular cases
Four patients present with previously undiagnosed conditions.
Shared care of the ocular surface before and after cataract surgery
Practices must efficiently integrate optometry and ophthalmology, delegating appropriate care to the proper specialist, in order to ensure patients’ total eye care needs are best met.
What’s hot (and not) in retinal news
A look at the latest developments in retinal disease, including clinical trials and advanced therapies.
Navigating vision challenges in aviation
Optimizing eye care for pilots is crucial for safe flying.
Combatting dry eye during contact lens wear
Tools and therapies for dry eye with contact lens wear
Glaucoma: More pressures than meet the eye
Other factors, besides IOP, can contribute to glaucomatous optic nerve damage
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