Leveling the field: Comparing efficacy and safety of pegcetacoplan and avacincaptad pegol in patients with GA
An anchored matching-adjusted indirect comparison may aid therapeutic decision-making.
Eye care providers express concern over Q3 revenue, staffing, and inflation
The Vision Council’s Q3 Provider Insights study shows the sentiments of eye care providers nationwide as they manage practices and patient care.
Managing cases of dry eye: Expect the unexpected
2 cases illustrate the importance of ocular surface optimization.
This week in optometry: November 20-November 24
Catch up on what happened in optometry during the week of November 20-November 24.
Retraining the brain to tackle visual snow syndrome with mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
The investigators use mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) on patients who have never previously practiced the technique, with the aim of possibly re-training their brains to remove their static-type images.
Clinical characteristics and progression of geographic atrophy in a Japanese population
A multicenter study in Japan examined patients to understand geographic atrophy characteristics and progression rate.
LENZ Therapeutics, Graphite Bio enter merger agreement
According to the companies, the merger creates a NASDAQ-listed, late clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on advancing LENZ Therapeutics’ lead assets for the treatment of presbyopia.
Why Not You Foundation and CommonSpirit Health donate $100,000 grant to EyeCare4Kids
The grant donated by Russell Wilson and Ciara will be used in the efforts to help underprivileged, visually-impaired children.
EyeCon 2023: Pearls for monitoring intraocular pressure at home and in the office
Real-time insights into fluctuations enhance glaucoma care and understanding of vision risk.
This week in optometry: November 13-November 17
Catch up on what happened in optometry during the week of November 13-November 17.
AAOpt 2023: Favorable data on corneal staining
Using the NEI protocol for addressing corneal staining, researchers used 5 microliters of 2%, non preserved fluorescein and then evaluated corneal staining.
Amazon receives warning letter from FDA regarding unapproved eye care products
This is just one of many times the FDA has issued a warning to companies for the sale of unapproved ophthalmic products in 2023.
AAOpt 2023: Pipeline update from Alcon
Hear about the new innovations on the market—and coming soon—from Alcon.
The good and the bad of telemedicine in the care of our patients with diabetes
Is telemedicine through retinal images a solution to earlier intervention and increased access to care? Fortunately—and unfortunately—yes.
76M+ units of eye care materials recycled through Bausch + Lomb programs
ONE by ONE and Biotrue Eye Care Recycling programs from Bausch + Lomb have collected over 464,100 pounds of used contact lens materials that would have otherwise been sent to a landfill.
AAOpt 2023: The optometric year in review
A rapid-fire, top-level review of what happened in optometry in 2023.
The lowdown on hypoglycemia in patients with diabetes
Counsel your at-risk patients on strategies to minimize severe hypoglycemia.
AAOpt 2023: Data shows new multifocal can meet the dynamic vision needs of presbyopic patients
Hear how this daily disposable silicone hydrogel option fits patients' busy and active lifestyles.
Presbyopia and cataracts: Dysfunctional lens syndrome
Even if DLS is completely normal and expected, it can be mentally and emotionally difficult for patients.
AAOpt 2023: How optometry’s first NEI multicenter study impact our KC practices today
Hear how the Clek study continues to play a role in today's keratoconus care.
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