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Poll results: Preferred treatment plans for mild-stage POAG

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See our latest poll results

Optometry Times® polled our audience with the following question from January 28, 2022 to February 11, 2022:​ If diagnosed with mild-stage POAG, what would be your preferred treatment plan?

The poll appeared on optometrytimes.com and was promoted on social media channels. Results show the majority of responding ODs would initiate medical therapy with a topical glaucoma medication.

22 ODs responded, in total. Of these:

  • 15 responded "Initiate medical therapy with a topical glaucoma medication"
  • 4 responded "Have selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT)"
  • 3 responded "Have a minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS)"

Check out our latest poll: What is your big goal for 2022?

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