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Glaucoma

Business & Profession

It’s All in the Small Print

Eye drops rely on “Grandma technology,” says Sean Ianchulev, and patients deserve better. His solution? Use inkjet instrumentation to print drugs onto the cornea: smaller doses, smarter delivery, safer therapy.

Business & Profession

Mighty MIGS

Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery looks set to transform IOP management – but which interventions are currently available, and when, how and on whom should they be used? Sneha Konda and Bala Ambati discuss.

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Easing the Pressure

It’s time to change the way we think about premium lenses for glaucoma patients.

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All in a Day's Work

| Sponsored by Santen

Highlights from the “Decoding Glaucoma: A place for 24-hour IOP control” educational symposium organized by Santen and held at the 13th EGS Congress, Florence, Italy, on May 19, 2018. The symposium was moderated by Carlo Traverso (University of Genova, Italy), and featured presentations and comments from Luciano Quaranta (University of Brescia, Italy), Antonio Figueiredo (University of Lisbon, Portugal), and Anastasios Konstas (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece).

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Real Advances from Virtual Reality

Combining VR ‘gaming’ technology with advanced wireless electroencephalography may transform the monitoring and diagnosis of visual disorders – particularly glaucoma.

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Shifting Patterns in Glaucoma Management

| Peter Good

Earlier diagnosis, more timely intervention and more rational clinical decisions: the advantages of steady-state pattern electroretinography should not be ignored.

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Stop the Processes?

| Ruth Steer

Reducing IOP by targeting the ciliary body; two physicians present two different approaches

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Filling the Void

Modern visual electrophysiology for the eye care practice.

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What’s the Frequency?

| L. Jay Katz

The promise of round-the-clock IOP monitoring in glaucoma care: a Pandora’s box?

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Surprising Associations, Surprisingly Available

| Anthony Khawaja

Clinical records harboring useful data are there for the taking – we just need to access and analyze them


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