The Dry Eye Debate: The Progressive Practice
Live roundtable, featuring Elizabeth Yeu, Laura Periman, Stefano Barabino and William Trattler, explored ocular surface disease, including blepharitis, new products and technologies, and the impact of COVID-19 on dry eye disease
Aleksandra Jones |
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This live roundtable, recorded on December 5, 2020, features an international panel of leading ocular surface experts talking about how the define ocular surface disease, explain dry eye disease to patients, develop and use work-up protocols and diagnostic tests, and recognize and treat blepharitis. You can also find out about the latest innovations in this field that leading dry eye specialists are using or looking forward to trying in their practice, and studies linking ocular surface with COVID-19, including mask wearing. The experts discuss how ocular surface management can drive practice recovery post-pandemic, and impact future growth.
The discussion was sponsored by Tarsus.
Meet the panel
Elizabeth Yeu, Assistant Professor at Eastern Virginia Medical School and Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Surgeon with Virginia Eye Consultants, VA, USA, who chaired and moderated the roundtable
Stefano Barabino, Head of the Ocular Surface Center at the Sacco Hospital, Milan, Italy
Laura M. Periman, Director of Dry Eye Services and Clinical Research at the Dry Eye Clinic, Seattle, WA, USA
William Trattler, cataract, corneal and refractive specialist at the Center for Excellence in Eye Care in Miami, Florida, USA