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Study: Brimonidine significantly reduces daytime IOP

July 25, 2014

Read the Perspective from Scott Anthony, OD, FAAO

Utilization of brimonidine in a seated position significantly lowered intraocular pressure by increasing uveoscleral outflow, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Glaucoma.

Researchers also found that brimonidine did not have the same effect at night.

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Drug-eluting contacts years away from market, researchers say

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Study: Brimonidine significantly reduces daytime IOP

July 25, 2014
Utilization of brimonidine in a seated position significantly lowered intraocular pressure by increasing uveoscleral outflow, according to a recent…
PCON Reports

Drug-eluting contacts years away from market, researchers say

Primary Care Optometry News, July 2014
Drug-eluting contact lenses have been discussed as a potential treatment modality for decades but have yet to reach patients. To those researching…

Lack of consensus among ODs in role of combination therapies

Primary Care Optometry News, July 2014
When treating patients with glaucoma, optometrists can face many decisions on the way to achieving target intraocular pressure; among these is…
Meeting News Coverage Video

VIDEO: Ferrucci outlines pain management in the optometric practice

June 28, 2014
Steven Ferrucci, OD, said optometrists typically manage acute pain only, treating for just a few days.
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