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VIDEO: Dry eye disease treatment starts with education and evaluation

KOLOA, Hawaii — At Hawaiian Eye 2020, Mitchell A. Jackson, MD, founder and CEO of Jacksoneye in Lake Villa, Illinois, says that dry eye disease starts with educating a patient about dry eye disease and ocular surface disease. After that, the patient is evaluated using a questionnaire and then biomarker testing to determine objectively the severity of disease.

Disclosure: Jackson reports being a paid consultant to Quidel.

 

KOLOA, Hawaii — At Hawaiian Eye 2020, Mitchell A. Jackson, MD, founder and CEO of Jacksoneye in Lake Villa, Illinois, says that dry eye disease starts with educating a patient about dry eye disease and ocular surface disease. After that, the patient is evaluated using a questionnaire and then biomarker testing to determine objectively the severity of disease.

Disclosure: Jackson reports being a paid consultant to Quidel.

 

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