Primary Care Optometry News


The following articles appeared in the print edition of PRIMARY CARE OPTOMETRY NEWS.

Table of Contents

Advanced device facilitates independence in low vision

Patients with moderate, severe glaucoma may benefit from MIGS

Gretta Ghaner, OD; Michael Cymbor, OD

Study shows nasal spray improves tear film production

Visual field testing still essential for glaucoma management

Elliot M. Kirstein, OD, FAAO

From The Editor

It is our job to harness AI in medicine

Michael D. DePaolis, OD, FAAO

In the Journals

Contact lens sensor may help assess risk of future visual field loss

CoQ10, vitamin E may reduce oxidative stress in glaucoma

Letters to the Editor

Déjà vu all over again

Meeting News

VIDEO: One out of 10 has chronic headaches

TrueTear appropriate for most patients, stimulates natural tears

NuSight launches at-home dry eye treatment device

Topcon launches swept source OCT with eye tracking, fundus imaging

Pearle Vision seeks affiliates through new program

Survey: Most ODs choose silicone hydrogel over hydrogel 1-day lenses

AOA supports and protects optometrists’, patients’ interests

AOA MORE registry announces first data

VIDEO: National Academies of Practice works to increase access to care

VIDEO: Multiple microbypass stents control IOP better

J&J leadership pursues technological advances, continued advocacy

PCON Reports

AI advances vision science, identifies disease patterns faster

Social Media and the OD

Serve your patients, grow your practice with social media

Agustin L. Gonzalez, OD, FAAO

What's Your Diagnosis?

Young woman presents with near vision blur

Chris Borgman, OD, FAAO; Eric Woodward, OD