Acuvue Oasys

Preparing your patient for PRKPhotorefractive keratectomy (PRK) was the original excimer laser procedure approved by the FDA—and is still a safe and effective treatment of refractive errors. PRK has the benefits of no-flap creation; therefore, there is no risk of flap complications.
5 things you missed at SECO 2017 in Atlanta
5 things you missed at SECO 2017 in AtlantaSECO 2017 has come to a close, but Optometry Times has you covered with things you may have missed while taking in a lecture, perusing the exhibit hall, or exploring Atlanta’s Centennial Park.
Combination glaucoma therapy by drug-eluting lensesIn this article, the authors present their recent findings on drug-eluting, extended-wear contact lenses for glaucoma and discuss how these lenses may provide week-long IOP reduction with just one day of wear.
J&J announces plans to discontinue Acuvue Advance, introduces Acuvue Oasys six-month supply packPhiladelphia—Johnson & Johnson Vision Care announced its plans to discontinue the Acuvue Advance brand contact lenses next year, and also announced the availability of a six-month supply pack of Acuvue Oasys at the American Optometric Association Meeting 2014.
Study: coefficient of friction of 1-Day Acuvue TruEye, Acuvue Oasys comparable to human cornea
Study: coefficient of friction of 1-Day Acuvue TruEye, Acuvue Oasys comparable to human corneaAccording to research presented at the 2014 British Contact Lens Association Clinical Conference, found the coefficient of friction of the 1-Day Acuvue TruEeye and Acuvue Oasys brand contact lenses were comparable to that of the human cornea.
Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism expands parametersJohnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. announced that effective April 15, 2014, Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism will be available in more parameters.