FDA: Risk of blindness from compounded eye drugFDA warns that this compounded eye drug could lead to a disease that causes blindness.
Helping the underprivileged to seeRoughly 300 million people are visually impaired—38 million of whom are blind and most of whom live in so-called developing countries. However, there are many institutions with specific campaigns aimed at eliminating preventable blindness.
HA fillers and blindnessAre we still in the dark when it comes to preventing and managing blindness from filler injections?
Global eye care hope soars with airborne teaching hospitalAn aircraft that houses an ophthalmic teaching hospital, containing an on-board operating theatre, training and broadcasting facilities, and treatment rooms, recently visited London Stansted Airport in the UK.
When an artist loses vision
3 Tips for avoiding blindnessDr. Wendy Lee discusses 3 specific ways to protect the eyes from vision loss during cosmetic surgery procedures at this year's Global Aesthetics Conference.
Be part of the vision rehab team for your pediatric patientsOphthalmologists who treat children with a diagnosis of vision loss can help with the near-term adjustment and long-term pursuit of goals by providing information about rehabilitation programs, support groups, and other resources.
Combination anti-VEGF, navigated laser for DME on a par with monotherapyData show that the combination of navigated laser and anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) compares favorably with anti-VEGF monotherapy.
Advice on choosing AREDS or AREDS 2 in non-smokersIn this article, the authors discuss the benefits of nutritional supplementation in preventing AMD progression and consider which AREDS formulation is the most appropriate in smokers and non-smokers.
Over-prescribing steroids to treat allergic conjunctivitis leads to SIGOphthalmologists are over-prescribing steroids to treat vernal keratoconjunctivitis (VKC) and causing an increase of steroid-induced glaucoma (SIG) in children, according to a recent study publish in the British Journal of Ophthalmology.