Our two-sided reference has been designed to be printed out and kept for use in practice. Side one summarizes the TFOS DEWS II diagnostic algorithm, providing additional information on what to consider during patient screening, when assessing homeostasis markers and … Continue reading
Putting dry eye theory into practice
A review of practical tips and insights from the 2019 Canadian Dry Eye Summit. Held in Toronto, the second Canadian Dry Eye Summit saw a full house of Optometrists listen to, and ask questions of, recognised global experts in dry eye practice. This special edition of contact lens update reports on what was discussed at the two-day meeting, highlights key topics, shares practical tips on how to apply the theory to your practice, and reviews the use of symptom questionnaires. So read on to find out the highlights from Drs Laura Periman, Scott Schachter, Etty Bitton and Lyndon Jones among others. For those of you thinking about starting, or growing your dry eye practice, then see what Drs Trevor Miranda, Henry Reis, Euan McGinty and John Wilson shared from direct experience of their own specialist dry eye practices. Whether you are wondering where to start with dry eye, or looking to take your practice to the next level, this issue will give you new information you can apply directly to practice.