Author Archives: Sarah Guthrie

Multifocal Contact Lens Fitting: Clinical Pearls

Download PDF Marc Schulze is a senior clinical scientist at the Centre for Ocular Research & Education, in the School of Optometry & Vision Science at the University of Waterloo, Canada. With an aging population1, the number of presbyopic patients … Continue reading

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Article Review: Visual performance with multifocal contact lenses and progressive addition spectacles

Download PDF Jennifer (Jenny) Swingle Fogt is an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University College of Optometry.  At OSU, she teaches and cares for patients in the Contact Lens Clinic and serves as the director of the Innovation in … Continue reading

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Relationships between success factors in daily disposable multifocal lenses

Sarah Guthrie is the Data, Statistics & Website manager at the Centre for Ocular Research & Education (CORE), in the School of Optometry & Vision Science at the University of Waterloo, Canada. Originally shared at the American Academy of Optometry … Continue reading

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Patient Handout: Multifocal Soft Contact Lenses

Communication is key when introducing presbyopes to the concept of multifocal soft contact lenses. Download and use our patient-facing infographic to guide your conversations.  

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Examining symptomatic relief and kinetic tear film stability of I-DROP MGD eye drops

Alison Ng is a clinical scientist at the Centre for Ocular Research & Education, in the School of Optometry & Vision Science at the University of Waterloo. Download the poster (.pdf) originally shared at the American Optometric Association Annual meeting … Continue reading

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Prescribing Lubricating Eye Drops for Common Ocular Conditions

Download PDF Dr. Pucker is the Sr. Director of Clinical Development at Lexitas Pharma Services, and his independent research career has focused on dry eye disease, contact lenses, and myopia development. Lubricating eyes drops are commonly self-prescribed by patients for … Continue reading

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Practitioner Reference: Artificial Tear Ingredient Fact Sheet

Download our fact sheet describing artificial tear ingredients. Use it as a guide to help select artificial tears based on your patients’ individual needs. Continue reading

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Article Review: Rheological behavior of commercial artificial tear solutions

Download PDF Paul Murphy is a Professor at the School of Optometry and Vision Science, University of Waterloo.   Arshinoff, S., Hofmann, I. and Nae, H., 2021. Rheological behavior of commercial artificial tear solutions. Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, … Continue reading

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Practitioner Reference: Communication in Myopia Management

Kate and Paul Gifford provide an infographic with communication tips eye care practitioners can use when discussing myopia management Continue reading

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Practitioners Must Embrace Myopia Management

Mark Bullimore, Paul Chamberlain, and Noel Brennan discuss why myopia management is so important Continue reading

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