Author Archives: Sarah Guthrie

Practitioner Reference: Diagnosis and classification of dry eye disease

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

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Canadian Dry Eye Summit: Conference review

CORE’s Karen Walsh reports on Day 1 of the conference. Continue reading

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Canadian Dry Eye Summit: On the subject of nutrition

Understand more about how nutrition and supplementation can help dry eye patients Continue reading

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Canadian Dry Eye Summit: Getting started in practice

Practical tips and tricks on how to get started with your dry eye practice Continue reading

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Canadian Dry Eye Summit: Questioning the questionnaires

Which symtom questionnaire should you use? Continue reading

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Orthokeratology for slowing progression of myopia

Paul Gifford’s editorial covers the use of orthokeratology for slowing the progression of myopia. Continue reading

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Customizing orthokeratology for myopia control

Paul Gifford’s editorial covers the use of orthokeratology for slowing the progression of myopia. Continue reading

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Combined atropine with orthokeratology in childhood myopia control (AOK) – A randomized controlled trial

Paul Gifford discusses work presented at ARVO 2019 on combining atropine with orthokeratology for myopia control. Continue reading

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Practitioner reference: Getting started with Orthokeratology

The clinical insight in this issue is a practitoner reference and infographic “Getting started with orthokeratology”, stepping you through obtaining good corneal topography images, how to assess likelihood of achieving full refraction from OK, and decision making for correcting astigmatism. Continue reading

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Contact Lens Compendium

The Contact Lens Compendium is an up-to-date listing of contact lenses and solutions available in Canada.  It is available for free as a searchable online database for Canadian eye care professionals.  The 2019 issue is now available to download.

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