Tag Archives: Clinical Insight

Canadian Dry Eye Summit: Questioning the questionnaires

Which symtom questionnaire should you use? 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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Practitioner reference: Corneal Infiltrative Events, the facts, figures and how to reduce the risks

With so many figures surrounding incidence and risk factors for CIEs it can be difficult to remember the key points. The practitioner reference guide brings all of these together in one simple reference tool to remind you of how common … Continue reading

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Practitioner Reference: Evolving our Understanding of SICS

A new SICS factsheet is available for practitioners to download, providing a summary of key information about SICS along with advice on how to deal with it in practice. Continue reading

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Practitioner Reference: Applying the clinical management guidelines

A factsheet is available to download, for use by practitioners to help implement myopia management in practice Continue reading

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Keeping a lid on dropout: a view from practice

Brian Tompkins and Keyur Patel provide a practitioner view in the clinical insight section, sharing why they pay such close attention to the condition of the eyelids in their contact lens patients, along with the series of clinical assessments they perform. Continue reading

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Myth 3: It is not worth correcting low astigmats with toric contact lenses

The final myth, tackled by Karen Walsh, concerns the need to fit low astigmats with soft toric rather than spherical contact lenses. Continue reading

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Contact lens cases: a view from practice

Keyur Patel shares tips from practice to help encourage patient compliance Continue reading

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Patient handout: Good habits, healthy eyes for young contact lens wearers

Download our patient handout on healthy contact lens habits for kids! Continue reading

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Online Continuing Education: Enhancing Eye Care through Interprofessional Collaboration

Check out a new COPE-accredited online CE course designed to encourage collaboration between optometrists and pharmacists Continue reading

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