Covid’s impact on acute eye services and small-gauge vitrectomy concerns

The impact of Covid policies on acute ophthalmology services - Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Louisa Wickham et al  Eye (Lond), 2020 Jul...

Virtual reality improves surgical training, patient safety

Ophthalmic surgery requires microsurgical techniques to be executed with dexterity, precision and proficiency. Understandably, providing a risk-free environment...

Cataract research, and what’s your IOL preference?

Immediate sequential bilateral cataract surgery (ISBCS) has become a more popular method for cataract surgery in recent years, and the pandemic has dramatically...

Māori and Pasifika, and ophthalmology

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) has identified indigenous workforce development as a priority. Tackling this...

Considering glaucoma…

Supplements in glaucoma management have been a topic of interest for a long time, especially for those of us who lose sleep over patients with progressive...

ECPs’ approach to dry eye management

The TFOS DEWS II reports were published in 2017, bringing practitioners up to date on the scientific evidence related to dry eye disease (DED), including...

Tackling the DED vicious circle

A recently awarded Health Research Council (HRC) project grant will investigate a novel eye drop that tackles the vicious circle of dry eye disease (DED),...

Artificial tears: preserved or non-preserved, that is the question

With apologies to William Shakespeare for the title, this was indeed the question addressed in our recent literature review1. With increasing availability...

Castor oil for blepharitis

Blepharitis is one of the most common ophthalmic conditions, characterised by chronic inflammation of the eyelid tissues and affecting the eyelashes, meibomian...

Amniotic membrane for DED

Dry eye disease is a common ocular surface disorder, resulting in one of the most frequently encountered complaints in ophthalmic practice. Whilst the...

Oculoplastics research update

Success of endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy with or without stents Maria Julia Orsolini, Silvana Artioli Schellini, Roberta Lilian Fernandes Souza Meneguim &...

Worrying results from Welcome to School study

Uncorrected refractive errors account for up to 96% of visual impairment in school-aged children and are associated with amblyopia and strabismus development,...

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