Technology Update

Keep in Touch (Virtually) With Your Patients

The new normal demands new solutions. Here’s an overview of five tools that can help your practice transition and grow.

01/15/2021

Anterior Segment OCT: Still Evolving

Although this hasn’t yet become the standard-of-care, more surgeons are finding it very helpful—and the best may lie ahead.

12/10/2020

Monoclonal Antibodies For Ocular Symptoms

Neuro-ophthalmologists review two new drugs that can treat the ocular manifestations of giant cell arteritis and Graves’ disease.

11/05/2020

Retinal Imaging On the Go

Although handheld fundus cameras require close contact, they may still be viable for some clinics and teleophthalmology.


09/09/2020

Sterilizing Surgical Masks During a Crisis

Finding ways to make the most of essential equipment that’s in limited supply calls for ingenuity. Here’s an update. 

06/08/2020

Telemedicine in the Time of COVID-19

Telemedicine experts offer some tips for navigating distance doctoring during the pandemic. 


05/06/2020

3-D Heads-up Displays & the Anterior Segment Surgery

Proponents say this technology is becoming more viable as a tool for surgeons working at the front of the eye.



04/09/2020

Low-Vision Devices: The Overt and Covert

A look at four low-vision devices and some tips for modifying smartphones to help those with limited sight.


03/07/2020

Manual LRIs: Tools of the Trade

Despite the availability of more high-tech options, manual LRIs can still be a useful way to address astigmatism.



02/05/2020

Lords of the Rings: The Defeat of Miosis

Pupillary expansion rings aren’t Elven-made, but they are powerful tools for combating intraoperative miosis.


01/08/2020