Dry Eye - Patients Do Not Have To Suffer In Silence
This recorded webinar will look at the prevalence and importance of ‘dry eye’, both in the UK and on a worldwide scale. An evidence-based, logical, and systematic approach, supported by recent global studies will enable delegates to encompass an empathetic and imaginative approach to both diagnostic and treatment programmes. A number of ‘real-life’ case studies will be observed, discussed and debated, with a realistic and pragmatic expectation of outcome and success.
This is a recording of a webinar that was hosted live as part of our Free Webinar Series. Watching the recording and completing the test is worth 1 CET point.
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Dry Eye Diagnosis and Treatment
Dry eye disease (DED) affects hundreds of millions of people throughout the world and is one of the most frequent causes of patient visits to eye care practitioners. Exacerbated by modern lifestyles, symptoms of DED vary widely from mild dryness to severe pain and blurred vision. A better understanding of this multifactorial disease has led to new and better treatments, many of which are in the realm of optometric and contact lens practice.
A Personal Perspective of Dry Eye
Peter Charlesworth is an optometrist who suffers from dry eyes. In this recorded webinar, he'll take you through his journey from someone who manages patients' dry eyes to someone who manages their own dry eye.