Myopia Control: An Evidence Based Approach Recorded webinar
This lecture, originally delivered as a webinar, introduces myopia and explains the increasing prevalence of myopia in children in western countries. It reviews the prevalence and possible causes of myopia as a disease, looking at the increased risk of ocular pathology with increasing myopia.
Nick Dash introduces the concept of myopia control therapy and uses Peer-Reviewed Research to highlight the relative successes and limitations of therapy using Soft and Ortho-K contact lenses, spectacle lenses, pharmaceutical products and lifestyle advice.
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CET Points: 1
Eyecare credits: 1
Expiry Date: 31/12/2020
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