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Eye Surgery

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Killing Two Blurs With One Stone

Is combined cataract-glaucoma surgery worth considering?

Posted 11/05/13 | David Bernard, Senior Associate Editor | Post a comment

Cataract Surgery's New Normal

Focus on improved refractive outcomes to increase patient satisfaction and pump up stagnant reimbursements.

Posted 10/01/13 | Daniel Cook, Executive Editor | Post a comment

Ophthalmology Focuses on Precision

Innovations for 2013 provide better data, visualization and control.

Posted 08/07/13 | Steven D. Vold, MD | Post a comment

Thinking of Buying ... Ophthalmic Safety Blades

Make shielded sharps work for you.

Posted 07/10/13 | Jackie Dayton, RN | Post a comment

Buy the Right Ophthalmic Instruments

Practical tips to satisfy your surgeons and protect the bottom line.

Posted 06/04/13 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

Eye Surgeon Not Liable for Prepping Mishap

Mississippi jury agrees physician's response met standard of care.

Posted 05/22/13 | Post a comment

What's New in Ophthalmic Laser Treatment

An overview of 5 new options for YAG, retinopathy and glaucoma procedures.

Posted 04/03/13 | Lisa Waters-Davis, RN | 1 comment

New 21-State Recall of Compounded Ophthalmic Solutions

Pallimed Pharmacy is third compounder to recall all products in last 2 weeks.

Posted 03/27/13 | Post a comment

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