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The Dry Eye Content You Missed at Eyes On 2022
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Missed Eyes On 2022? This largest virtual event of the year for ECPs featured some incredible sessions from leaders in the field of dry eye. Access on-demand recordings now.
On December 3 - 5, 2022, eyecare practitioners from all over the world joined us for Eyes On 2022, a three-day cross-disciplinary eyecare meeting focused on emerging clinical trends, technologies, and treatments in eyecare, and how ECPs can effectively utilize these in-clinic to deliver optimal patient care. Designed for an audience of ophthalmologists and optometrists, the meeting covered new diagnostic standards, treatment options, pharmaceutical agents, and other emerging developments along with co-management strategies.
In preparation for our upcoming dry eye event, Eyes On Dry Eye 2022, we've collected the best sessions from Eyes On 2022 on dry eye disease and management! Keep scrolling to watch our amazing speakers lecture on topics ranging from IPL to platelet rich plasma, and don't forget to register for EODE 2022!
Please note that while some of these courses were given as live CE, they cannot be watched on demand for credit. These videos are provided for review only.
In this lecture, Kambiz Silani, OD, discusses how he treats dry eye with his dry eye treatment "cocktail"—a combination of a standard dry eye questionnaire, slit lamp evaluation, and more. He also explores various patient cases and walks through each treatment method.
Due to their similarity to the pH level of natural tears and several healing growth factors, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) eye drops could be the future of dry eye treatment. Mahnia Madan, OD, FAAO, discusses the composition of PRP, how it works to treat dry eye, and explores interesting patient cases.
In this lecture, Hardeep K. Kataria, OD, FAAO, discusses her multifactorial approach to treating dry eye disease. She reviews the pathophysiology of dry eye to identify the multiple risk factors and entry points into the "vicious cycle" of dry eye, along with the dynamic therapeutic strategy and how to implement it in your practice.
Intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy has been historically used in dermatology but is now a great treatment option for dry eye. Here, Sathi Maiti, OD, reviews the background of IPL, what makes a patient a good candidate for IPL, patient case studies, and more.