Steinert on Ophthalmology

 
 
  • Pointers in Refractive Surgery   Dr. Roger Steinert shares advice on refractive surgery for non-refractive specialists.
  • Microincision Glaucoma Surgery: Practice Makes Perfect   At a mini-symposium on microincision glaucoma surgery at Hawaiian Eye™ 2013, experts shared many tips especially useful for "non-glaucoma specialists."
  • In With the New: The Latest in Cataract Surgery   Dr. Roger Steinert reports on some of the latest research and technology that are shaping cataract surgery practice.
  • Ethical Issues in the Ophthalmology Practice   A panel of experts at Hawaiian Eye[TM] 2013 agreed that ophthalmologists must not simply pretend to not see ethical issues in their practices.
  • What Not to Miss at AAO 2012   Dr. Roger Steinert touches on a few of the hot topics and innovative content available at this year's American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) meeting.
  • A Crisis in the Medical Device Industry   Dr. Roger Steinert comments on the need for change in the medical device industry so that technologic advances can become available more quickly to better care for patients. Learn how to help.
  • An Added Benefit of Cataract Surgery: Fewer Hip Fractures   A new study finds a lower risk for hip fracture in patients who undergo cataract surgery vs those who do not. Dr. Roger Steinert discusses the findings and what they mean for your patients.
  • iStent: A Step Forward in Glaucoma Therapy   Dr. Roger Steinert discusses the iStent, a groundbreaking device approved by the FDA to treat coexistent open-angle glaucoma and cataract, and how it could change your approach to patient care.
  • Retinal Disease: Advances in Treatment   Drs. Roger Steinert and Barry Kuppermann review the latest study results in retinal disease as presented during ARVO 2012. How will they translate into clinical practice?
  • Corneal Crosslinking: What We Know, What We Don’t Know   Dr. Roger Steinert delves into corneal crosslinking, a subject getting a lot of attention recently. What is it we know, don’t know, and hope to know about this novel procedure?
  • Generic vs Brand-Name Drugs: An Ongoing Debate   With even the Supreme Court weighing in on generic vs brand-name drugs, Dr. Roger Steinert offers his opinion on this ongoing debate and what it means for practicing ophthalmologists.
  • MIGS: A Promising Option in Glaucoma Management   Considerable interest surrounds microincision glaucoma surgery (MIGS), with its less invasive approach. Dr. Roger Steinert explores the surgical techniques and comments on their impact on practice.
  • How to Improve Refractive Outcomes After Cataract Surgery   What do you do when the refractive outcome after cataract surgery does not meet your target? Dr. Roger Steinert offers advice on how to best manage these cases and fine-tune the results.
  • Giving the Gift of Sight   Ophthalmologists are uniquely qualified to give the gift of sight to their patients, and during this holiday season Dr. Roger Steinert reminds us to focus on the blessings of our chosen profession.
  • Game Changers in Ophthalmology: 2011   What are the most fascinating recent developments in ophthalmology? Dr. Roger Steinert offers commentary.
  • Femtosecond Laser to Revolutionize Cataract Surgery   The hottest topic at AAO 2011: femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery. Listen in as our experts discuss the applications and challenges of this exciting new technology.
  • AAO 2011 Wrap-up: Focusing on Innovative Technology   The "disruptive technology" currently occurring in ophthalmology is leading the way to many other innovations that will change clinical practice.
  • Highlights From ESCRS 2011   Dr. Roger Steinert offers his insights on the recent European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons meeting. What are the anticipated latest advances and developments?
  • Countdown to AAO 2011   Dr. Roger Steinert highlights what not to miss at the upcoming American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting, and the Subspecialty Day meeting, to be held October 21-25 in Orlando, Florida.
 
 
 
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