Thursday, December 13, 2018

Refractive News Feed

What your patient might ask you…

Can you predict how myopic my child will become? A new study says it can. The details: The study used health record refraction data for almost 130,000 Chinese children...

What your patient might ask you…

When can I get the contact lens with Transitions? TIME has announced their picks for the 50 best inventions for 2018 and a couple of...

Did your cataract surgeon graduate over 25 years ago?

A new study says they still do a solid job. The study published in JAMA Ophthalmology found that being a "late-career" surgeon, meaning out of school for...

What your patient might ask you…

Do I have to buy my year supply of my contacts all at once? No. Johnson & Johnson has launched the MyAcuvue Subscription Program which allows...

Weekly social media roundup.

If Snapchat pays you to promote Spectacles... You better promote it. Save this post for next Halloween. Halloween is over but horror from colored contacts lives on. What's new in glasses...

Weekly social media roundup.

Have a ton of student loan debt? You're not alone. According to a survey from Women in Optometry, over 60% of students at graduation had a debt...

Weekly social media roundup.

Get this man some contacts. Another royal wedding was this past week and the groom put his glasses on for just a second to make sure he...

New FDA approval: Inveltys.

Inveltys is approved for the treatment of postoperative inflammation and pain following ocular surgery. What is it? It's a steroid drop, loteprednol etabonate ophthalmic suspension 1% to be...

Weekly social media roundup.

OD save. Great story about a Delaware OD that saved a man's life. Contact Lens Health Week. Mark your social media calendars. August 20-24th is contact lens health week....

What your patient might ask you…

Can my child get glasses to prevent myopia? If you live in Asia, maybe later this year. A research team has collaborated with Hoya on a new spectacle lens called...

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