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  1. Surgically Induced Dry Eye and Advances in Dry...

    2 CPD in Australia | 1.25G in New Zealand | 08 December 2018

    Dr. Con Moshegov and Assoc. Professor Colin Chan   Surgically Induced Dry Eye presented by Dr. Con Moshegov discusses while more and more patients are undergoing either cataract surgery or refractive surgery. These patients may experience either... Read More

  2. Cataract Surgery and IOLs:What the Doctor...

    2 CPD in Australia | 0.25CD + 0.25G in New Zealand | 08 December 2018

    By Dr. Christolyn Raj    Among many disciplines in eye care where co-management is a necessity, perhaps the most challenging is in the area of cataract/refractive surgery care. Read More

  3. Bausch and Lomb Biotrue ONEday Lenses for...

    2M CPD in Australia | 0.75G in New Zealand | 08 December 2018

    By David Stephensen     In this Video CPD, David Stephensen presents the latest innovations in Bausch and Lomb Contact lenses. Part I - Hypergel Modern day Lens Challenges, New Technology Hypergel, BioTrue ONEday Use Of New Technology,... Read More

  4. Managing Age-Related Astigmatism

    2M CPD in Ausrtalia | 0.75G in New Zealand | 08 December 2018

    By David Stephensen    In the course of our daily professional lives our patients will often ask the question, “What is astigmatism?”. In response, there is a brief period of silence as we run through, in our minds, which of our... Read More

  5. Managing Acute Corneal Hydrops

    2T CPD in Australia | 0.75CD in New Zealand | 08 December 2018

    By David Foresto    Acute corneal hydrops are uncommon and often selflimiting. When suspected, clinicians should be careful in their slit lamp assessment to rule out other more sinister and sight threatening pathologies. Once diagnosed,... Read More

  6. PDR: A New Anti-VEGF Era?

    2 CPD in Australia | 0.5CD in New Zealand | 08 December 2018

    By Associate Professor Adrian Fung and Dr. Michelle Hui    Proliferative diabetic retinopathy is a leading cause of severe vision impairment. Untreated, almost half of patients with high risk PDR will develop severe visual loss within five... Read More

  7. Late Presentation Eye Disease

    2 CPD in Australia | 0.5G in New Zealand | 08 December 2018

    By Esther Euripidou    Sometimes, a patient will present with an eye disease or subnormal vision at a stage when we have limited capacity to help them. Often when this is the case, there is an overlay of patient anxiety which may compromise... Read More

  8. The Changing Landscape of Glaucoma

    2T CPD in Australia | 0.5CD in New Zealand | 08 December 2018

    By Dr. Simon Skalicky     Ten major changes over the past 10 years have significantly altered and improved the delivery of glaucoma healthcare. These changes have come about thanks to a growing understanding of glaucoma risk factors and... Read More

  9. Magic in Layered Corneal Transplantation

    2 CPD in Australia | 1G in New Zealand | 08 December 2018

    By Dr. Anthony J Maloof    Layers of the cornea are now able to be separated and selectively replaced, resulting in a stronger eye that is less likely to be lost due to trauma. Read More

  10. Intraocular Pressure Phasing and Glaucoma

    2T CPD in Australia | 0.5CD in New Zealand | 08 December 2018

    By Jessie Huang and Dr. Barbara Zangerl    Obtaining the intraocular pressure measurements of patients with, or at risk of glaucoma, while in their habitual environment and across the day, can provide insights that will potentially influence... Read More

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