Kids, Teens & Contact Lenses
Contact lenses can make a big difference to a child's life and the motivating factors are similar to those for adults: cosmesis, sport, and improved visual function. But each of these factors is more likely to apply to a child than to an adult. The presentation will emphasise clinical relevance. In particular, throughout the talk the content will be related to the practitioner in the consulting room with the patient. Tips will be given for handling the child patient, and explaining the benefits of contact lenses and the essentials for safe wear to both child and parent.
CPD Points: 1
Visionstryt credits: 1
Expiry Date: 31/12/2020
An In-Depth Look at 3D Technology
Professor David Thomson takes an in-depth look at 3D technology and a variety of symptoms that may be associated with viewing such displays.
AMD - Reducing Risk and Incidence
This video was filmed live at Eyecare 3000 Glasgow 2011
Who, why, where and what to do?
Acanthamoeba Keratitis is a devastating eye infection which in developed countries most commonly occurs in contact lens wearers. Consultant Ophthalmologist Deepa Anijeet will summarise key concepts such as risk factors, diagnosis and treatment of Acanthamoeba Keratitis. It will also highlight key areas of research that offer hope for sufferers.