Optometry Times’® September issue explores common challenges ODs around the world are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Written by top doctors and experts in the optometric field, it highlights clinical topics including glaucoma, contact lenses, ocular surface disease, retina, refractive surgery, and emerging technology.
Is noncontact tonometry still safe to use during COVID-19? Tracey Schroeder Swartz, OD, MS, FAAO, raises the question in her piece exploring the challenge of measuring IOP during the pandemic. Lorne Yudcovitch, OD, MS, FAAO, digs into retinal imaging technology in “Imaging helps to identify retinal disease.” Could fundus autofluorescence be used to diagnose SARS-CoV-2?
Jade Coats, OD, details how the new “normal” may contribute to presenting conditions in ODs’ offices with 5 common ocular problems seen during the pandemic.
Our team of experts take information from the latest research in the field of optometry and make it useful for ODs everyday practice.
The September issue is filled with practical, hands-on advice and tried-and-true tips to help ODs improve quality of care, achieve business goals and stay up to date on the latest technological advancements.
Download the September issue here.