Nötiges Fachwissen oder Spezialisierung?

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Erstpublikation in der DOZ 06 | 2019, mit freundlicher Genehmigung vom Autor, Herrn Ingo Rütten Sollte ein Augenoptiker heute eine Myopie-Kontrolle anbieten? Hat er die Möglichkeiten dazu, und lässt sich damit Geld verdienen? Die DOZ hat sich umgehört. In den vergangenen Jahren hat sich durch den … Read More

Three years experience of myopia control with contact lenses in Berne

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Background Since 2000 the global prevalence of myopia is raising [1]. Today, myopia and associated conditions are considered to belong to the six leading causes of vison loss worldwide [2]. Atropine, pirenzepine and specialty contact lenses are recommended today to delay myopia progression [3]. Contact lenses … Read More

Axial Length in Orthokeratology Patients: Large Case Series

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Research article from Michael J Lipson*, Jordan K Harris, Henry D Lather, Leslie M Niziol and David C Musch With friendly permission from Michael J Lipson Citation: Lipson MJ, Harris JK, Lather HD, Niziol LM, Musch DC (2016) Axial Length in Orthokeratology Patients: Large Case Series. … Read More

Myopia Control part of “GP ANNUAL REPORT 2017”

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This is an part of the article from the GP ANNUAL REPORT 2017. Republished with permission of Contact Lens Spectrum, Copyright 2017, all rights reserved. Written by EDWARD S. BENNETT, OD, MSED MYOPIA CONTROL The most significant news regarding orthokeratology (ortho-k) in the last year is that, contrary to … Read More

Praktisk og bevisbasert myopi kontroll

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Tekst: Erik Robertstad & Nick Dash Article was first printed on Journal of the Norwegian Association of Optometry (www.optikerne.info) PDF Myopi er en gåte som har forundret forskere i lang tid. De siste årene er det kommet omfangsrike studier på hvorfor myopi utvikles og hvilke tiltak man … Read More

Contact lenses worthwhile option for preteens, children

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This Article was original published at www.aoa.org Date of first publication : 07/2017 Age 16 stands out among life’s milestones: drivers’ licenses, first jobs-and contact lenses? It’s not unusual for parents, or even doctors, to set this age limit, yet research shows that contact lenses are a … Read More

Misight presented at BCLA 2017

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Three-Year Study Indicates Pioneering Contact Lens Therapy Effective in Slowing Myopia Progression in Children by 59%CooperVision reported three-year data from its Clinical Evaluation of a Dual-Focus Myopia Control 1-Day Soft Contact Lens Study during the British Contact Lens Association (BCLA) Clinical Conference and Exhibition in Liverpool … Read More

Contact lens options of a myopic child

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Taken from an article with the permission of the author Nick Dash. References on request.Much of the research published around Myopia Control is based on the use of optical devices. This seems logical as these patients require some form of optical correction and so it seems intuitive … Read More

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