Pharma Science & Practice

ROCK and Whorl

Rhopressa may be a big help with glaucoma, but it could have some corneal side effects.

What’s New with Uveitis

Statins, dietary supplements and a new way to deliver steroids might become part of your treatment regimen, improving outcomes and reducing risks.

Juggling Dry Eye and Glaucoma

Overlap increases as our patients age, so we need to be aware of how treatment of one disease affects the other.

Know Your Systemic Drugs

Understanding what medications are linked to ocular conditions could help you solve enigmatic cases.

Allergy and CLs: The Seasonal Battle

With springtime upon us, know the solutions for your patients’ allergy issues.

Going, Going, Gone… Drops, That Is

New treatment options for postoperative care of cataract surgery are minimizing the need for ophthalmic eye drops.

Corneal Collagen Crosslinking: Not Just for Adults

Treatment plans for pediatric patients with keratoconus may get an upgrade soon with this newly approved technology.

Is a Sustained Medication Delivery System on the Horizon?

Research reveals latanoprost-eluting contact lenses may one day replace daily eye drops.

An Antibacterial Q&A

New antibiotics are scarce—here’s why, and what’s being done about it.

Recycling Cyclosporine

New formulations of an old drug may mean better treatments for dry eye.