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Article: September 27, 2021 | Review of Optometry

Implementing Dark Adaptation in Optometric Practice

Nineteen optometrists share their insights on best practices when it comes to recommending and interpreting tests and discussing results with patients.

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Article: September 15, 2021 | Optometry Times

ODs are Ignoring Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Practitioners spend more time diagnosing glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy than AMD. Dark adaptation testing can help change this.

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Article: August 10, 2021 | Women in Optometry

How “Macula Mondays” Educates Patients About AMD in a Fun Environment

Jessica Marshall, OD, of Holmdel, New Jersey, takes the discussion about AMD out of the exam room and into everyday conversation with “Macula Mondays.”

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Article: August 2, 2021 | Primary Care Optometry News

Current AMD Research Impacts Clinical Practice

During the COVID slowdown, researchers seem to have sped up publishing breakthrough research on age-related macular degeneration. Much of this can be applied to real-life optometric practice.

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Article: August 2, 2021 | Vision Monday

Dr. Vicki Dzurinko: A Rising Star Among Us

Director of Professional Relations with MacuLogix, Vicki Dzurinko, OD, MBA, FAAO, was honored as a Rising Star in Vision Monday’s Most Influential Women in Optical 2021.

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Article: July 16, 2021 | Women in Optometry

On Our Way To Better Days

How can we make timely referrals the norm, not the exception? Jessica Haynes, OD, shares how technology takes the guesswork out of monitoring and managing AMD suspects.

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Article: June 30, 2021 | Review of Optometric Business

AMD & COVID: What Has the Pandemic’s Impact Been on Those with AMD?

Read how AMD went undetected due to delayed care because a patient feared catching COVID at the doctor’s office.

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Article: June 15, 2021 | Review of Optometry

Rescuing the Retina

Many specialists find themselves overburdened with the increasing demand for cutting-edge eye care. Innovations – such as the AdaptDx Pro dark adaptometer – are helping to expand optometry’s role in patient care, thus reducing some of the burden.

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Article: May 19, 2021 | IoT Times

6 Ways IoT Tech is Changing the Medical Field

The Internet of Things (IoT) accelerates medical advancements, bringing much-appreciated improvements for patients and providers alike. Here are six ways in which IoT technology, such as the AdaptDx Pro guided by Theia, has recently benefited the medical field.

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Article: May 19, 2021 | Review of Optometric Business

A New Approach to the Old Problem of AMD

Plenty can change in the months between comprehensive exams, especially for our aging patients. Dr. Tammy Tully sleeps better at night knowing that she’s detecting AMD as early as possible to prescribe proactive treatment to help preserve their vision.

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