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glaucoma


Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news Medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw Analysis of the Australian database of adverse event notifications identified medications reported to cause …

The risk of medicine-related adverse ocular events is increasing as our population ages. By knowing the warning signs of the more serious adverse events, pharmacists can improve outcomes for their …

Early detection and adherence to treatment are vital to slow glaucoma progression. Pharmacists have a vital role to play in counselling patients to have regular eye checks and, for those …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news  Association between topical beta-blockers and risks of cardiovascular and respiratory disease in patients with glaucoma In this retrospective cohort analysis of …

Pharmacists are well placed to help reduce the risk of glaucoma progression by recognising the signs and symptoms, counselling on appropriate medication use, and aiding in medication adherence, writes Dr …

Ben Basger highlights eight key points about glaucoma Glaucoma can eventually lead to complete blindness. It can be present for a long time before one has symptoms, and about half …