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Glaucoma is a set of eye diseases that affects millions worldwide. Also known as the silent thief of the eyesight, it silently creeps up on the patient, damaging the eye and causing vision loss. Most people are unaware of the existence of glaucoma and its effects on the eye until it’s already too late. Let's be aware of some common myths and facts related to Glaucoma explained by Dr. Pradeep Aggarwal Consultant Ophthalmologist at The Sight Avenue Hospital. Visit The Sight Avenue Eye Hospital ...
 
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The event featured Elin Schold Davis from the Older Driver Initiative, who provided information about diseases that cause vision issues or loss and the effects on driving. Many participants had questions and concerns about safe driving conditions, signs for concerns about driving, and how to transition to driving less.…
 
Intro: Welcome to Talking About Glaucoma episode #34 for May 7, 2021. Here’s another recording from the vaults that is getting to see the light of day. It is one of 3 episodes recorded in person back in late February 2020 just before Covid de-railed us all from business as usual. My apologies for the sound quality on this one; I was experimenting w…
 
This event featured Dr. Bonnielin Swenor, Ph.D., M.P.H., Director of the Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center, and an associate professor of ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute. She is also an associate professor of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, as well as a core faculty member at the Johns Ho…
 
Intro: Welcome to Talking About Glaucoma episode #33 for December 31, 2020. I bet you're glad this year is over! I'm still digging through the vaults to post episodes like this gem and have a few more that will go live soon. Email me at podcast@iguy.org if you would like to be on the show to discuss a topic in glaucoma or if you have questions that…
 
Intro: My apologies for the >1 year gap since my last episode. It's been quite the year moving my work back to full time in Vancouver and providing patient care in our new normal of a pandemic. There are many more episodes that have been recorded; I'll keep trying to get them posted more often. Email me at podcast@iguy.org if you would like to be o…
 
Glaucoma is a set of eye diseases that affects millions worldwide. Also known as the silent thief of the eyesight, it silently creeps up on the patient, damaging the eye and causing vision loss. Most people are unaware of the existence of glaucoma and its effects on the eye until it’s already too late.Let's be aware of some common myths and facts r…
 
The guest is Deirdre Johnston, M.B.B.Ch., M.D., who is Assistant Professor, Division of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Medical Director of the PATCH and MIND at Home community-based programs.저자 BrightFocus Foundation
 
The goal of the late Dave Epstein was to find a drug that treats the cause of glaucoma by improving trabecular meshwork outflow. After many years of research, Aerie Pharmaceuticals was formed and refined a Rho Kinase inhibitor called Netarsudil. In April 2018 this came to market as Rhopressa and March 2019, combined with latanoprost, as Roclatan. T…
 
Intro: Welcome back to Talking About Glaucoma, a podcast of indeterminate length and frequency. I’m your host Robert Schertzer, a Glaucoma Specialist from Vancouver, BC Canada. To help produce future shows more frequently, I will no longer include artwork and chapter markings. Hopefully this will get me back on track to publishing new episodes each…
 
In this episode, I’m talking with Ron Fellman from Glaucoma Associates of Texas about the Fellman Fluid Wave and its clinical implications in glaucoma surgery. Episode Chapters: Intro: Ron Fellman Glaucoma Associates of Texas Fluid Wave: what it isRelated strictly to conventional outflow Evidence of patency of this system When unroofing Schlemm’s c…
 
This telephone discussion features Orli Weisser-Pike, a doctor of occupational therapy and a certified low vision therapist. She has over eighteen years of clinical experience in a wide variety of settings and has for the past decade specialized in treating people disabled by vision loss.저자 BrightFocus Foundation
 
[This AAC .m4a version has chapter markers and artwork embedded in the podcast to enhance the experience on devices/apps that support this, which includes most podcasting apps on iOS and Android devices. It is the preferred version for experiencing this podcast.] I sat down with Chris Johnson at a recent American Glaucoma Society meeting to discuss…
 
[This AAC .m4a version has chapter markers and artwork embedded in the podcast to enhance the experience on devices/apps that support this, which includes most podcasting apps on iOS and Android devices. It is the preferred version for experiencing this podcast.] Tom Harbin, MD In this episode, Tom Harbin, from Eye Consultants of Atlanta, and I dis…
 
[This AAC .m4a version has chapter markers and artwork embedded in the podcast to enhance the experience on devices/apps that support this, which includes most podcasting apps on iOS and Android devices. It is the preferred version for experiencing this podcast.] Tracy Wright, MD In this episode, I talk with Tracy Wright, now based at Kaiser Perman…
 
In this episode, I talk with Nelson Winkler (a medical student at the time) and Cheryl Khanna (Glaucoma attending) at The Mayo Clinic, who analyzed the outcomes of their team based model for Glaucoma care. This physician- led model began in 2008 and has Ophthalmologists working together with Optometrists to deliver glaucoma care. With specific defi…
 
The featured speakers for this telephone discussion are Katherine Freund, the President and Founder of the Independent Transportation Network (ITN America), a national nonprofit providing transportation to seniors and to adults with visual impairments, and Karen A. Keninger, director of the National Library Service (NLS) for the Blind and Physicall…
 
[This AAC .m4a version has chapter markers and artwork embedded in the podcast to enhance the experience on devices/apps that support this, which includes most podcasting apps on iOS and Android devices. It is the preferred version for experiencing this podcast.] In this episode, I talk with Suman Thapa about delivering glaucoma care in Nepal. This…
 
[This AAC .m4a version has chapter markers and artwork embedded in the podcast to enhance the experience on devices/apps that support this, which includes most podcasting apps on iOS and Android devices. It is the preferred version for experiencing this podcast.] In this episode, Tom Samuelson and I discuss trabecular bypass procedures including th…
 
After almost a full year off the air during which time I relocated from Vancouver, BC to Hanover, NH I am working on catching up with editing and posting episodes that I've recorded over the past two years but never had time to complete. My goal as always is to produce episodes on a regular basis and hope to get some support at my new academic inst…
 
In this episode, Dr Blumenthal and I discuss the not so obvious technique of peripheral laser iridotomy, emphasizing the shift away from the 12 o'clock position to a temporal location for most patients. We discuss the rationale for this shift, that includes the dramatic reduction in photopsias, as well as some tips and tricks in performing this tec…
 
In this episode, Dr Berlin and I discuss the elusive quest to have the Excimer Laser Trabeculostomy (ELT) that he pioneered gain traction after 30 years of development. (This is the AAC enhanced version with chapter markers and images optimized for iOS devices and computers; see mp3 version for most other devices.) Dr Berlin's contact information: …
 
In this audio presentation, Dr. Guy Eakin, Vice President of Scientific Affairs at the BrightFocus Foundation and Donald Zack, M.D., Ph.D., from Johns Hopkins University, talk about the diagnosis of the glaucoma. They discuss diagnostic tests for glaucoma and factors that can impact your eye pressure readings. This information is designed for anyon…
 
In this episode, Dr Solish and I discuss the art of “needling” a filtering bleb, or as he likes to call it, a Slit Lamp Revision (SLR), to resuscitate its function. Beginning with the history of when he first thought of the idea as a resident and it was shot down and how this evolved to using antimetabolites in conjunction with the needling in orde…
 
In this episode, Dr Krishna and I discuss the Eye HandBook app that he and partner Dr Ken Lord developed. This app, available for both iOS and Android devices, has been a huge success. How can you disagree when the price is FREE and it is loaded with useful information for eye care professionals? At the time of this recording in March 2011 the Andr…
 
For people with glaucoma or at risk of developing it, a healthy lifestyle that includes regular exercise and a nutritious diet is especially important. In addition to benefiting overall physical and mental well-being, it promotes eye health. Maintaining mental and emotional health is also important.저자 BrightFocus Foundation
 
In this audio presentation, Dr. Guy Eakin, Vice President of Scientific Affairs at the BrightFocus Foundation and Donald Zack, M.D., Ph.D., from Johns Hopkins University talk about the importance of research in finding a cure for glaucoma and important areas of research, including genetics, understanding how damage occurs to the optic nerve, vision…
 
In this audio presentation, Dr. Guy Eakin, Vice President of Scientific Affairs at the BrightFocus Foundation talks about glaucoma. You will learn about the different forms of glaucoma, as well as its symptoms and risk factors. This information is designed for anyone who has glaucoma or is caring for a family member or friend who has this eye disea…
 
In this audio presentation, Dr. Guy Eakin, Vice President of Scientific Affairs at the BrightFocus Foundation and Donald Zack, M.D., Ph.D., from Johns Hopkins University talk about the symptoms of the two most common forms of glaucoma. They discuss the importance of regular eye exams and early detection, especially for those at high risk. This info…
 
In this audio presentation, Dr. Guy Eakin, Vice President of Scientific Affairs at the BrightFocus Foundation discusses the risk factors associated with glaucoma. In addition, he talks about how you can promote general eye health. This information is designed for anyone who has glaucoma or is caring for a family member or friend who has this eye di…
 
In this episode, Dr Sarkisian and I discuass his use of Ologen branded collagen matrix in attempts to improve the success of glaucoma surgery. This novel modification has yet to gain widespread support and would still be considered experimental at the time of this recording. Steven R. Sarkisian, Jr., MD is the director of the glaucoma fellowship at…
 
Talking About Glaucoma #16 for late July 2011 - Dr Gus De Moraes, Risk factors for VF Progression in glaucoma patients In this episode, Dr De Moraes and I discuss risk factors for visual field progression in patients already diagnosed with and being treated for glaucoma. Dr De Moraes’ group found that patients with established glaucoma were more li…
 
In this episode, Dr Ehrlich and I discuss baseline corneal hysteresis and its relationship with the amount of IOP reduction in prostaglandin treatment. Dr Josh Ehrlich is a fourth year medical student at the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. He begins his Ophthalmology residency July 2012 at the Wills Eye Institute. E-mail: email: jre…
 
In this episode, Dr Dale Heuer and I discuss the latest glaucoma surgical techniques and devices in search of solid evidence for their safety and effecacy. Trabeculectomy is the operation that we love to hate so we are always looking for something better. In some countries, new devices just require proving safety without having to show efficacy whe…
 
Show notes Talking About Glaucoma #13 December 2010 Glaucoma Risk Factors In this episode, Dr Nicolela and I discuss the risk factors for the development of glaucoma. This includes talking about the difference between risk factors for developing disease vs those for disease to progress. Much of our current knowledge is based on information from cli…
 
In this episode, Mr Foster and I discuss angle closure glaucoma focusing on epidemiology, mechanism and treatment (iridotomy and cataract extraction.) Mr Paul Foster a consultant glaucoma specialist with a particular interest in angle-closure glaucoma. He runs the only specialist clinic for angle-closure glaucoma in Europe at Moorfields Eye Hospita…
 
In this episode, Drs Schuman, Burgoyne and I discuss optic nerve and nerve fiber layer iimaging in glaucoma. To clarify the different modalities, the Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope (CSLO) has been popularized as the Heidelberg Engineering device, current version being the HRT 3; the Scanning Laser Polarimeter is the GDx machine, and; the or…
 
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