AAO Waiting Room Vol 3 Eng Subtitled
Your Eyes Instruction Manual Part 1
Your Eyes Instruction Manual Part 2
Dry eye or ocular discomfort is among one of the most common patient complaints presented to the office. Unfortunately, there is no single effective therapy since there is no single reason for the eyes to feel dry in the first place. The company Oyster Point in 2021 launched an edutainment website called DRYEYELAND.COM aimed at healthcare professionals designed to show how complex the ocular surface is and why dry eye is so hard to treat. The site does serve as an excellent primer for understanding the different components to dry eye disease though it does underestimate the utility of artificial tears and anti-inflammatory treatments in my opinion.
Resources and References:
ASCRS Preoperative OSD Algorithm was developed by the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons Cornea Clinical Committee as the first presurgical-specific algorithm for diagnosing all ocular surface diseases prior to refractive surgery but also serves as way to classify non-surgical ocular surface disease as well
ASCRS Speed II Preoperative OSD Questionnaire was designed with the purpose of assessing the preoperative patient symptomatology in a systematic manner
Techniques & Tools for Managing Dry eye - a September 2020 Review of Ophthalmology article with a summary list of currently available dry eye treatments from over-the-counter artificial tears to medications and office procedures