Howard Barnebey, MD, shares his experience with the NIDEK YC-200 S plus YAG/SLT laser and how its enhanced engineering and features allow for precision, control, and functionality when performing SLT, capsulotomies, and iridotomies.
Jessica Livermont, BA, Brooke Pankhurst, BSc, and Nathan Lighthizer, OD, FAAO SIGNIFICANCE: Primary open angle glaucoma is often treated with SLT. Energy from the laser has the potential to adversely aﬀect the corneal endothelium. PURPOSE: We want to know if the new SLT laser is more protective of the endothelial cell count versus other brands […]
Accuracy, reproducibility, and ease of use are hallmarks of the NIDEK AL-Scan optical biometer In refractive cataract surgery, a fraction of a diopter or a few degrees of astigmatism one way or the other can mean the difference between delight and disappointment for patients, even when the surgery was otherwise textbook perfect. Our two-surgeon practice […]
A Case Study on the MP-3 in a Retina and Low Vision Practice BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: Central vision loss can be caused by congenital or acquired retinal disease including ARMD. Our retinal doctors at MOORE EYE INSTITUTE treat the retinal disease and the patient’s functional needs are treated during the low vision evaluation. One method of achieving […]