What’s new in glaucoma treatment?
There is a growing body of good evidence about the effectiveness of glaucoma treatments. Deploying an effective service for prevention of glaucoma blindness requires highly developed infrastructure, including fully integrated primary, secondary and tertiary eye care services. This is an ideal far removed from reality for most poorer countries, and is not in place in many so-called developed countries.
Articles in this issue –
- What’s new in glaucoma treatment?
- How to assess a patient for glaucoma
- How to manage a patient with glaucoma in Africa
- How to manage a patient with glaucoma in Asia
- How I approach trabeculectomy surgery
- The optic nerve head in glaucoma
- Setting the pace for VISION 2020 in Ghana: the case of Bawku Eye Care Programme
- The social construction of paediatric cataract: how parents make sense of their child’s condition
- Professional management for eye care
- Reaching out: a strategy to provide primary eye care through the indigenous educational system in Pakistan