EuroTimes articles by Howard Larkin
Improving cataract outcomesFriday, July 31, 2020
ELP remains top challenge, better measurements can improve accuracy
Refugee eye careThursday, July 30, 2020
Syrian mission shows value of paediatric screening, cataracts, local collaborators
MIGS – how much is too much?Thursday, July 30, 2020
Choices give needed options, but search for ideal continues
Ophthalmology in crisisThursday, July 30, 2020
Confronting new realities is key to successfully reopening after COVID-19
The promise of nanoparticlesWednesday, July 29, 2020
The multiple lipid, aqueous, mucin and lysozyme-rich layers of the tear film and cornea are highly effective at keeping irritants and pathogens out of the eye.
Challenges of infection control for ophthalmologistsWednesday, July 29, 2020
Universal precautions, reorganising office and workflows reduce COVID risk
High-volume surgery, fewer complicationsWednesday, July 29, 2020
Lower capsule complication rates often seen among the high-volume cataract surgeons, as well as for most surgeons in recent years, may be due to more favourable case mixes
Integrating telehealth into ophthalmic practicesTuesday, July 7, 2020
Many practice tasks can be virtualised; patient communication is crucial
Cataract surgery and aerolisationFriday, June 19, 2020
Cataract surgery produces no aerosolisation and is therefore unlikely to spread COVID-19, making it safe to perform with reasonable precautions, according to studies by Professor Rohit Shetty MD, PhD, FRCS, and colleagues from Narayana Nethralaya Eye Hospital, Bangalore, India.
MIGS alone or combined?Saturday, June 6, 2020
Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery techniques (MIGS), including trabecular bypass procedures as well as suprachoroidal and, potentially, subconjunctival shunts, offer surgeons a wide range of options for treating mild to moderate glaucoma and ocular hypertension.