News form our full member Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins
Trauma often strikes quickly, with no warning, and with the ability to transform everyday activities into living nightmares.
With the only designated Level 1 eye trauma center in the region, Wilmer Eye Institute is singularly positioned to care for people who experience eye trauma both during the acute phase of their injury and, through Wilmer’s numerous specialty clinics, for the duration of the follow-up care that is often needed. Here, we share the stories of two patients who received care at Wilmer for vision-threatening injuries.
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Please join the WAEH Community of Practice: Research impact on clinical practice on 27 February 2024. With presenter Tendai Gwenhure, Clinical Educator (Lead for Student Nurse’s/ RTP Nurses), and Roxanne […]
New ISBCS Implementation Manual Released, Accompanied by BICAT-NL Implementation Project Website Launch
The Netherlands is a leading country in providing same-day bilateral cataract surgery as a treatment for cataracts. In a large study (coordinated by the University Eye Clinic Maastricht) involving 865 […]
Same-day bilateral cataract surgery – breaking down the barriers
WAEH Webinar The Netherlands is a leading country in providing same-day bilateral cataract surgery as a treatment for cataracts. In a large study (coordinated by the University Eye Clinic Maastricht) […]
Study calls for thorough investigation of patients with early signs of retinal vascular disease
News from our member Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom Patients with the eye condition Paracentral Acute Middle Maculopathy (PAMM) would benefit from further investigation, as their risk […]