When father-of-two and Boss Energy CEO Duncan Craib was told he had lost peripheral vision due to glaucoma he was completely shocked – and upset with himself for not having booked an eye check earlier.
In response to the overwhelming evidence that UV damages children’s eyes, Sydney-based ophthalmologists Dr Shanel Sharma and Dr Alina Zeldovich created Beamers sunglasses utilising Optoshield Technology to provide maximum protection.
A new minimally invasive glaucoma surgical (MIGS) procedure called Miniject – iStar Medical’s innovative device designed for patients with open-angle glaucoma – has launched in Australia.
A smartphone eye drop app developed by a junior doctor aims to improve compliance and clinical outcomes by reminding patients and their carers when to instil their eyedrops.
A Japanese study has shown a “robust” association between drinking of alcohol and glaucoma in male drinkers...
A Melbourne ophthalmologist has developed a world-first nutraceutical supplement to support eye health, using 10 ingredients that have previously been evaluated in clinical trials for glaucoma.
Professor Andrew Turpin and his team at Lions Eye Institute (LEI) are leveraging artificial intelligence image processing to bridge the gap between visual field testing and OCT imaging to revolutionise glaucoma diagnosis.
A trend on TikTok has some users claiming that rubbing castor oil on the eyes can help treat vision problems, including dryness, floaters, cataracts, poor vision, and glaucoma. However, ophthalmologists have warned against the trend.
Artist and teacher Alison Bowmer thought that a great way to give back to the community would be to use her creativity and artistic skills to fundraise for a good cause – Glaucoma Australia.