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Zeiss launches software upgrade for Humphrey Field Analyzer

German optical systems manufacturer Carl Zeiss has released the latest  software upgrade for its glaucoma diagnostic device the Humphrey Field Analyzer 3 (HFA3). Read more »

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Visioneering Technologies opens myopia control contact lens to Australian market

Visioneering Technologies (VTI) has launched its multifocal contact lens to the Australian ophthalmic market, following a trial that demonstrated the product halted myopia progression in 70% of child cases. Read more »

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Ellex laser treatment significantly reduces AMD progression

Clinical trials of Ellex Medical Lasers’ 2RT Retinal Rejuvenation Therapy have shown a four-fold reduction in the rate of progression to late stage age-related macular degeneration (AMD) in 76% of patients. Read more »

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Transitions expands coloured lens portfolio

Transitions Optical has launched new style colours for its Signature lenses as part of its ongoing brand revamp. Read more »

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Previously jailed online optical retailer charged again

An online eyewear retailer who served three-and-a-half years in prison for threatening to stalk, maim and murder customers of his online glasses store has again been arrested by US authorities, this time for defrauding and harassing customers. Read more »

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Glaucoma treatment device temporarily reinstated on MBS

Glaucoma patients will be breathing a sigh of relief after the Department of Health (DoH) listed a new interim Medicare item number for the implant of minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) devices. Read more »

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International speaker added to Sydney ICCLC lineup

Renowned US-based clinician and professor of optometry Dr Randy Kojima has been announced as one of the keynote speakers at this year’s International Cornea and Contact Lens Congress (ICCLC). Read more »

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Optical industry campaign promotes ’Win a Mini Cooper’

Australian eyecare professionals have the chance to win a new Mini Cooper Convertible thanks to a new promotion from Transitions Optical. Read more »

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Return date set for SILMO Sydney

Expertise Events has ended weeks of speculation regarding the possible return date of its SILMO Sydney optical fair by announcing the show will go ahead in July next year. Read more »

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Optometrists urged to support campaign

Optometry Giving Sight (OGS) is urging people to join the charity in supporting a global campaign trying help every child in the world get access to better eyecare. Read more »

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BHVI to collaborate with Japanese lens company

Brien Holden Vision Institute (BHVI) has announced a new research and development partnership with leading Japanese contact lens maker SEED. Read more »

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No increase in IOP after 6 weeks of inhaled corticosteroid: study

Among patients with glaucoma, six weeks of treatment with the orally-inhaled corticosteroid fluticasone at a moderate dosage is not likely to cause any clinically significant elevation in intraocular pressure, according to a study presented on 23 June in Victoria, British Columbia at the 78th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society. Read more »
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Essilor tackles digital eye strain

Global lens manufacturer Essilor has released a new range, Eyezen, which is designed to reduce ‘digital eye strain’ in patients. Read more »

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Positive result for first SILMO Sydney

There was a positive feeling around the inaugural SILMO Sydney, despite lower than expected attendances across the three days. Read more »
Dr Klaus Ehrmann, Brien Holden Vision Institute's director of technology, describing the new instrument

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Brien Holden create tech to gauge eye sensitivity

A new instrument that can accurately measure ocular discomfort and sensitivity has been developed at the Brien Holden Vision Institute. Read more »

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