glaucoma

If you’ve been postponing regular visits to a doctor of optometry because they once told you that you had 20/20 vision, then you should keep reading.
Taking measures to prevent and manage chronic conditions is an important part of our overall health, especially when it comes to our eyes.
Estimates of the prevalence of OAG range from 1.86 to 4.7% (US), and all investigators agree that 50% of patients with OAG do not know that they have it.
Saskatchewan Optometrists now have the authority to diagnose, treat and manage glaucoma, including prescribing oral medications.
Saskatchewan Optometrists now have the authority to diagnose, treat and manage glaucoma, including prescribing oral medications.
What is age-related macular degeneration (AMD)?
Tools and resources for National Glaucoma Week
A guide for family physicians to identify and refer patients at risk of glaucoma
Glaucoma Brochure - English
Glaucoma Brochure - Cree

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