Achieving Better Results for Your Post-Surgical Patient: Steroid Therapies
|Event Date/Time: Jan 04, 2009||End Date/Time: Jan 01, 2010|
Ocular inflammation is a challenge for the practicing ophthalmologist and, if not successfully managed, there is the possibility of reduction or even loss of vision for the patient. For many years, steroids have formed an integral part of the treatment for ocular inflammation. Despite advances in the management and understanding of ocular inflammation, there are still a number of challenges to successful treatment. This CME resource will update you with the latest advances in steroid treatments for 2 critical forms of ocular inflammation: uveitis and postoperative pain and inflammation.