All posts by Eugene VanArsdale

A Simple Guide to Choosing Loupe Magnification

Whether you’re an ophthalmologist, OBGYN, neuro surgery, ENT, or any other medical discipline, choosing the right loupe magnification is a very big deal. At Keeler, we manufacture an entire family of

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Bringing Eye Health and Diabetes into Clearer Focus

To the unaided eye, the relationship between eye health and diabetes can be seemingly unclear. However upon closer examination, you can clearly see the connection between eye health and diabetes. Simply

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Smaller Handheld Pachymeters Boast Big Practice Efficiency Benefits

When it comes to increasing value and efficiencies in your practice, smaller handheld pachymeters boast big benefits. Driven by portability and convenience, the PachPen handheld pachymeter is proving to

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Keys to Optimizing Optometry Patient Education and Satisfaction

As an eye practitioner, it’s critical you effectively communicate and do everything possible to enhance optometry patient education. Connecting with your patient and making sure they have the information

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Considering New Ophthalmic Diagnostic Equipment? Read This First!

Finding the latest and greatest ophthalmic diagnostic equipment for your practice can be a blessing and a curse! While cutting-edge diagnostic instruments can help you deliver remarkable patient care,

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Ophthalmology Patient Education…Is There an App for That

Today, there are mobile apps for virtually any and everything! For instance, there are mobile apps for you to find people to cuddle with (Cuddlr) and even mobile apps to make your day worse (Demotivational

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A Guide to Diagnosing Digital Eye Strain

Did you know digital eye strain or computer vision syndrome affects a sobering 65% of American adults according to a 2015 Survey conducted by the Vision Council. Digital eye strain is the momentary discomfort

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Actionable Tips to Improve Your Practice with Ophthalmology Telemedicine

By now, you’ve undoubtedly heard the buzz surrounding ophthalmology telemedicine. In short, ophthalmology telemedicine is the remote management and diagnosis of your patients via the Internet, smartphone,

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Get a Hand on Ergonomics for Ophthalmologists & Optometrists

You should never underestimate the importance of ergonomics for ophthalmologists and optometrists. The most common optometry equipment lifted during surgery or an exam may not weigh more than 500 g, which

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A Closer Examination of Corneal Thickness and IOP

Are you fully aware of the connection between corneal thickness and IOP? When your patients have higher than normal IOP or intraocular pressure, this heightened measurement of fluid pressure places them

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