Add-on module enhances diagnostic accuracy in glaucoma January 01, 2017 By Nancy Groves A new add-on glaucoma module has the capability of creating an anatomic map of each patient’s eye by using two fixed landmarks. The module also includes an extensive reference data base. European study with microstent demonstrates lowered IOP, use of fewer drugs January 01, 2017 By Vanessa Caceres Patients with cataract surgery and microstent implantation had a lowered IOP and a reduced number of medications used at 3 years postoperatively Cyclophotocoagulation device can help lower IOP January 01, 2017 By Vanessa Caceres Consider factors such as glaucoma severity, eye pigmentation, and medication use when selecting power settings for the MicroPulse P3 device. Novel ocular hypotensive drug meets endpoints Netarsudil ophthalmic solution 0.02% met its primary and secondary efficacy endpoints in a third phase III trial investigating its non-inferiority to timolol maleate 0.05% for IOP lowering. Laser system offers multiple treatments in single device January 01, 2017 By Laird Harrison New laser technology in a single device offers multiple treatment platforms, including SLT for glaucoma, laser vitreolysis for floaters, capsulotomy, and iridotomy. Exploring risk, reward in trabecular bypass, suprachoroidal devices January 01, 2017 By John Berdahl MD Though much focus for stents has been in the trabecular meshwork, many companies are currently developing suprachorodial devices, which are in various stages of FDA review. Pain-preventing NSAID welcomed by patients and clinicians January 01, 2017 By Laird Harrison A new 0.075% formulation of bromfenac ophthalmic solution (BromSite, Sun Pharma) could provide relief from pain and inflammation associated with cataract surgery. Intracameral prostaglandin analogue therapy delivers durable benefit Five patients receiving an extended-release travoprost delivery system (ENV515, Envisia Therapeutics) in the anterior chamber have ongoing IOP-lowering with follow-up to 9 months in an ongoing study. Cyclosporine for dry eye associated with anti-PD-1 therapy Topical cyclosporine may be useful for treating dry eyes associated with immunomodulatory agents like nivolumab, which markedly upregulate T cell activation. In caring for patients with ocular side effects associated with cancer treatment, the delivery of proper ophthalmic care is critical.