Glaucoma medical therapy has evolved with the advent of each new
drug. This evolution has moved quickly and generated new
information that clinicians need to understand, synthesize, and
implement about medications that have specific benefits and risks
for their glaucoma patients. This book aims to provide clinicians
with an accessible guide to the current art and science of using
clinically available drugs for the medical therapy of glaucoma. The
contributors have attempted to present evidence-based information,
while providing perspective from their clinical experience. In
order to reflect the extensive changes that have occurred since the
publication of the first edition in 1999, new chapters have been
added about fixed combination drugs and the medical treatment of
pediatric patients, and existing chapters have been thoroughly
revised and updated. Glaucoma Medical Therapy will be a valuable
reference for ophthalmologists in both practice and training, as
well as for other practitioners who have clinical contact with
American Academy Of Ophthalmology
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Peter A. Netland
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