A laser treatment for each glaucoma stage

As a world leader in lasers in Ophthalmology,
Lumibird Medical offer a comprehensive approach to Glaucoma LASER Therapy with treatment options at every stage of the disease paradigm.

Today, ophthalmologists can offer advanced glaucoma laser treatment options to patients, with greater safety and efficacy than ever before.

A laser treatment for each glaucoma stage

As a world leader in lasers in Ophthalmology,
Lumibird Medical offer a comprehensive approach to Glaucoma LASER Therapy with treatment options at every stage of the disease paradigm.

Today, ophthalmologists can offer advanced glaucoma laser treatment options to patients, with greater safety and efficacy than ever before.

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SLT as a first line treatment: Which patients are likely to benefit the most

19/09/2022
Dr Paul Singh explains what type of patients can benefit from SLT to treat glaucoma.

Glaucoma treatment: Thermocyclo procedure

25/04/2022
Prof. Dr. Juan R. Sampaolesi, Head Glaucoma Center Buenos Aires, Argentina

The role of Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty as a primary and secondary treatment

04/03/2022
Glaucoma is the most common optic neuropathy. The only clinically proven treatment is to reduce IOP by using medical, laser, and surgical therapies. Treatment is typically selected depending on the level of IOP, stage of the disease, pace of progression, and current and past treatment history. Glaucoma management with drops can be problematic, mainly because they can be difficult for patients to instill properly and because of the related side effects.

Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty: A Safe and Effective First-line Therapy for Glaucoma

09/06/2021
In treating glaucoma, the typical route is often to prescribe medications. If topical drops fail to achieve a reduction in intraocular pressure (IOP), then the alternative is to try laser trabeculoplasty, and finally surgery.

Let There Be (Laser) Light

09/05/2021
From 2019 to 2020, I co-chaired the European Glaucoma Society (EGS) Guidelines Committee with Carlo Traverso. The 5th Edition of the EGS guidelines was published in October 2020, after a superb team effort among a large number of colleagues (1). We aimed to promote evidence-based clinical practice and, to that end, followed GRADE methodology, including identification of key questions, critical evaluation of published literature, and formulation of recommendations.

Glaucoma treatment: Thermocyclo procedure

25/04/2022
Prof. Dr. Juan R. Sampaolesi, Head Glaucoma Center Buenos Aires, Argentina

The role of Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty as a primary and secondary treatment

04/03/2022
Glaucoma is the most common optic neuropathy. The only clinically proven treatment is to reduce IOP by using medical, laser, and surgical therapies. Treatment is typically selected depending on the level of IOP, stage of the disease, pace of progression, and current and past treatment history. Glaucoma management with drops can be problematic, mainly because they can be difficult for patients to instill properly and because of the related side effects.