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SLT as first-line therapy for POAG & OH – Prof. Gus Gazzard

In this interview, Prof. Gus Gazzard explains how SLT can be the first-line therapy for all open angle, glaucoma and ocular hypertension.

Overcoming barriers to SLT as first line therapy for POAG & OH – Prof. Gus GAZZARD

In this video, Prof. Gus GAZZARD , explains how to overcome barriers to SLT as first line therapy for POAG & OH. This video is from our symposium held at ESCRS 2023.

Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty as a First-line Treatment

The glaucoma surgical landscape is evolving and changing dramatically as we move forward in the era of interventional glaucoma. The interventional glaucoma mindset represents a significant paradigm shift in patient care, taking the treatment burden out of the patient’s hands and placing more emphasis on earlier laser intervention.

SLT: Positive implications from the LiGHT study

Glaucoma is a lifelong disease that requires continual monitoring and management. For many patients, glaucoma can be controlled medically—at least for a time—but the treatment is far from perfect. Complications, side effects, and compliance are common issues for those who rely on eye drops to control IOP. Other barriers to medical treatment include nonresponse to a medication, tachyphylaxis, and financial burden.

SLT laser treatment for glaucoma – Paul Singh, MD

In this interview, Inder Paul Singh, MD, explains the interest of using SLT as first line therapy for glaucoma instead of medication and the impact on the ocular surface. "SLT not only takes away the compliance issues that are so difficult for us but it actually addresses the pathology directly."

SLT as Frontline Therapy

Selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) has come a long way in the last few years. The practice is gaining adherents as a first-line treatment for open-angle glaucoma for multiple reasons. And to give SLT a boost and provide an uber-coherent overview of the reasons in favor of SLT, Dr. Paul Singh spoke on its behalf at ESCRS 2022 in Milan.

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

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

Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty

Dr Franck Howes, Eye & Laser Centre Gold Coast (Australia) made a presentation on SLT (Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty) and detailed the process of applying laser energy for the control of glaucoma.

Glaucoma treatment: Thermocyclo procedure

Prof. Dr. Juan R. Sampaolesi, Head Glaucoma Center Buenos Aires, Argentina

Since 1993, Quantel Medical develops, manufactures and markets innovative medical laser and ultrasound solutions.

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