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    We all have to be careful of the proper...

    We all have to be careful of the proper definition of telemedicine (or telehealth). In it's true definition, a telemedicine encounter must meet very strict inter-active guidelines in order to be...
  2. There are many aspects to this issue that are not...

    There are many aspects to this issue that are not part of the conversation.

    It may not be legal for unlicensed individuals (or improperly licensed individuals) to administer vision tests in a...
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    following. what are your aim, if I might ask?

    following. what are your aim, if I might ask?
  4. Kinda reminds me of the hullabaloo over plastic...

    Kinda reminds me of the hullabaloo over plastic straws (from Starbucks)... What about the cups? Let's outlaw them. C'mon millennials, bring you coffee from home in a thermos. And the plastic...
  5. The real environmental damage is the waste of...

    The real environmental damage is the waste of fresh water.
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    Really. I will avoid wearing them.

    Really. I will avoid wearing them.
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    One of the reasons I don't love polarized lenses.

    One of the reasons I don't love polarized lenses.
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    I have an issue with it (not that it...

    I have an issue with it (not that it matters...LOL). Frame manufacturers that buy lens manufacturers, that buy insurance companies that have the vision plans, that buy labs which you are forced to...
  9. Thread: Utah Airshow

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    exceptional

    exceptional
  10. Thread: Utah Airshow

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    Nice shot. Digital I presume, (with over 5k...

    Nice shot. Digital I presume, (with over 5k frames). I've gone back to black and white film to bide my time.
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    You can be dead on with your measurements but the...

    You can be dead on with your measurements but the patient might not be able or willing to wear what you find. The habitual Rx, the patient symptoms, if any, past experience, should all guide your...
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    If you're talking about the house brand, don't...

    If you're talking about the house brand, don't use the standard. Get the premium. The standard is not worth selling even for a reduced price. You're better off selling the Premium at a good price.
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    It's probably more like $200 to $250. It's not...

    It's probably more like $200 to $250. It's not for an "exam". It's for a 90 day post operative period, all visits related to the surgery. The post op Doc can take over from day 1. The surgical...
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    I would add that state laws govern this and you...

    I would add that state laws govern this and you should check what they are. But in a pinch you should do what's best for the patient...i.e. what's better? They have a pair of glasses that off by 3%...
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    You're right except for one thing.... I'm not...

    You're right except for one thing.... I'm not old...lol.
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    Computers may replace manual objective and...

    Computers may replace manual objective and subjective refraction... in fact they already have. But deciding what to prescribe so that the patient will be happy with their Rx, and not come back...
  17. I'm seeing this in my practice now. Second...

    I'm seeing this in my practice now. Second patient in two weeks with .8 cups and no clue anything was wrong. Only came in because his PCP wanted a diabetic report, and he was perfectly happy using...
  18. A contact lens is so superior in reducing...

    A contact lens is so superior in reducing peripheral distortions that I don't think aspheric vs. Non vs double will make that much of a perceivable difference. More likely to be helpful with a...
  19. Well said. Listen to him....this time. edit: ...

    Well said. Listen to him....this time.

    edit: I was reffering to DrKs response just above about AREDS, Post 76, forgot to click reply with quote.
  20. Thread: Desert skies

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    Wow. Good enough.

    Wow. Good enough.
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    I'll go take a look.....

    I'll go take a look.....
  22. There is some evidence that zinc, in the AREDS2...

    There is some evidence that zinc, in the AREDS2 formula, is actually bad for some people, exacerbating ARMD. In order to determine for whom it is good and bad, a DNA test needs to be performed......
  23. The whole blue light thing may be a moot point...

    The whole blue light thing may be a moot point soon. Succumbing to peer pressure, and in answering questions concerning blue light from computers the other day, I was explaining and demonstrating to...
  24. The signed papers may lessen your "guilt" legally...

    The signed papers may lessen your "guilt" legally in the event something happens, but the patient will still walk away with the perception that everything is OK.
  25. It's not self diagnosis. It's a patient's own...

    It's not self diagnosis. It's a patient's own guestimate. But when a "professional" in an optical setting offers a solution to a patient's acuity problem, the perception becomes "that everything is...
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