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  1. Love Your Lenses

    Research shows that not all contact lens wearers know how to look after their lenses properly Contact lenses are worn safely by millions of people. ...

  2. Paediatric Eye Department FAQs

    ... • If you have specific queries regarding bookings please contact: moorfields.covid19bookingenquiry@nhs.net My child's ... are unable to tell everyone now what day and time we will contact you. We will contact you on the contact number ... continue putting them in? Yes please continue with contact lens wear and patching, as long as the eye is not inflamed, ...

  3. Contact lens insertion, removal and care

    Soft contact lenses   Rigid gas permable lenses We have created a video guide for soft and RGP contact lens wearers. The video was created with Shreeti Lakhani, ...

  4. Contact lens device under development for monitoring intraocular pressure

    A novel contact lens device is under development which may help to monitor fluctuations in intraocular pressure. A novel contact lens device is under development which may help to monitor ...

  5. What not to do

    ... aides to highlight the different attitudes to poor contact lens care that opticians often have to change.   A group of ... to highlight to opticians the need to reinforce good contact lens care messages to would-be, new and established ...

  6. Referrals

    ... from primary care teams later in the patient pathway.  Contact information Main Switchboard:  020 7253 3411 Booking ... may be discussed with the on call VR doctor until 5pm. To contact a VR doctor regarding patient referrals please call ...  Dry eyes Hypopyon (pus in anterior chamber) Contact lens related problems  Scleritis  Ectropion Iris prolapse ...

    Files included in this result:

    Pan London Ophthalmology 2WW form.docx

  7. Having Cataract surgery

    You have a natural lens inside your eye that helps you to see. The lens should ... over time. If no artificial lens was placed in the eye, a contact lens will be fitted about two weeks after the surgery ... to completely cure cataract An artificial lens or a contact lens will replace the natural lens removed during ...

  8. External Disease and Cornea

    ... you are using drops three times per day or more, we will contact you with advice. I have a corneal transplant and I ... (PHE) and the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. We will contact you in the future to reschedule your surgery. Herpes ... it with HAH for you. I normally have my bandage contact lens replaced regularly, how often should I have this ...

  9. Children's astigmatism

    ... later in life.  It can be treated by wearing glasses or contact lenses, or by having laser surgery. How you see the ... to other people, though you might have to wear glasses or contact lenses. Why did I get it? The exact cause is usually ... The cornea (‘window’) at the front of your eye and the lens inside i, work together to create an image that is in ...

  10. Performance in initiating and delivering clinical research

    NIHR Research Performance

    Moorfields delivers cutting edge treatments and has a diverse patient population that creates the opportunity to recruit patients into trials with wide ranging eye care needs.

    We have a dedicated research support team of nurses, trial co-ordinators and research managers that support this ambition.

    Files included in this result:

    Download Performance in initiating and delivering clinical research 2013-14 Q1.pdf

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