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  1. 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 ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. 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.

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

  4. Orthoptic Department Frequently Asked Questions

    ... prism, foils, glasses and advice on Orthoptic treatment. Contact details are below please leave your details; name, ... message and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Contact details Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9.00 to ... the smooth side of the prism of the inside of the glasses lens, press the prism down and push out the air bubbles. ...

  5. Children's hypermetropia - Having long-sight

    ... older. Long sight can be easily corrected with glasses or contact lenses, or laser surgery for adults, can be used. ... hypermetropia look normal, but they might wear glasses or contact lenses. Is it common? The percentage of people with ... on the screen. Light passes through your eye’s natural lens like it passes through the projector’s lens. Light ...

  6. Children's myopia - Having short-sight

    ... things. It can easily be corrected with glasses or contact lenses. How you see the world If you have myopia, ... with myopia look normal, but they might wear glasses or contact lenses.   What does that word mean? Myopia comes ... on the screen. Light passes through your eye’s natural lens like it passes through the projector’s lens. Light ...

  7. My eye care and Coronavirus

    ... eye care conditions. FAQs/advice on eye care conditions Contact lenses   External disease and cornea Keratoconus   ... . For patients at Croydon with injection queries, please contact Tarun Sharma  tarunsharma1@nhs.net  . Yvette and ... patients For existing appointments, your first point of contact should be the number on your appointment letter (if ...

  8. Children's cataracts

    ... often called … Childhood Cataract Cataracts affect the lens that is inside our eye behind the pupil. The lens focuses light entering the eye onto the retina at the ... an artificial one. However, in some children glasses or contact lenses can be used instead of an artificial lens. ...

  9. Cataract Surgery In Children

      The left image is a man-made lens and the right image is the doctor examining the ... vision and need patching treatment. Some children need a contact lens or glasses to see afterwards. Are there any ...

  10. Optometry education

    ... Retina - Certificate, Higher Certificate and Diploma Contact Lenses - Certificate, Higher Certificate and Diploma ... Higher Certificate, Next course: September 21, 2016 Contact Lenses Higher Certificate, Next course: ... of excellence expected by our patients and the Trust. Contact If you would like to be added to the mailing list for ...

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