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  1. 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 ...

  2. Lubricants/artificial tears

    ... take care not to touch the eye with the end of the tube. Contact lenses:  should be removed before putting in eye drops.  Wait 15 minutes before putting the contact lenses back in the eye. Check with the pharmacist ... that the eye drops or ointment are safe to use with contact lenses. How often should I give lubricants? Some ...

  3. Pupil-dilating eye drops / ointments (‘Mydriatics’)

    ... take care not to touch the eye with the end of the tube. Contact lenses:  should be removed before putting in eye drops.  Wait for 15 minutes before putting the contact lenses back in the eye. Check with the pharmacist ... that the eye drops or ointment are safe to use with contact lenses. What are the main side effects? These drops ...

  4. Antiviral eye drops / ointment

    ... take care not to touch the eye with the end of the tube. Contact lenses:  should be removed before putting in eye drops. Wait 15 minutes before putting the contact lenses back in the eye. Check with the pharmacist ... that the eye drops or ointment are safe to use with contact lenses. How often and for how long should I give ...

  5. Responding to complaints

    What kind of complaints does Moorfields receive?

    Most of these related to concerns around specific aspects of care or treatment outcomes.  Although subsequent investigation showed that the patient was correctly treated in the majority of these cases, the fact that they made a complaint in the first place might suggest that we need to do more to ensure that all patients feel involved in decisions about the management of their condition, and that this is done in a way they understand. 

    Files included in this result:

    Annual complaint report 2019-20.pdf

  6. Corticosteroid eye drops/ointments (steroids)

    ... take care not to touch the eye with the end of the tube. Contact lenses:  Your child should not wear contact lenses when using these drops/ointments as this can ... such as glaucoma (high pressure) or cataracts (cloudy lens of the eye) can occasionally occur with the use of ...

  7. Healthcare Messaging Partners

    ... at Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, please contact our Outpatient Service Coordinator, Sue Kirton, ... imaging and better patient care. www.guerbet.co.uk/ Hoya Lens Is proud to work with Moorfields Eye Hospital. Together we can deliver the best quality lens materials, the most advanced lens designs and innovative ...

  8. Moorfields’ Corneal cross-linking (CXL) results

    ... maintain the same level of vision in either glasses or contact lenses. If CXL fails to stabilise the cornea, the ... occasions that your vision is permanently worse, rigid contact lenses can often restore the quality of vision. ... to maintain their vision. An updated spectacle or contact lens prescription may needed to get the very best vision ...

  9. Corneal abrasion

    ... if the eye is then rubbed. Injuries can also be caused by contact lens insertion and removal, but beware the possibility of a corneal ulcer in contact lens wearers, especially those who wear soft lenses. ...

  10. Parent story: Hannah was born with congenital cataracts

    ... would still have sight in that eye. Hannah was fitted with contact lenses and we were taught how to put them in and take ... was 14 weeks old, I was having difficulty with her left contact lens and at her appointment she was then diagnosed with ...

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