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The MP3 version lacks enhanced content found on the full (AAC) version but works on legacy devices.

Latest Episodes

LEWIS Rick Rho Kinase Inhibitors: a new class of drugs (mp3)

The goal of the late Dave Epstein was to find adrug that treats the cause of glaucoma by improving trabecular meshwork outflow. After many years of trying, AeriePharmaceuticals was formed and refined a Rho Kinase inhibitor called Netarsudil. In April 2018 this came to market as Rhopressa and March 2019, combined with latanoprost, as Roclatan. Today I’m talking with Rick Lewis, a glaucoma colleague based in Sacramento and Chief Medical Officer for Aerie Pharmaceuticals.

12 MIN2019 JUN 7
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LEWIS Rick Rho Kinase Inhibitors: a new class of drugs (mp3)

Talking About Glaucoma #30 - 5Nov2018 JOHNSTONE Murray Pulsatile Flow (mp3)

In this episode, I talk with Murray Johnstone from Seattle about pulsatile flow through the Trabecular Meshwork and collector channels. We discuss the imaging improvements over the years that have made this possible including the latest phase-based OCT scans that result in nanometre resolution instead of the micrometre resolution of spectral domain scans that most of us are using in clinical practice.

35 MIN2018 NOV 6
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Talking About Glaucoma #30 - 5Nov2018 JOHNSTONE Murray Pulsatile Flow (mp3)

Talking About Glaucoma #29 - 29Jan2018 FELLMAN Fluid Wave (mp3)

I sat down with Ron Fellman at a recent American Glaucoma Society meeting to discuss the use of the fluid wave in assessing the aqueous humour outflow pathway and its clinical application.

19 MIN2018 JAN 29
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Talking About Glaucoma #29 - 29Jan2018 FELLMAN Fluid Wave (mp3)

TAG Episode 28 - 18July2017: JOHNSON pet peeves in perimetry (mp3)

I sat down with Chris Johsnon at a recent American Glaucoma Society meeting to discuss some of my pet peeves about visual field testing and what lies on the horizon. Chris is Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the University of Iowa and a world renown Perimetry expert.

15 MIN2017 JUL 19
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TAG Episode 28 - 18July2017: JOHNSON pet peeves in perimetry (mp3)

TAG Episode 27 - 1Mar2017: Harbin Ethics in Medical Tx (mp3)

In this episode, Tom Harbin, from Eye Consultants of Atlanta,and I discuss ethical issues in the medical treatment of glaucoma. This includes generic vs brand name drugs, the need to shop around for the best price, and looking out for talks from so-called Key Opinion Leaders.

16 MIN2017 MAR 2
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TAG Episode 27 - 1Mar2017: Harbin Ethics in Medical Tx (mp3)

TAG Episode 26 - 29Jan2017: Wright Tx to Outcome Gap (mp3)

In this episode, I talk with Tracy Wright, now based at Kaiser Permanente in Washington DC. He was at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami when we recorded this conversation. The implications immediately effected how I look at visual fields in my patients but I have yet to see further studies that support what we discussed, namely that visual fields continue to progress for a long time even once the stimulus that led to the initial glaucoma damage has been removed, likely due to apoptosis. The findings you are about to here may be shocking. Please write to me with your comments. -------------------------------------------------- Production information: This episode was recorded live in March 2014 during the Annual Meeting of the American Glaucoma Society in Coronado, CA, using two Shure SM58 microphones with a Marantz PMD661 digital recorder. Mixing and sound levelling were FINALLY performed in January 2017 on a MacBook Pro using Levelator, and Hindenberg Journ...

9 MIN2017 JAN 29
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TAG Episode 26 - 29Jan2017: Wright Tx to Outcome Gap (mp3)

TAG Episode 25 - 29Feb2016: Nelson Winkler & Cheryl Khanna Team Based Glaucoma Care (mp3 version)

In this episode, I talk with Nelson Winkler (a medical student at the time) and Cheryl Khanna (Glaucoma attending) at The Mayo Clinic, who analyzed the outcomes of their team based model for Glaucoma care. This physician- led model began in 2008 and has Ophthalmologists working together with Optometrists to deliver glaucoma care. With specific definitions for progression of the disease, patients are referred back to Ophthalmology at critical points or every two years if stable. This model was born out of necessity as they have just two glaucoma sub-specialists to care for a large patient population. It has allowed better allocation of resources so that patients who really need the glaucoma subspecialty care are not over-loaded with patients who are clearly stable.

13 MIN2016 MAR 1
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TAG Episode 25 - 29Feb2016: Nelson Winkler & Cheryl Khanna Team Based Glaucoma Care (mp3 version)

TAG Episode 24 - 30Aug2015: Suman Thapa Delivery of Glaucoma Care in Nepal(mp3 version)

[This is the .mp3 un-enhanced version of this podcast. The AAC .m4a version has chapter markers and artwork embedded in the podcast to enhance the experience on devices/apps that support this, which includes most podcasting apps on iOS and Android devices. It is the preferred version for experiencing this podcast.] In this episode, I talk with Suman Thapa about delivering glaucoma care in Nepal. This conversation took place long before the two massive earthquakes in 2015. I am happy to see that Suman is back at work caring for patients.

17 MIN2015 SEP 1
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TAG Episode 24 - 30Aug2015: Suman Thapa Delivery of Glaucoma Care in Nepal(mp3 version)

TAG Episode 23 - 3Nov2014: ab-interno trabecular bypass surgery (mp3 version)

[This is the .mp3 un-enhanced version of this podcast. The AAC .m4a version has chapter markers and artwork embedded in the podcast to enhance the experience on devices/apps that support this, which includes most podcasting apps on iOS and Android devices. It is the preferred version for experiencing this podcast.] In this episode, Tom Samuelson and I discuss trabecular bypass procedures including the currently available & two future models of the iStent, and the Ivantis Hydrus Microstent. There is a tendency for doctors to prescribe third and fourth glaucoma medications even though it is well known that there is such a diminishing return after two medications. These ab-interno devices can serve as a glaucoma-lite procedure, the next step after two medications for those reluctant to proceed with a potentially more effective but more risky trabeculectomy. The use of multiple iStents, next generation devices, or targeting delivery to visualized collector ducts should lead to improveme...

15 MIN2014 NOV 3
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TAG Episode 23 - 3Nov2014: ab-interno trabecular bypass surgery (mp3 version)

TAG Episode 22 - 6Feb2014: HiFU Therapy (mp3 version)

In this episode, I talk with Florent Aptel, a glaucoma specialist in Grenoble, France, about his work in developing a modern day hi frequency ultrasound as a treatment for glaucoma in its early stages. Their group has developed a device that selectively focuses the energy on the ciliary body without collateral damage that offers hope as a future treatment modality.

10 MIN2014 FEB 7
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TAG Episode 22 - 6Feb2014: HiFU Therapy (mp3 version)

Latest Episodes

LEWIS Rick Rho Kinase Inhibitors: a new class of drugs (mp3)

The goal of the late Dave Epstein was to find adrug that treats the cause of glaucoma by improving trabecular meshwork outflow. After many years of trying, AeriePharmaceuticals was formed and refined a Rho Kinase inhibitor called Netarsudil. In April 2018 this came to market as Rhopressa and March 2019, combined with latanoprost, as Roclatan. Today I’m talking with Rick Lewis, a glaucoma colleague based in Sacramento and Chief Medical Officer for Aerie Pharmaceuticals.

12 MIN2019 JUN 7
Comments
LEWIS Rick Rho Kinase Inhibitors: a new class of drugs (mp3)

Talking About Glaucoma #30 - 5Nov2018 JOHNSTONE Murray Pulsatile Flow (mp3)

In this episode, I talk with Murray Johnstone from Seattle about pulsatile flow through the Trabecular Meshwork and collector channels. We discuss the imaging improvements over the years that have made this possible including the latest phase-based OCT scans that result in nanometre resolution instead of the micrometre resolution of spectral domain scans that most of us are using in clinical practice.

35 MIN2018 NOV 6
Comments
Talking About Glaucoma #30 - 5Nov2018 JOHNSTONE Murray Pulsatile Flow (mp3)

Talking About Glaucoma #29 - 29Jan2018 FELLMAN Fluid Wave (mp3)

I sat down with Ron Fellman at a recent American Glaucoma Society meeting to discuss the use of the fluid wave in assessing the aqueous humour outflow pathway and its clinical application.

19 MIN2018 JAN 29
Comments
Talking About Glaucoma #29 - 29Jan2018 FELLMAN Fluid Wave (mp3)

TAG Episode 28 - 18July2017: JOHNSON pet peeves in perimetry (mp3)

I sat down with Chris Johsnon at a recent American Glaucoma Society meeting to discuss some of my pet peeves about visual field testing and what lies on the horizon. Chris is Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the University of Iowa and a world renown Perimetry expert.

15 MIN2017 JUL 19
Comments
TAG Episode 28 - 18July2017: JOHNSON pet peeves in perimetry (mp3)

TAG Episode 27 - 1Mar2017: Harbin Ethics in Medical Tx (mp3)

In this episode, Tom Harbin, from Eye Consultants of Atlanta,and I discuss ethical issues in the medical treatment of glaucoma. This includes generic vs brand name drugs, the need to shop around for the best price, and looking out for talks from so-called Key Opinion Leaders.

16 MIN2017 MAR 2
Comments
TAG Episode 27 - 1Mar2017: Harbin Ethics in Medical Tx (mp3)

TAG Episode 26 - 29Jan2017: Wright Tx to Outcome Gap (mp3)

In this episode, I talk with Tracy Wright, now based at Kaiser Permanente in Washington DC. He was at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami when we recorded this conversation. The implications immediately effected how I look at visual fields in my patients but I have yet to see further studies that support what we discussed, namely that visual fields continue to progress for a long time even once the stimulus that led to the initial glaucoma damage has been removed, likely due to apoptosis. The findings you are about to here may be shocking. Please write to me with your comments. -------------------------------------------------- Production information: This episode was recorded live in March 2014 during the Annual Meeting of the American Glaucoma Society in Coronado, CA, using two Shure SM58 microphones with a Marantz PMD661 digital recorder. Mixing and sound levelling were FINALLY performed in January 2017 on a MacBook Pro using Levelator, and Hindenberg Journ...

9 MIN2017 JAN 29
Comments
TAG Episode 26 - 29Jan2017: Wright Tx to Outcome Gap (mp3)

TAG Episode 25 - 29Feb2016: Nelson Winkler & Cheryl Khanna Team Based Glaucoma Care (mp3 version)

In this episode, I talk with Nelson Winkler (a medical student at the time) and Cheryl Khanna (Glaucoma attending) at The Mayo Clinic, who analyzed the outcomes of their team based model for Glaucoma care. This physician- led model began in 2008 and has Ophthalmologists working together with Optometrists to deliver glaucoma care. With specific definitions for progression of the disease, patients are referred back to Ophthalmology at critical points or every two years if stable. This model was born out of necessity as they have just two glaucoma sub-specialists to care for a large patient population. It has allowed better allocation of resources so that patients who really need the glaucoma subspecialty care are not over-loaded with patients who are clearly stable.

13 MIN2016 MAR 1
Comments
TAG Episode 25 - 29Feb2016: Nelson Winkler & Cheryl Khanna Team Based Glaucoma Care (mp3 version)

TAG Episode 24 - 30Aug2015: Suman Thapa Delivery of Glaucoma Care in Nepal(mp3 version)

[This is the .mp3 un-enhanced version of this podcast. The AAC .m4a version has chapter markers and artwork embedded in the podcast to enhance the experience on devices/apps that support this, which includes most podcasting apps on iOS and Android devices. It is the preferred version for experiencing this podcast.] In this episode, I talk with Suman Thapa about delivering glaucoma care in Nepal. This conversation took place long before the two massive earthquakes in 2015. I am happy to see that Suman is back at work caring for patients.

17 MIN2015 SEP 1
Comments
TAG Episode 24 - 30Aug2015: Suman Thapa Delivery of Glaucoma Care in Nepal(mp3 version)

TAG Episode 23 - 3Nov2014: ab-interno trabecular bypass surgery (mp3 version)

[This is the .mp3 un-enhanced version of this podcast. The AAC .m4a version has chapter markers and artwork embedded in the podcast to enhance the experience on devices/apps that support this, which includes most podcasting apps on iOS and Android devices. It is the preferred version for experiencing this podcast.] In this episode, Tom Samuelson and I discuss trabecular bypass procedures including the currently available & two future models of the iStent, and the Ivantis Hydrus Microstent. There is a tendency for doctors to prescribe third and fourth glaucoma medications even though it is well known that there is such a diminishing return after two medications. These ab-interno devices can serve as a glaucoma-lite procedure, the next step after two medications for those reluctant to proceed with a potentially more effective but more risky trabeculectomy. The use of multiple iStents, next generation devices, or targeting delivery to visualized collector ducts should lead to improveme...

15 MIN2014 NOV 3
Comments
TAG Episode 23 - 3Nov2014: ab-interno trabecular bypass surgery (mp3 version)

TAG Episode 22 - 6Feb2014: HiFU Therapy (mp3 version)

In this episode, I talk with Florent Aptel, a glaucoma specialist in Grenoble, France, about his work in developing a modern day hi frequency ultrasound as a treatment for glaucoma in its early stages. Their group has developed a device that selectively focuses the energy on the ciliary body without collateral damage that offers hope as a future treatment modality.

10 MIN2014 FEB 7
Comments
TAG Episode 22 - 6Feb2014: HiFU Therapy (mp3 version)
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