ESCRS - Supplement: New Medical Therapies and Modern MIGs Address Unmet Needs in Galucoma and Cataract Patient Care ;
ESCRS - Supplement: New Medical Therapies and Modern MIGs Address Unmet Needs in Galucoma and Cataract Patient Care ;
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Supplement: New Medical Therapies and Modern MIGs Address Unmet Needs in Galucoma and Cataract Patient Care

Supplement: New Medical Therapies and Modern MIGs Address Unmet Needs in Galucoma and Cataract Patient Care

According to the 2020 ESCRS Clinical Trends Survey, an average of 21% of patients prescribed one or two topical glaucoma medications and 27% of those prescribed more than two topical glaucoma medications to control their condition are not compliant (Figure 1). It is a significant number of patients.

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