Watch the Patient Symposium from the World Glaucoma E-Congress
Chair(s): Takeo Fukuchi (Japan); David Friedman (United States)
- 00:00 – 00:05 – Introduction (Takeo Fukuchi, Japan)
- 00:05 – 00:13 – How we are able to help patients with glaucoma: Glaucoma Australia (Annie Gibbins, Australia)
- 00:13 – 00:21 – Engaging patients during WGW and other ways to help your patients (Ana Maria Vasquez Garcia, Ecuador)
- 00:21 – 00:29 – How glaucoma has changed my life (Nobuko Nakamura, Japan)
- 00:29 – 00:38 – For more mutual understanding between glaucomatous patients and ophthalmologist (Tetsuya Yamamoto, Japan)
- 00:38 – 00:46 – Invited lecture (Daiko Matsuyama, Japan)
- 00:46 – 01:00 – Discussion and Q&A (David Friedman, United States)
More useful videos for the general public, patients and their relatives are on the World Glaucoma Week website.
Did you know?
- Most people with glaucoma are not aware of it: most glaucoma patients have zero symptoms.
- Catch the disease early and you have a great chance of preserving your vision for the years to come.
- Getting tested involves no painful or lengthy eye exams.
- Get tested because you might be avoiding a huge problem.
- Get tested and get your family and friends tested, you would be taking one of the best decisions of your life.
- Most people who get a diagnosis of glaucoma will be treated with eye drops taken once or twice a day.
- People who have undetected glaucoma might be dangerous as drivers.
- Get tested and get peace of mind of a clean bill of health for your eyes.
For more information, go to www.glaucomapatients.org
From March 6-12, 2022, check www.worldglaucomaweek.org for a free test or other activity near you!