TAG Episode 15 - 28Mar2011: Corneal hysteresis & response to PG analogs with Josh Ehrlich (AAC Enhanced)

In this episode, Dr Ehrlich and I discuss baseline corneal hysteresis and its relationship with the amount of IOP reduction in prostaglandin treatment.

Dr Josh Ehrlich is a fourth year medical student at the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. He begins his Ophthalmology residency July 2012 at the Wills Eye Institute.

E-mail: email: jre2001@med.cornell.edu
http://www.med.cornell.edu

This episode was recorded using more brand new and fun recording gear! Namely, a Marantz PMD-661 Digital recorder and a Shure SM-58 microphone. Voice overs were done using a Blue Microphones YETI and mix down on a MacBook Air and MacBook Pro using Garage Band ‘11.

Opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and are not intended to be taken as the standard of care for glaucoma treatment. Please always weigh the complete clinical picture and involve patients with any decisions in their care.


Robert M Schertzer, MD, MEd, FRCSC
Clinical Associate Professor
Dept of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences
University of British Columbia
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