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Can Too Many Eyedrops Hurt You?

Can Too Many Eyedrops Hurt You?

The eyes are one of the most sensitive organs in the human body, and so it comes as no surprise that taking care of them requires a delicate method. After all, it’s not like you can slap a band-aid on your cornea when something feels wrong!

Eyedrops are the saving grace for the ailments troubling our vision. In some cases a direct application of medical solution to the surface of the eye — in the form of eyedrops — is the most effective way to heal irritation and infection. Whether you want to hydrate your dry eyes or are on a treatment regimen for ocular diseases like glaucoma, you’re more than likely going to turn to eyedrops to preserve your eye health.

Lowering Eye Medication Costs And Increasing Adherence With Nanodropper

Lowering Eye Medication Costs And Increasing Adherence With Nanodropper

Nanodropper cofounders Mackenzie Andrews (Chief Commercialization Officer) and Dr. Jennifer Steger (Chief Scientific Officer) recently joined the innovative Outcomes Rocket podcast to discuss how the company helps reduce waste and cost of eyedrop treatments while improving access points and eye health. They share what drives their passion for healthcare, and educated listeners on eye medications, medication adherence, and health waste. They also talk about Nanodropper’s upcoming clinical trials and programs they launch to help improve low-income individuals, like the Give the Gift of Vision program.

What is Intraocular Pressure (IOP)?

What is Intraocular Pressure (IOP)?

Have you ever noticed your eye doctor talk about IOP at your eye exam? Or perhaps you’ve heard about it from a family member with glaucoma and wondered what they were talking about. Either way, Nanodropper has got you covered! Read on to learn what intraocular pressure is, and why it’s an important measurement for your eye health.

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