Guarded Eye Injection Device

New Guarded Injection Device developed by Retina Health Center featured in ophthalmology journal

A new device developed by Retina Health Center to improve eye injections is featured in the January edition of Review of Ophthalmology, a medical publication which highlights current, clinically relevant information on surgical techniques, disease diagnosis and management and new...

Dr. Alexander Eaton presents on development of new Guarded Injection Device at American Association of Ophthalmology Meeting

Dr. Alexander M. Eaton will present on the development of a new device designed to improve the safety and comfort of patients during intravitreal injections at the annual meeting of the American Association of Ophthalmology in Chicago on Saturday, Nov. 10. Eaton will share...

Retina Health Center physicians named to Best Doctors in America

FORT MYERS, Fla. (Nov. 15, 2012) – Drs. Alexander M. Eaton and Hussein Wafapoor of Retina Health Center have been named to Best Doctors in America® for 2013. Selected through a peer-review process, only 5 percent of physicians in the U.S. are chosen for inclusion into the...

Dr. Alexander Eaton presents on initial clinical experience with new guarded injection device at Euretina Meeting

Dr. Alexander M. Eaton, director of Retina Health Center, presented at the 12th Annual Euretina Congress in Milan on Sept. 7, sharing his initial research of clinical use of newly developed device designed to improve the comfort and safety of patients undergoing intravitreal...

Duke Eye Center reappoints Dr. Alexander Eaton as consulting physician

Dr. Alexander M. Eaton of Retina Health Center has been reappointed as a consulting associate in the department of ophthalmology at Duke Eye Center. Since 1999, Eaton has been appointed annually to serve as a consulting physician at Duke Eye Center. The Duke Eye Center, part of...
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