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Virtual clinics in glaucoma care: face-to-face versus remote decision-making
British Journal of Ophthalmology
Synopsis The study demonstrates that virtual decision making, by senior medical staff, for stable glaucoma has reasonable agreement with face to face clinical decisions. There are no significant safety issues with virtual clinics. Abstract Background/aims: To examine the agreement in clinical decisions of glaucoma status made in a virtual glaucoma clinic with those made during a face-to-face consultation. Methods: A trained nurse and technicians entered data prospectively for 204 patients intodoi:10.1136/bjophthalmol-2016-308993 pmid:27729310 fatcat:4w2hok2azjbsfhx2egze23in5q