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(1888PressRelease) Dr. Jack Holladay is the inventor of the Brightness Acuity Tester, an instrument which is used by ophthalmologists all over the world for testing the effects of glare on patients' vision. He has also developed various software programs, which are currently used worldwide by ophthalmologists to help restore their patients' vision following cataract removal and obtaining the best results following.
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Dr. Jack Holladay Article on Improving Toric IOL Outcomes Recently Published in Ocular Surgery News
(1888PressRelease) Dr. Jack Holladay is the inventor of the Brightness Acuity Tester, an instrument which is used by ophthalmologists all over the world for testing the effects of glare on patients\' vision. He has also developed various software programs, which are currently used worldwide by ophthalmologists to help restore their patients\' vision following cataract removal and obtaining the best results following.
Bellaire, TX - Dr. Jack Holladay, 41 year ophthalmology veteran that specializes in refractive surgery, was recently published in Ocular Surgery News. The article, titled, "Improving Toric IOL Outcomes", was published in the May 25, 2011 and June 10, 2011 issues of Ocular Surgery News.
In the article, Dr. Jack Holladay discusses the increase in reducing patient\'s ocular astigmatism with toric IOL\'s and addresses the potential pitfalls with this emerging technology and procedure. The two-part series specifically addresses: measuring corneal astigmatism, toric IOL calculators, toric optimizer, choosing the residual astigmatic target, proper IOL alignment and centration, and managing unfortunate outcomes of residual astigmatism and higher order aberrations.
According to Dr. Jack Holladay, toric IOL\'s are expected to be the dominant form of astigmatism correction with IOL implantation. Within his article, Jack Holladay provides a list of recommendations to help surgeons achieve the full potential of the lenses and provide patients with the best visual outcome.
Jack Holladay has dedicated his career, not only to providing his own patients with superior ophthalmologic care but, also to sharing his vast knowledge with other doctors in order to ensure their success in providing patients with excellent eye care as well.
Jack Holladay has written over one hundred articles that have been featured in various publications including: the Journal of Refractive Surgery; the American Academy of Ophthalmology Journal: Ophthalmology; the Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery; the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology; Ophthalmic Surgery, Lasers and Imaging, an official publication of ARVO/ISIE and many more.
Dr. Jack Holladay has also written over 30 book chapters, and authored or edited five books and made several hundred scientific presentations. Dr. Jack Holladay has also been invited as a Visiting Professor to many of the major ophthalmology programs internationally.
To read Dr. Jack Holladay\'s article in its entirety, please visit the Ocular Surgery News Supersite: http://www.osnsupersite.com/.
About Dr. Jack Holladay
Jack Holladay attended The University of Texas Medical School in Houston where he earned his Doctorate of Medicine. Jack Holladay completed his residency at Hermann Hospital, the teaching hospital for The University of Texas Medical School at Houston and was then invited to join The University of Texas Medical School Faculty. Throughout his successful career, Jack Holladay has received numerous awards for his service and dedication to ophthalmology and outstanding success in providing superior patient care. Dr. Jack Holladay is the founder of Holladay LASIK Institute and Clinical Professor at Baylor College of Medicine.
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