Implementing and adapting to protocol changes for clinical practice

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Michael X. Repka, MD, vice chair of clinical practice at Wilmer Eye Institute (Johns Hopkins University) speaks on the institution's latest protocol changes allowing for the resumption of elective surgery as well as the adaptations clinicians have had to make in order to ensure the continuation of clinical practice at Wilmer Eye Institute.


Michael X. Repka, MD, vice chair of clinical practice at Wilmer Eye Institute (Johns Hopkins University) speaks with Modern Retina®/Ophthalmology Times'® Sheryl Stevenson on the latest protocol changes allowing for the resumption of electric surgery, including considerations that should be taken into account when seeing patients, limitations of telehealth still existing in ophthalmology during the pandemic, as well as the adaptations clinicians have had to make in order to ensure the continuation of clinical practice at Wilmer Eye Institute.

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