Positive Impact is running a series of free CET evenings around the country, focused on managing dry eye with punctum plugs.
The seminar is designed to take practitioners already proactively managing dry eye patients to the next level by introducing the role punctal occlusion can play in alleviating ocular dryness and potentially improving contact lens discomfort.
The event was held in Manchester and Birmingham last week, with Gatwick, central London and Southampton this week, ending at Stansted on 28 October.
Positive Impact is the distributor for the BVI range of semi-permanent and absorbable punctum plugs, adding to its recent acquisition of InflammaDry (pictured), the only in-practice test that detects MMP-9, a biomarker for inflammation that is consistently elevated in the tears of patients with dry eye disease.
For more information, visit the Positive Impact website.