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Dr. Craig McCabe F.

Clinical Instructor

Vanderbilt Eye Center

Vanderbilt Eye Center

Background Information

Affiliations

State-Of-The-Art Cataract Surgery Specialist
McCabe Vision Center

Fellow
American College of Surgeons

Board Member
Wang Foundation

Member of Medical Staff
Middle Tennessee Medical Center

Education

Doctorate of Philosophy
neuroscience
Medical University of South Carolina

Web References (62 Total References)


The Best of Ophthalmology.....EyeWorld News Magazine

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A distinguished panel of experts, including Dr. Holland, Richard Lindstrom, M.D., founder and attending surgeon, Minnesota Eye Consultants; Stephen Lane, M.D., adjunct clinical professor, University of Minnesota; Craig McCabe, M.D., clinical instructor, Vanderbilt Eye Center, Nashville, Tenn., and in practice, McCabe Vision Center, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; and Michael Blaiss, M.D., clinical professor of pediatrics and medicine, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, weighed in.

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Because of this, Dr. McCabe took it upon himself to lead an investigator-initiated, single-center, single-masked switch patient preference study.
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At the end of the study, they were asked which agent provided better relief of their ocular allergy symptoms and which one they would like me to write a prescription for," Dr. McCabe said.
Bepreve "got the jumpstart on the relief of their ocular itching," Dr. McCabe said. "By almost a 2-to-1 margin, 19 patients compared to 11 rated Bepreve as giving them better all-day relief of ocular itching. Overall patients felt that Bepreve rather than Pataday offered better relief of morning ocular allergy symptoms, however the greatest difference was seen in the first week. Our patients also reported that Bepreve provided better relief of evening ocular allergy symptoms. They rated Bepreve as more effectively improving their ocular allergy symptoms in the evening when compared to Pataday."
Dr. McCabe concluded, "Despite all we hear about dosing and compliance, patients chose the greater efficacy of Bepreve over the once-a-day convenience of Pataday for improved relief of their multi-symptom associated allergic conjunctivitis."


The Best of Ophthalmology.....EyeWorld News Magazine

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A distinguished panel of experts, including Dr. Holland, Richard Lindstrom, M.D., founder and attending surgeon, Minnesota Eye Consultants; Stephen Lane, M.D., adjunct clinical professor, University of Minnesota; Craig McCabe, M.D., clinical instructor, Vanderbilt Eye Center, Nashville, Tenn., and in practice, McCabe Vision Center, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; and Michael Blaiss, M.D., clinical professor of pediatrics and medicine, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, weighed in.

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Because of this, Dr. McCabe took it upon himself to lead an investigator-initiated, single-center, single-masked switch patient preference study.
...
At the end of the study, they were asked which agent provided better relief of their ocular allergy symptoms and which one they would like me to write a prescription for," Dr. McCabe said.
Bepreve "got the jumpstart on the relief of their ocular itching," Dr. McCabe said. "By almost a 2-to-1 margin, 19 patients compared to 11 rated Bepreve as giving them better all-day relief of ocular itching. Overall patients felt that Bepreve rather than Pataday offered better relief of morning ocular allergy symptoms, however the greatest difference was seen in the first week. Our patients also reported that Bepreve provided better relief of evening ocular allergy symptoms. They rated Bepreve as more effectively improving their ocular allergy symptoms in the evening when compared to Pataday."
Dr. McCabe concluded, "Despite all we hear about dosing and compliance, patients chose the greater efficacy of Bepreve over the once-a-day convenience of Pataday for improved relief of their multi-symptom associated allergic conjunctivitis."


Ophthalmology and Optometry Murfreesboro | McCabe Vision Center

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Dr. McCabe has once again been nominated in the Favorite Ophthalmologist Category.

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Dr. McCabe specializes in state-of-the-art cataract surgery using wavefront technology.
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Dr. Craig McCabe | (615) 904-9024
122 Heritage Park Drive Murfreesboro, Tn 37129 | Sitemap


Ophthalmology and Optometry Murfreesboro | McCabe Vision Center

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Dr. McCabe has once again been nominated in the Favorite Ophthalmologist Category.

...
Dr. McCabe specializes in state-of-the-art cataract surgery using wavefront technology.
...
Dr. Craig McCabe | (615) 904-9024
122 Heritage Park Drive Murfreesboro, Tn 37129 | Sitemap


Ophthalmology and Optometry Murfreesboro | McCabe Vision Center

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Dr. McCabe has once again been nominated in the Favorite Ophthalmologist Category.

...
Dr. McCabe specializes in state-of-the-art cataract surgery using wavefront technology.
...
Dr. Craig McCabe | (615) 904-9024
122 Heritage Park Drive Murfreesboro, Tn 37129 | Sitemap

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