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Laurie Gray Barber

Comprehensive Ophthalmologist

Little Rock Eye Clinic

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Little Rock Eye Clinic

Background Information

Employment History

Principal Investigator for

Eleven Biotherapeutics, Inc.


Professor of Ophthalmology

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences


Professor of Ophthalmology

University of Arkansas


Spokeswoman

American Academy of Ophthalmology


Ophthalmologist

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons


President

Arkansas Ophthalmological Society


Principle Investigator

Inspire Pharmaceuticals , Inc.


Web References(70 Total References)


Governance, Board of Trustees: American Academy of Ophthalmology

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Laurie G. Barber, MD
Dr. Barber


ArkEyeMDs - AOS: Arkansas Eye M.D.s

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Laurie Barber, MD
Past-President 4301 West Markham, Suite 523 Little Rock, AR 72205-7101 501-686-5150 - phone 501-686-7037 - fax


Natures Tears® EyeMist® - Women, Menopause and Dry Eye

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Dr. Laurie Barber on Menopause and the Tear Film
Guest: Laurie Barber, MD (Little Rock, AR), Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Arkansas. Dr. Laurie Barber, Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Arkansas, is a well known dry eye specialist. For the last ten years, she has focused on dry eye and corneal inflammation. If the tear film is healthy, the eye is likely to be healthy. But there are many important substances in the tear film aside from salt water - hormones, antibodies, mucins, lipids and so forth. In younger people, according to Dr. Barber, there are few dry eye symptoms. Dr. Barber said that they should be limited to four or five application a day, especially with eye drops containing preservatives. Regarding eye drop addiction, she stated that it is a common belief but that there are no actual studies. Most people only use eye drops for a short duration. According to Dr. Barber, when you have dry eye, the eyelids are often inflamed and the eyelid skin is dry and flaky. For menopause related dry eye, Dr. Barber's recommendations are the same as for hot flashes: Exercise, drink sufficient all-natural water, try to stay in a cool place and wear layered clothing so you can cool yourself off.


Itching, Burning, Gritty or Scratchy Eyes Are Dry Eye Symptoms

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Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water interviews Laurie Barber MD: Ilene Gipson, MD; Robert Latkany, MD; Marguerite McDonald, MD; Philip Paden, MD; Rebecca Petris; and Alan Taylor, PhD
Laurie Barber, MD, dry eye researcher at the University of Arkansas, offers this advice to listeners: "After age 35, we lose the ability to keep the tear film in top-notch condition without helping it along. Dr. Laurie Barber; 8-18-08


Could My Medications Cause Vision Problems?

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"Many different medications can cause eye problems," says Laurie Barber, MD, a spokeswoman for the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Some of these are minor, like dryness. Others are more serious, like vision loss. Call your doctor right away if you notice any changes with your eyes, Barber says. Bring a list of all your medications, including prescription, over-the-counter, and herbal supplements. Preservatives in artificial tears can irritate especially sensitive eyes and make the condition worse, Barber says. The doctor "can plan for IFIS and reduce your risk of complications," Barber says. "When you're prescribed steroids, your doctor may make sure that you receive more frequent eye exams to catch any issues early," Barber says.


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