Dry Eye Disease Patient Surveys

Utilizing a patient intake form has become standard in many of our practices; asking for patients’ medical health history, ocular health history, family history as well as daily use of medications. The addition of an eye comfort survey to our intake forms can uncover dry eye disease for a number of our patients.  

There are many varieties of eye comfort surveys – customized version as well as validated surveys and in some cases, it can be helpful to employ the use of a few different ones.

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Leslie O'Dell
Dr. O’Dell focuses on the management of ocular disease including glaucoma, dry eye, and diabetic eye disease at Wheatlyn Eye Care in York, PA. She is the Director of the Dry Eye Center of Pennsylvania. Dr. O’Dell graduated from Salus College of Optometry in 2003 and completed a residency at the Baltimore VA Hospital. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, a diplomate of the American Board of Optometry and a member of the Optometric Glaucoma Society, Tear Film, and Ocular Surface Society, AOA and Central PA Optometric Society. Most recently, Dr. O’Dell has been selected to participate in the Dry Eye Workshop (DEWSII) initiative. She has published many articles both nationally and internationally and lectures on topics including glaucoma, advancements in dry eye disease, diabetic eye disease and the management of surgical patients.

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