Refer, Escalate and ACHieve in non-anterior, non-infectious uveitis (NIU)
In this section you will find materials that will assist you to improve the management of patients with non-anterior NIU. Our evidence-based materials are built on current expert knowledge and are designed to facilitate effective collaborative management of non-anterior NIU.
1This resource will provide you with examples of complex patient cases illustrating the multifaceted nature of non-anterior NIU and its impact
on patients’ quality of life.
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This case illustrates the patient burden of long-term corticosteroid use in patients with non-anterior NIU. It illustrates the impact of long-term corticosteroids on visual function and quality of life.
REACH Case Studies_2-Pediatric Patient Referral
This case illustrates the patient burden of delayed referral. It shows which signals should trigger the referral of patients with non-anterior NIU to a uveitis specialist or rheumatologist, and how the patient is affected if referral does not take place.
REACH Case Studies_3-Idiopathic NIU Treatment
This case illustrates the patient burden of inadequate treatment that fails to control ocular inflammation. It also examines how biologics fit into the treatment paradigm for non-anterior NIU.
REACH Case Studies_4-Behcets Co-Management
This case illustrates effective co-management practices for patients with non-anterior NIU who are on biologics. It demonstrates how general ophthalmologists and uveitis specialists can communicate to successfully manage their patients with non-anterior NIU.
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