Serum Eye Drops for the Treatment of Severe Ocular Surface Disease: Executive Summary

  • 01 Sep 2017
  • Mr Michael Burdon, Mr Barny Foot, Dr Akila Chandrasekar, Mrs Elizabeth Dancey, Professor Francisco Figueredo, Professor Stephen Kaye, Miss Su-Yin Koay, Dr Richard Lomas, Miss Saaeha Rauz

Dry eye disease is a global public-health problem with significant impact on quality of life. Serum Eye Drops (SED) contain many nutritional factors that aid therapeutics. Across the NHS There is variation in practice, inequality of access to SED service and no regulated monitoring outcome. This guideline sets out defined criteria for the use of Serum Eye Drops, monitoring of clinical and patient-reported outcomes to improve patient morbidity and standards of care.