The routine, easiest-to-treat adult patients with glaucoma utilize 1.80 office visits, 3.34 prescriptions, and 2.02 medical/surgical procedures during the course of a year. Based on data from the PTE-Registry database, this patient group did not receive any hospital admissions or professional inpatient services. Eye surgery was performed at an average rate of 0.08 times per PTE. About 53.5% of all PTEs were treated without the use of prescription drugs. When a drug was prescribed, beta blockers were used most often. In fact, 74.1% of all PTEs treated with a single drug group used a beta blocker.