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Practical Emergency Ophthalmology Handbook

Practical Emergency Ophthalmology Handbook
titolo Practical Emergency Ophthalmology Handbook
sottotitolo An Algorithm Based Approach to Ophthalmic Emergencies
curatori ,
argomenti Medicina Medicina d'urgenza Pronto soccorso
Medicina Oftalmologia
Medicina
editore CRC Press
formato Libro
lingua inglese
pagine 201
pubblicazione 2019
ISBN 9780367110277
 
42,00 39,90 (-5%)
 
This handbook is designed to help shape the thought processes of the eye clinician or trainee and guide them toward the right decision-making pathway in emergency ophthalmology situations. Chapters are titled by the way cases present to eye casualty rather than condition, along with an algorithmic approach on what clinical and laboratory investigations to carry out. There is also guidance on how to perform simple procedures. It is aimed at trainees, general ophthalmologists and those with an interest from allied specialties (including specialist nurses) and professions such as optometrists and emergency medicine doctors. Key Features Stresses safe and practical navigation of common eye symptoms presented in an emergency setting. Provides guidance on differential diagnosis and includes useful decision-making flowcharts. Emphasizes "how to" approach the eye casualty patient. Shows what can be expected at each stage of the eye injury patient encounter. Presents information appropriate for the entire multi-disciplinary eye casualty team
 

Indice testuale

Introduction - Gwyn Samuel Williams


Chapter 1 - The red eye - basic algorithm on how to differentiate main conditions from each other- Amy-lee Shirodkar


Chapter 2 - Cellulitis and swelling around one or both eyelids- Tina Parmar


Chapter 3 - The watery eye- Dana Ahnood


Chapter 4 - Trauma to the eyelids and periorbital region- Abdus Samad Ansari


Chapter 5 - Corneal ulcers and contact lens keratopathies- Bushra Thajudeen


Chapter 6 - Corneal defects, abrasions, foreign bodies and worse- Magda Popiela


Chapter 7 - Photophobia and iritis- Gwyn Samuel Williams


Chapter 8 - Red eyes after cataract surgery and other operations- Annie See Wah Tung


Chapter 9 - Apparent sudden vision loss - an essential approach- Colm McAlinden


Chapter 10 - Flashing lights and floaters - Bhavana Sharma


Chapter 11 - New haemorrhages in the vitreous and/or retina - Tafadzwa Young-Zvandasara





Chapter 12 - There is something new and odd at the back of the eye- Rhianon Perrott-Reynolds


Chapter 13 - Wavy lines, distorted vision and blur- Annie See Wah Tung


Chapter 14 - Vitritis and posterior uveitis- Safa Ahmed Elhassan


Chapter 15 - The painful eyeball- Alexander Kin Chiang Chiu


Chapter 16 - Retinal tears and detachments- Sidath Wijetilleka


Chapter 17 - One or more bulging eyes- Derek Kwun-hong Ho


Chapter 18 - Double vision and new onset strabismus in an adult- Eulee Seow


Chapter 19 - My baby has a white pupil in this photograph and/or has a squinty eye- Ryan Davies


Chapter 20 - Non-accidental injury - Damien Yeo


Chapter 21 - One or both optic discs are swollen- Tariq Mohammad


Chapter 22 - Headaches and pain in the temple- Bhavna Kumari Sharma


Chapter 23 - Managing trauma- Bhavin Patel


Chapter 24 - Called to ITU to examine a fundus- James Potts


Chapter 25 - When there are symptoms but it all looks totally normal - Andrew Want


Chapter 26 - Triage - Amy-lee Shirodkar


Chapter 27- Summary of approach- Gwyn Samuel Williams


Chapter 28 - The moral ophthalmologist- Gwyn Samuel Williams

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