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This clinical manual provides a user-friendly guide to primary eye care. Jargon-free, it removes the mystery and anxiety that most primary eye care providers so often feel when confronted by patients with emergency eye problems. It includes step-by-step instructions on how to diagnose and treat common occuring eye complaints, background information and what to tell your patients, an easy-to-follow referral guide, illustrations to demonstrate every condition, illustrated treatment techniques, and a glossary briefly explaining ophthalmic terminology.;Most commonly-occuring eye problems can be safely managed in the primary eye care setting, using simple techniques of history-taking and examination. This manual should give the practitioner, unfamiliar with ophthalmology, instructions allowing a diagnosis to be reached, treatment given and referral to be made when appropriate. The text should be useful to general pratitioners, accident and emergency departments, minor injuries units, optometrists, occupational health departments, first aid stations and all primary care providers routinely treating eye complaints.

Manual of primary eye care - Narciss Okhravi

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Title
Manual of primary eye care
Author
Narciss Okhravi
format
Hardback
Publisher
Butterworth-Heinemann
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19970310

This clinical manual provides a user-friendly guide to primary eye care. Jargon-free, it removes the mystery and anxiety that most primary eye care providers so often feel when confronted by patients with emergency eye problems. It includes step-by-step instructions on how to diagnose and treat common occuring eye complaints, background information and what to tell your patients, an easy-to-follow referral guide, illustrations to demonstrate every condition, illustrated treatment techniques, and a glossary briefly explaining ophthalmic terminology.;Most commonly-occuring eye problems can be safely managed in the primary eye care setting, using simple techniques of history-taking and examination. This manual should give the practitioner, unfamiliar with ophthalmology, instructions allowing a diagnosis to be reached, treatment given and referral to be made when appropriate. The text should be useful to general pratitioners, accident and emergency departments, minor injuries units, optometrists, occupational health departments, first aid stations and all primary care providers routinely treating eye complaints.

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Eye - Care and hygiene - Handbooks.|Ophthalmology - Handbooks.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
192

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