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Ophthalmic Emergency Manual
Author:  
Muawyah D Al Bdour MD FRCSI (Ophth)
 
Mohammed A Abu Ameerh MD FRCS (Glasgow)
 


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ISBN9789350909881
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2014
Pages192
Size 4.5" X 9.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 290
Quick Overview
Each patient seeking ophthalmologic advice believes that he has an important problem that requires immediate attention. Even though his complaints do not fall under the category of urgency, they should not be minimized and dismissed as trivial. Patience and understanding are required in the handling of all patients.

This book is written to the ophthalmology residents and for the eye care providers, who need quick access to additional information in differential diagnosis and treatment.

The goal of this work is to produce a concise book providing essential quick diagnostic tips and specific therapeutic information related to eye diseases.

This manual is not designed for the shelf but rather for the white coat pocket.
Key Features
Ophthalmic Emergency Manual is a practical and concise book providing essential quick tips and specific therapeutic information on various ophthalmic emergencies.

It covers most emergencies to be encountered in daily ophthalmic practice. In addition to the eight chapters on different important components, the appendices chapter summarizes various topics that are not readily available in most books such as ophthalmic abbreviations and drug glossary. As a special feature, Ophthalmic Emergency Manual presents some data in informative tables making it easier to understand and to remember.

This book is written for the ophthalmology trainees and busy practitioners, who need immediate access to additional information on differential diagnosis and treatment of eye emergencies.
Target Audience
Useful for Ophthalmology Residents and for the Eye Care Providers, who Need Quick Access to Additional Information in Differential Diagnosis and Treatment.
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