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Ocular Pharmacotherapy
Author:  
José Manuel Benítez-del-Castillo MD PhD
 
David Díaz-Valle MD PhD
 
José Antonio Gegúndez-Fernández MD PhD
 


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ISBN9789351524991
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2017
Pages438
Size 6.25" X 9.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Quick Overview
The rapid evolution in our understanding of the pharmacology of the eye has been the reason for writing Ocular Pharmacotherapy. New ophthalmic diagnostic and therapeutic formulations, and delivery systems are being developed in the recent years. The book addresses these concepts, providing new information for residents, students, and practicing ophthalmologists who need a ready source of information regarding both the basic pharmacology of ophthalmic drugs, and their utilization in clinical practice.
Key Features
• This book, from the Chairman of Ophthalmology at Complutense University in Madrid, is an essential resource for residents, students and practising ophthalmologists.

• It provides key information regarding both the basic pharmacology of ophthalmic drugs and their use in clinical practice.

• The comprehensive text consists of twenty-six chapters, incorporating an extensive review across six chapters of various anti-microbial treatments.

• These include commercially available antibiotics, fortified topical antibiotics, intravitreal, subconjunctival, intracorneal and oral antibiotics, antivirals, antifungals and antiparasitics.

• It also includes a detailed appendix on the treatment of uveitis and covers new ophthalmic diagnostic and therapeutic formulations and delivery systems, which have been developed in recent years.

• Over 140 full colour images, including numerous high-quality clinical photographs, charts and tables, enhance understanding.

• Ocular Pharmacotherapy provides an excellent point of reference to assist in making initial decisions on treatment, for students and professionals alike.
Target Audience
Ophthalmology students, residents and professionals.
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