Wills Eye Manual: Office and Emergency Room Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Disease is the perfect guide for all clinicians who treat eye disorders.
// Key Features
• Provides a consistent format using color photographs and illustrations to critically review over 200 ophthalmic conditions
• A thorough review of differential diagnosis of ocular symptoms and signs
• Comprehensive pharmacopoeia for information on ophthalmic-related pharmaceuticals, including cautions and side effects
• Coverage of the latest drugs, procedures, and treatment protocols
• Includes 2 interactive flowcharts which helps in making quick decision
// Unique Features
• Full color images: This product includes images that help bring the content to life.
• Update Policy: Edition-based. New editions are released when the content changes significantly; there is no standard schedule for new editions.
// Designed for Omnio
This app will install your new resource into the Omnio environment, which requires a separate download. Learn more by searching for “Omnio” in Google Play.
treatment?", published in the journal Ophthalmology. It allows the user to calculate, based upon 7 clinical criteria, whether or not treatment is indicated for a patient.
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This app was created by AAC Fresno Ophthalmologist Group to help ophthalmologist in their daily practice.
- Terms: hundreds of terms frequently used by ophthalmologist; sorted by alphabet
- Guidelines: Algorithms, Eye Exam Frequency, Clinical Levels of Diabetic Retinopathy and more to come in next versions
- Perimetry: Hill of Vision, Kinetic, Static and Humphrey perimetries
Have you noticed that ophthalmologists speak a language all their own? Physicians in other medical fields can have difficulty understanding ophthalmology notes because of plethora the abbreviations, acronyms, and initialisms.
This application provides common and uncommon acronyms and initialisms used by ophthalmologists. Look up the (sometimes multiple) definitions for each acronym. Included are acronyms and initialisms from general ophthalmology, glaucoma, oculoplastics, genetics, retina, neuroophthalmology, cornea, and pediatric ophthalmology.
Editor: Norbert Pfeiffer, MD, Vice President of DOG and Hagen Thieme, MD, Glaucoma Consultant, Department of Ophthalmology, University Eye Hospital, Langenbeckstrasse, Mainz, Germany
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Additional features include:
- Drawing on the video for explanations
- Capture images with mailing option
- Option to make user notes and save
- Transcript with links for additional references
DISCLAIMER: The information provided through these applications are only intended to be informative and should not be construed as a substitute for medical advice.
-Instituto Fernández-Vega general information
-Information about our facilities
-Weather information in Oviedo
-Tests to check your vision
For generations, Fernández-Vega Ophthalmological Institute is a reference in ophthalmology, combining more than a hundred and twenty five years of experience with the latest advances in research and treatment of eye diseases.
Our center has become a national and international reference thanks to the efforts and dedication to our ideals. Much of this credit is attributed to the expertise of our medical team, led by Professor D. Luis Fernández-Vega Sanz, Professor of Ophthalmology at University of Oviedo, who coordinates prestigious professionals of every specialty in ophthalmology. The other members of Fernández-Vega family are among those professionals.
The staff working with this team consists of receptionists who have diplomas in optics and optometry, diagnostic technicians, computer specialists, nursing college graduates and many others, devotes an ongoing effort to care for our patients with the aim of guaranteeing their satisfaction.
Each year, more than 100,000 people in Spain and other countries come to the Fernández-Vega Ophthalmological Institute to treat their eye problems.
OphthoSim's highly-acclaimed simulator which includes a comprehensive interactive software package is now available as a companion for all your mobile devices. Combining the contents of a professional grade ophthalmology textbook with hundreds of images from the OtoSim library and detailed descriptions by Dr. Kenneth Eng, OphthoSim Companion is unmatched both as a teaching tool for ophthalmology and as a personal, pocketable, reference manual.
And now, anyone can have the OphthoSim Companion, anywhere they are. With live-search functionality, OphthoSim Companion makes it easy to find a specific condition or disease. Whether you are a university or college student in nursing, medicine or just learning about diseases of the eye, a seasoned educator teaching ophthalmology skills, or a health care provider who encounters eye diseases in their everyday practice, you need OphthoSim and the OphthoSim Companion.
* Over 100 high-resolution images to help you identify eye pathologies more efficiently and more accurately
* Detailed notes describing each pathology and the affected parts of the eye
* Live search functionality to immediately jump to relevant pathologies
* Proven reliability and efficacy
The Team Approach
Our network of optometrists are the ones who are best able to provide comprehensive care, including yearly exams, vision care for glasses and contact lenses, and treatment of red eyes and other conditions. Once a patient is diagnosed with cataracts, corneal disease, advanced glaucoma or retinal disease, they will be referred to Omni Eye Services for secondary care, laser treatment, or surgery. Once that care is provided, the patient will then be sent back to the referring doctor with a detailed letter. Often, post-operative care is provided by the optometrist, saving the patient time and multiple trips back to the surgeon. On-going followup to monitor disease conditions and any changes in spectacle prescriptions are all done by our network doctors.
Benefits to patients are many, including access to state-of-the-art, personal care by a team of doctors who work together.
Benefits to referring doctors are significant as well. Ongoing continuing education, practice management and billing/coding support, and legislative involvement in moving the profession forward are just a few of the ways we have given back to our network over the years.
Omni Eye Services of Atlanta invests in the very latest laser, surgical and pre-op testing equipment available on the market. From cataract surgery to glaucoma to the treatment of retinal diseases . Omni Eye Services of Atlanta provides you access to the latest technology. Our doctors had the first SLT glaucoma laser in the Southeast, and are always up-to-date on the newest and best treatments and technologies. We were the first in Georgia to surgically implant the new high technology lifestyle lenses such as the Restor and Toric. Many ophthalmic companies put their new devices and instruments in the Omni offices so as to evaluate them on a wide scale basis. Learn more about our newest lasers and other technologies by visiting our technology page.
Omni is an extension of many optometric practices in Georgia, providing access to a great deal of high tech instrumentation that would not be cost effective for each individual doctor to own.
The surgeons at Omni Eye Services of Atlanta are among the most experienced and well-trained sub-specialists in the country. Together they have performed thousands of surgical and laser procedures. All of our surgeons are Board-Certified. They have taught courses to other doctors at major national and international meetings. Omni Eye Services of Atlanta is recognized as a center of excellence by major pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. Our surgeons are continuously sought out by manufacturers to conduct clinical trials on new medications and technologies.
All of our surgeons have completed additional training following residency in their respective area of specialization. This additional fellowship training provides them with in-depth experience to deliver the most sophisticated level of care. They limit their practice to their respective specialties and don't provide any other eye care. This allows them to stay current in their specialty and assures you they have the training and experience to deal with the most difficult problems. Our surgeons also spend a lot of their time performing surgery. This keeps their surgical skills sharp, up to date, and with results that are a cut above those surgeons who don't perform the volume of surgery needed to keep their skills keen.
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