Jerzy Nawrocki, MD, PhD
Jasne Blonia Ophthalmic Clinic
Zofia Michalewska, MD, PHD
This book contains basic guidelines and typical scenarios that the ophthalmic surgical assistant needs to know. The text begins with the operative patient, including preoperative testing and consents, and travels through the operating room experience. Topics include gowning and gloving, preparing trays and tables, and sterilization techniques. Detailed descriptions of common operative procedures such as plastics, cataract, corneal, and retinal procedures are also included. Operative notes are written on a minute-by-minute basis so the reader can become familiar with the instruments and other implements, and the order in which they are used. This text will help prepare the ophthalmic assistant for any setting, whether it be hospital or office based.
The book is specially designed for UG medical students as well as those pursuing more advanced PG courses on ophthalmology. Clinicians would also find it an extremely useful reference source.In-depth discussion of signs, symptoms and history taking.
Each chapter devoted to a specific system of the eye.
Highlights the applied anatomical and physiological principles underlining each procedure.
Text profusely illustrated through colour diagrams, flowcharts and clinical photographs.
Includes numerous practical tips and points useful in day-to-day clinical practice.
Presents a detailed exposition of the examination of
globe, cornea and sclera
eyes with abnormal intraocular tension
cases of squint
orbit and ocular imaging, and
retina and macula.