- 1 おすすめのKindle本「眼科 ケア」
- 1.1 Ophthalmic Care
- 1.2 Otolaryngology/Head And Neck Surgery Combat Casualty Care In Operation Iraqi Freedom And Operation Enduring Freedom 2015 (English Edition)
- 1.3 Primary Care Ophthalmology, An Issue of Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 42-3, E-Book (The Clinics: Internal Medicine)
- 1.4 Care of the Child with Ophthalmic Problems (Self-Assessment in X-rays)
- 1.5 The Big Book of Family Eye Care: A Contemporary Reference for Vision and Eye Care
Written by an international team of ophthalmic practitioners, this authoritative book is a vital resource not only for ophthalmic professionals, but for any healthcare professional who cares for patients with eye problems.
In the ten years since the first edition was published, practice has moved on, as has the evidence for practice. This second edition draws on the passion and goodwill of the original team of authors, complemented by other colleagues, to fully revise and update the text in line with new findings, new practice and new and exciting treatments.
The book is broadly divided into three sections. The first section considers the structure and function of the eye, as well as the basic principles of ophthalmology and eye examination. The second section considers patient care in diverse settings, as well as work-related issues and patient education. It also includes two entirely new chapters on eye banking and global eye health. The third section takes a systematic approach to patient care, working from the front to the back of the eye, discussing some of the common disorders affecting each structure (such as the lens or cornea) or group of structures (such as the eyelids or lacrimal drainage system). The book concludes with a very useful glossary of ophthalmic terms.
Some aspects of practice discussed in the text are, of necessity, UK based, but these are clearly indicated and, wherever possible, principles (rather than specifics) are addressed and readers are directed to local policies and interpretations.
The first edition of this book became a core text for ophthalmic nursing, in particular, and for the education of ophthalmic nurses across the world. This new edition will provide a comprehensive, up-to-date, evidence-based resource for all ophthalmic healthcare professionals.
Otolaryngology/Head And Neck Surgery Combat Casualty Care In Operation Iraqi Freedom And Operation Enduring Freedom 2015 (English Edition)
OTOLARYNGOLOGY/HEAD AND NECK SURGERY COMBAT CASUALTY CARE IN OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM AND OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM 2015 will impart lessons learned in the treatment thousands of head and neck injuries among service members and civilians in OEF/OIF. Topics covered are principles and demographics of head and neck surgery, military-unique issues and mass casualties, ballistics of injury, effects of weapons and body armor, pathophysiology, emergency management including maintaining airway and hemorrhage control, and techniques of acute and delayed surgery for blunt and penetrating injury, including preoperative planning, imaging and exploration, and procedures to repair soft tissue, vascular, craniofacial skeletal, laryngotracheal, pharyngoesophageal, mandibular, otologic, and nasal trauma.
Primary Care Ophthalmology, An Issue of Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 42-3, E-Book (The Clinics: Internal Medicine)
This issue of Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice, Guest Edited by Dr. Joel J. Heidelbaugh, is devoted to Primary Care Ophthalmology. Dr. Heidelbaugh has assembled a group of expert authors to review the following topics: Approach to Red Eye for the Primary Care Practitioner; Ophthalmic Herpes/Shingles; Diabetic Retinopathy; Uveitis; Age-related Macular Degeneration; Glaucoma; Conjunctivitis; Corneal Abrasion; Strabismus; Cataract; Causes of Acute Visual Loss; and Flashes and Floaters.
Care of the Child with Ophthalmic Problems (Self-Assessment in X-rays)
Paediatric care has changed dramatically in the last few years and this has affected the care and management of ophthalmic patients. Babies and children with ophthalmic problems are often cared for by registered children’s nurses in specialist children’s hospitals. However, some of these nurses may lack the required ophthalmic knowledge and expertise. Likewise, paediatric patients are also often cared for in ophthalmic environments, where the ophthalmic nurses don’t necessarily possess the same level of paediatric knowledge as their colleagues in children’s hospitals.
This useful, comprehensive book bridges the gap, presenting the core information required by both groups: paediatric nurses who care for ophthalmic patients, and ophthalmic nurses who look after children in their practice.
The Big Book of Family Eye Care: A Contemporary Reference for Vision and Eye Care
A reader-friendly guide to how eyes function, common and serious eye problems, the best options for vision maintenance, and easy ways to preserve eye health.