Pocket Eye exam is an app for testing eyes and for learning about the common eye assessments designed by Biomedical Engineers and Neurologists.
Eye Essentials For Every Doctor (2013) is a paperback handbook providing a concise overview of common eye conditions – reviewed by David Baines
It is sometimes with trepidation that I tear away the anonymous brown cover concealing a furtive tome sent for review…however, having read this awesome text (twice), I attest that in this case…my fears were unjust.
A 3 year-old boy is brought to the emergency department by his father after coming second best in a head versus chair collision. Can you manage his injury?
A 35 year-old martial artist presents with loss of vision in his right eye after being on the wrong end of a spinning back fist. Can you save his eyesight?
A man was poked in the eye and now has a sharp pain on the surface of his eye and is photophobic. Can you diagnose and treat his condition?
Your Emergency Department Director decided that a team-building exercise at the local boxing gym would be a good idea. You are left to hold the fort at work. An hour later the Director is en route to the ED
A 26 year-old man sustained an injury of uncertain mechanism to his left eye while at the bottom of a ruck during a game of rugby. Can you sort it out for him?
A 71 year-old man tripped at home and bumped his forehead on the wall as he went to ground. His only complaint is markedly blurred vision in his right eye. How are you going to manage this case in the emergency department?
A 56 year-old female presents with sudden onset loss of vision in her right eye. She has a past medical history of hypertension, hyperlipidema and medication-controlled diabetes mellitus type 2. Can you make the diagnosis and help to preserve her eyesight?
A 52 year-old man presents with sudden onset loss of vision in his right eye. His past medical history is notable for hypertension, hyperlipidemia and angina. Can you make the diagnosis and save this man’s vision?
A man presents with a persistent cough… but you notice something wrong with his eyes. What is the ocular finding and what is your approach to determining the cause?