The Optimal Tech: A Beginner’s Guide for Optometric and Ophthalmic Assistants

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Keli B. O’Connor, COMT, ABOC (Author) – Clinical Coordinator, Center for Advanced Retinal & Ocular Therapeutics at the  University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Series: Eye and Vision Research Developments
BISAC: MED003030
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/BQNU4632

The Optimal Tech provides information on the many facets of our job as eye care assistants while encouraging techs who may feel overwhelmed. Every subspecialty is broken down to the anatomy of the eye it involves, ailments one would expect to encounter while working with the subspecialty, and what a typical exam looks like for these injuries and diseases. Not only are technicians primed for eventually performing ophthalmic tests or assisting with surgery, but they are provided an explanation of why techs and doctors order all that they do.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

Section I : General Eye Care

Chapter 1.  Patient Care

Chapter 2.  Anatomy and Physiology

Chapter 3. The Exam

Chapter 4 . Refraction

Chapter 5 . Cataracts

Chapter 6 . Glaucoma

Section II: Subspecialties

Chapter 7. Cornea

Chapter 8 . Retina

Chapter 9 . Neuro-Ophthalmology

Chapter 10. Oculoplastics

Section III: Diagnostic Testing

Chapter 11. Visual Fields

Chapter 12. Imaging

Chapter 13. Optics

Conclusion

Appendices

References

Additional Resources

Acknowledgments

About the Author

Index

Additional information

Binding

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