Diagnosis And Management of Nocardia Keratitis

Diagnosis And Management of Nocardia Keratitis Keratitis refers to infection of the cornea, the dome covering the eye’s iris and pupil. Keratitis may or may not be caused by an infection. Minor injury to the eye, extended-wear contact lenses, or foreign bodies are the most common causatives of non-infectious keratitis. Infectious

Case Study- Can Giant Cell Arteritis and Myeloproliferative Neoplasm Cause Sudden Onset Vision Loss?

Case Study- Can Giant Cell Arteritis and Myeloproliferative Neoplasm Cause Sudden Onset Vision Loss? Patient: A 75-year-old man with a history of sudden (painless) loss of vision in the right eye along with recent jaw claudication and weight loss. Case Report: According to his accounts, his vision loss developed five days before his consultation.

Analysis of The Study on Adverse Reactions to 1% Cyclopentolate Eye Drop in Children

Analysis of The Study on Adverse Reactions to 1% Cyclopentolate Eye Drop in Children Cyclopentolate hydrochloride is a drug used before routine eye examinations such as refraction exams. It is often characterized by a faster onset and shorter duration of action compared to its alternative cycloplegic eye drop atropine sulfate hydrate. Refractive

Use of nanotechnology to deliver topical ophthalmic medications

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Use of nanotechnology to deliver topical ophthalmic medications Topical drug delivery systems are widely used in transdermal, mucous membrane, ophthalmic, and otic applications as they are highly versatile, effective, and convenient. However, medication delivery complications such as drug solubility, bioavailability, timed release, and inaccurate physical targeting do exist. Recent advancements in nanotechnology

Potassium Chloride: a clinical overview

Potassium Chloride: a clinical overview GlobalRPh medical writer Potassium related content Potassium correction based on pH Potassium Deficit Calculator Potassium Dosing Calculator Fractional Excretion of Potassium Transtubular Potassium Gradient (TTKG) Potassium Chloride: A

Study results: Underutilization of generics by U.S. Ophthalmologists

Study results: Underutilization of generics by U.S. Ophthalmologists One of the highest healthcare costs for patients in the United States is prescription drug spending. Each year prescription drug spending reaches around $300 billion of the total national healthcare expenditure, this number keeps on rising every year. Generic medications are approved by

Study Results: ophthalmologic problems amongst patients with Parkinson’s disease

Study Results: ophthalmologic problems amongst patients with Parkinson’s disease Parkinson’s disease is a movement disorder that affects around 10 million people around the world. It is characterized as a chronic and neurodegenerative disorder that leads to tremors, slowness of movement, impaired balance, and other non-motor symptoms such as sexual dysfunction, loss

COVID-19 Increasing Ventilator Capacity – Overview

Ventilator to 4 patients - Covid-19

GlobalRPh student writer One of the major problems in most hospitals during the COVID-19 outbreak is the lack of sufficient ventilators for patients. As of March 25, 2020, there are more than 400,000 cases of coronavirus globally and at least 18,000 deaths.     New assessment tool Check out the CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19) ASSESSMENT

Diagnosis And Management of Nocardia Keratitis