CLINICALLY SIGNIFICANT INTRAVASCULAR RED CELL AGGREGATION
- INTRAVASCULAR RED CELL AGGREGATION AND THE CHYLOMICRON COUNT IN DIABETES. Chazan, Bernard I. // Angiology;Aug1963, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p426
The degree of intra-arteriolar red cell aggregation (RCA) was compared with the chylomicron count and various other indices in 22 recently diagnosed diabetics, and in 48 diabetics who had been under treatment for a 5- to 20-year period. A positive correlation was found in both groups between the...
- Split-Conjunctival Grafts for Double - head Pterygium. Maheshwari, Sejal // Indian Journal of Ophthalmology;Mar2005, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p53
Purpose: To describe the technique of split-conjunctival grafts (SCG) for double-head pterygia and to evaluate its postoperative outcome. Method: A retrospective analysis of seven eyes with primary double-head pterygium was done. All eyes received pterygium excision with split-conjunctival...
- The management of ocular allergy in community pharmacies in the United Kingdom. Bilkhu, Paramdeep; Wolffsohn, James; Taylor, Deanna; Gibson, Emma; Hirani, Bhavik; Naroo, Shehzad // International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy;Apr2013, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p190
Background Ocular allergies frequently present in pharmacy practices. However, research into the actual management of ocular allergy in pharmacies is lacking. Objective To determine and quantify history and symptom questioning of a patient with presumed allergic conjunctivitis and management...
- PREFERRED PRACTICE PATTERNS FOR PRESUMED VIRAL KERATO-CONJUNCTIVITIS IN CENTRAL INDIA. Agarwal, Prakashchand; Gupta, Saroj; Sharma, Anjali; Saini, V. K. // National Journal of Community Medicine;Jan-Mar2014, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p54
Introduction: Epidemic viral kerato-conjunctivitis is a common tropical infection. No standard guidelines exist for treating this self limiting illness. Various treatment patterns are prevalent which may be non-scientific. Material and Methods: Ophthalmologists were requested to fill...
- A poke in the eye with a plastic nozzle for David Newnham. Newnham, David // Nursing Standard;10/6/2004, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p26
Comments on the do-it-yourself procedure of using eye drops for conjunctivitis patients in Great Britain in 2004. Ins and outs of using eye drops; Analysis of pertinent topics and relevant issues; Implications on nurses and nursing.
- CONJUNCTIVITIS AS A RARE SIDE-EFFECT OF RISEDRONATE: A CASE REPORT. ÖZTÜRK, Gülcan; AYDOĞ, Ece; GELER KÜLCÜ, Duygu // Turkish Journal of Geriatrics / TÃ¼rk Geriatri Dergisi;2015, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p251
Osteoporosis is common metabolic bone disease in older people. Bisphosphonates is usually used in the management of osteoporosis. However, a small number of patients have been recognized to develop ocular inflammation due to administration of bisphosphonates. We report the case of...
- sticky eye. Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p713
An encyclopedia entry for "sticky eye" is presented. It is a sign of conjunctivitis, an eye condition where eye discharge causes the eyelids to stick together.
- CELLULAR INTERACTIONS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF IMMUNOLOGICAL TOLERANCE OF SHEEP ERYTHROCYTES IN RATS. McCullagh, Peter // Australian Journal of Experimental Biology & Medical Science;Dec1973, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p773
This article reports that immunological tolerance of sheep erythrocytes is a dominant state which may be readily transferred between rats by means of tolerant lymphocytes. Lymphocytes from normal donors which are syngeneic with a tolerant recipient are incapable of terminating its tolerant state...
- Conjunctivitis No Need for Antibiotics. // HealthFacts;Jul2005, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p4
Reports on a study led by Peter W. Rose of the University of Oxford, England, about conjunctivitis in children. Antibiotic prescribed for the treatment of conjunctivitis; Side effects of chloramphenicol eyedrops; Suggestion for parents on the management of conjunctivitis in children.