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1. Eye Discharge

Eye Discharge Eye Discharge Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Eye Discharge Eye Discharge Aka: Eye Discharge II. Signs (...) Serous (watery, clear or yellow tinged) Toxic Purulent (creamy white or yellowish) Mucoid (Scant, white, stringy exudate) ( s) Toxic Mucopurulent discharge Toxic Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Eye Discharge." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Related Topics in Symptoms About FPnotebook.com is a rapid access, point-of-care

2018 FP Notebook

2. CRACKCast E022 – Red and Painful Eye

) Hyperthyroidism (enlarged ocular muscles) Orbital emphysema or inflammation (retained foreign body) What are the causes of enophthalmos? Contralateral proptosis Penetrating globe injury causing vitreous extrusion 2) How to differentiate between bacterial vs. viral conjunctivitis? Still NO good evidence exists to distinguish between the two Weak positive LR of 3.1 for bacterial IF Sticking eyelids in the AM plus mucoid/purulent discharge 3) What are the causes of Anisocoria? Previous eye trauma Globe injury (...) the eyes through ALL the cardinal movements of gaze Inquire about diplopia (especially at the extremes of gaze) This may suggest ocular muscle entrapment, or functional edema P: Pupillary evaluation Assess size, shape, reactivity Assess for RAPD using the swinging flashlight test P: Pressure determination Intraocular pressures normally 10-20 mmHg IO HTN Differential Diagnosis: Glaucoma Suprachoroidal hemorrhage Retrobulbar pathology Pressures in the 20-30 range should get ophthalmology follow-up

2017 CandiEM

3. Damage to the eye and optic nerve in seriously traumatized patients with concomitant head injury: analysis of 84,627 cases from the TraumaRegister DGU® between 2002 and 2015. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Damage to the eye and optic nerve in seriously traumatized patients with concomitant head injury: analysis of 84,627 cases from the TraumaRegister DGU® between 2002 and 2015. To determine the prevalence and characteristics of prechiasmatic visual system injuries (VSI) among seriously injured patients with concomitant head trauma in Europe by means of a multinational trauma registry.The TraumaRegister DGU® was searched for patients suffering from serious trauma with a Maximum Abbreviated Injury (...) treatment costs and a larger proportion of patients with moderate or severe impairment at hospital discharge despite there being a similar average injury severity at admission in both groups.A substantial proportion of patients with head injury suffers from additional VSI. The correlation between VSI and prolonged hospitalization, increased direct treatment expenditures, and having a higher probability of posttraumatic impairment demonstrates the substantial socioeconomic relevance of these types

2020 Scandinavian journal of trauma, resuscitation and emergency medicine

4. Discharge planning for people with diabetes

Discharge planning for people with diabetes Discharge planning for adult inpatients with diabetes October 2017This document is coded JBDS 10 in the series of JBDS documents: Other JBDS documents: The use of variable rate intravenous insulin infusion (VRIII) in medical inpatients; October 2014, JBDS 09 Management of Hyperglycaemia and Steroid (Glucocorticoid) Therapy; October 2014, JBDS 08 Admissions avoidance and diabetes: guidance for clinical commissioning groups and clinical teams; December (...) was subsequently sent to the full JBDS group and the process was repeated. Finally all the multi-professional endorsing groups received the document and their comments were considered and incorporated. This guideline will be freely and widely available to all trusts with no copyright restrictions. It is hoped that it will be a useful resource for all healthcare professional that are involved in discharge planning. However, as with all the JBDS guidelines, the authors welcome any comments, criticisms

2017 Association of British Clinical Diabetologists

5. Rapid eye movement sleep reveals epileptogenic spikes for resective surgery in children with generalized interictal discharges. (Abstract)

Rapid eye movement sleep reveals epileptogenic spikes for resective surgery in children with generalized interictal discharges. Epilepsy surgery can be successful in children with extensive congenital or early acquired focal or hemispheric brain lesion on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) despite generalized interictal epileptiform discharges (IEDs). The aim of this study was to assess if rapid eye movement (REM) sleep reduced generalized IEDs and revealed lateralized IEDs to identify

2015 Epilepsia

6. Glaucoma referral and safe discharge

disc assessment 4 2.3 Visual field assessment 4 2.4 Criteria for referral to secondary-eye-care services 5 2.5 Discharge from secondary-eye-care services 5 2.6 Monitoring patients with ocular hypertension 6 3 Risk factors for primary glaucoma 7 3.1 Introduction 7 3.2 Demographic and non-ocular risk factors 7 3.3 Ocular risk factors 8 4 Primary-care examination and assessment of patients with ocular hypertension or suspected glaucoma 10 4.1 Good practice 10 4.2 Measurement of intraocular pressure 10 (...) 4.3 Measurement of central corneal thickness 11 4.4 Assessment of anterior chamber angle 11 4.5 Optic disc assessment 12 4.6 Visual field assessment 14 5 Criteria for referral to secondary-eye-care services 15 6 Discharge from secondary-eye-care services 16 6.1 Facilitating safe discharge 16 6.2 Discharge criteria 17 7 Monitoring at-risk groups 18 7.1 Patients with family history of glaucoma 18 7.2 Patients with ocular hypertension 18 7.3 Patients who have had prophylactic iridotomy secondary

2015 SIGN

7. Symbolic time series analysis of electroencephalographic (EEG) epileptic seizure and brain dynamics with eye-open and eye-closed subjects during resting states Full Text available with Trip Pro

Symbolic time series analysis of electroencephalographic (EEG) epileptic seizure and brain dynamics with eye-open and eye-closed subjects during resting states Epilepsy is a neuronal disorder for which the electrical discharge in the brain is synchronized, abnormal and excessive. To detect the epileptic seizures and to analyse brain activities during different mental states, various methods in non-linear dynamics have been proposed. This study is an attempt to quantify the complexity of control (...) and epileptic subject with and without seizure as well as to distinguish eye-open (EO) and eye-closed (EC) conditions using threshold-based symbolic entropy.The threshold-dependent symbolic entropy was applied to distinguish the healthy and epileptic subjects with seizure and seizure-free intervals (i.e. interictal and ictal) as well as to distinguish EO and EC conditions. The original time series data was converted into symbol sequences using quantization level, and word series of symbol sequences

2017 Journal of physiological anthropology

8. Trends and Disparities in Inpatient Costs for Eye Trauma in the United States (2001-2014). (Abstract)

Trends and Disparities in Inpatient Costs for Eye Trauma in the United States (2001-2014). To determine the trends and disparities in inpatient costs for eye trauma in the United States (US) from 2001 through 2014.Retrospective population-based cross-sectional study.National Inpatient Sample, a representative sample of US hospital discharges, was used to determine costs of eye trauma hospitalizations. Linear regression was used to estimate changes in mean inflation-adjusted cost per admission (...) . Multivariable logistic regression was used to evaluate factors associated with a cost in the highest quartile (>$13,000) including age, sex, race, income quartile, primary payer, hospital location, size, and type. The model was adjusted for year of admission, length of stay, type of trauma, comorbidities, and the type and number of procedures performed.The inpatient costs for eye trauma from 2001 through 2014 totaled $1.72 billion. The mean cost (95% CI) per stay remained relatively constant: $12,000

2019 American Journal of Ophthalmology

9. Spatial updating of attention across eye movements: A neuro-computational approach. (Abstract)

Spatial updating of attention across eye movements: A neuro-computational approach. While we are scanning our environment, the retinal image changes with every saccade. Nevertheless, the visual system anticipates where an attended target will be next and attention is updated to the new location. Recently, two different types of perisaccadic attentional updates were discovered: predictive remapping of attention before saccade onset (Rolfs, Jonikaitis, Deubel, & Cavanagh, 2011) and lingering (...) of attention after saccade (Golomb, Chun, & Mazer, 2008; Golomb, Pulido, Albrecht, Chun, & Mazer, 2010). We here propose a neuro-computational model located in lateral intraparietal cortex based on a previous model of perisaccadic space perception (Ziesche & Hamker, 2011, 2014). Our model can account for both types of updating of attention at a neural-systems level. The lingering effect originates from the late updating of the proprioceptive eye-position signal and the remapping from the early corollary

2019 Journal of vision

10. Effect of Using Eye Masks and Earplugs on the Risk of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Development in Patients Admitted to Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Units. Full Text available with Trip Pro

in intensive care units in Iran.Sample of the present clinical trial consisted of 68 patients undergoing open-heart cardiac surgery that were randomly assigned to two groups. Patients in the control group received the usual care, and patients in the intervention group used eye masks and earplugs during sleep. The risk of post-traumatic stress disorder development before surgery and 2 months after discharge from the intensive care unit was assessed using the impact of event scale-revised.Statistical (...) Effect of Using Eye Masks and Earplugs on the Risk of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Development in Patients Admitted to Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Units. Critically ill patients are at risk of post-traumatic stress disorder development.The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of using eye masks and earplugs on the risk of post-traumatic stress disorder development in patients admitted to cardiac surgery intensive care units.This is a clinical trial that conducted

2019 Indian journal of critical care medicine : peer-reviewed, official publication of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

11. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing as a treatment for tinnitus. (Abstract)

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing as a treatment for tinnitus. To determine the effectiveness of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) as a treatment for tinnitus.Single-site prospective interventional clinical trial at a university hospital in the United Kingdom.Participants were provided with tEMDR. This is a bespoke EMDR protocol that was developed specifically to treat individuals with tinnitus. Participants received a maximum of 10 sessions of tEMDR. Outcome (...) measures including tinnitus questionnaires and mood questionnaires were recorded at baseline, discharge, and at 6 months postdischarge.Tinnitus Handicap Inventory and Beck Depression Inventory scores demonstrated a statistically significant improvement at discharge after EMDR intervention (P = .0005 and P = .0098, respectively); this improvement was maintained at 6 months postdischarge. There was also a moderate but not significant (P = .0625) improvement in Beck Anxiety Inventory scores.This study has

2019 The Laryngoscope Controlled trial quality: uncertain

12. Impact of eye clinic liaison officers: a qualitative study in UK ophthalmology clinics. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Impact of eye clinic liaison officers: a qualitative study in UK ophthalmology clinics. To explore the impact of eye clinic liaison officers (ECLOs, also known as sight loss advisors) on the processes, functions and quality of ophthalmology clinics through the experiences of ophthalmology staff in the UK.Qualitative study.UK hospital ophthalmology clinics.Health and social care professionals in the UK.ECLOs who had a presence in hospital ophthalmology clinics were seen as valuable (...) in streamlining processes within the clinic, particularly in relation to the certification of visual impairment process, and providing continuity of care for patients when they were discharged from medical treatment. ECLOs also saved staff time in the clinic, as they were often responsible for providing emotional and practical support for patients living with sight loss.ECLOs are well placed in ophthalmology clinics. They can relieve pressure on clinical staff by taking on information giving and referring

2019 BMJ open

13. Safety and efficacy of wiping lid margins with lid hygiene shampoo using the "eye brush", a novel lid hygiene item, in healthy subjects: a pilot study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

a different week. The results after using both products twice daily for 1 month were also evaluated. Wiping efficacy was determined by post-wiping scores for the remaining fluorescein-stained 0.3% Tarivid ointment fully applied to eyelids and lid margins under microscopic view illuminated by blue light just after performing each of the four lid hygiene methods described above.No significant deterioration in ocular conditions occurred. Eyestrain, eye discharge, and dryness decreased with tap water (P (...)  = 0.020), Eye Shampoo (P = 0.036), and Eye Brush (P = 0.014), respectively. Sensations of eye discharge increased after 1 month of using both products (P = 0.042). The wiping efficacy of Eye Brush, Eye Shampoo or both was significantly greater than that of tap water alone (two-sided test, P = 0.003, 0.003, 0.002), and using both significantly increased efficacy above Eye Shampoo use alone (one-sided test, P = 0.009).Wiping lid margins using Eye Brush enhanced the cleansing power of Eye Shampoo

2019 BMC Ophthalmology

14. Dry eye syndrome

of dry eye syndrome vary from person to person but are usually bilateral and may include: Irritation or discomfort — this may be described as burning, stinging or a ‘gritty’ sensation. Dryness. Intermittent blurring of vision. Redness of the eyelids or conjunctiva. Itching. Photosensitivity. Mucous discharge. Ocular fatigue. Basis for recommendation Basis for recommendation The information on the clinical features of dry eye syndrome is based on the clinical guidelines Dry eye syndrome Preferred (...) Dry eye syndrome Dry eye syndrome - NICE CKS Share Dry eye syndrome: Summary Dry eye syndrome is a chronic condition characterised by inflammation of the ocular surface and reduction in quality and/or quantity of tears. The tear film covers the cornea and exposed conjunctiva. It contributes to the health of the cornea and conjunctiva by supplying nutrients, flushing away waste products and acting as a protective barrier. Dry eye syndrome is usually categorised into either aqueous or evaporative

2017 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

15. Elevated Optic Disc Height and Increased Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter on Bedside Ultrasound in a Pediatric Patient With Orbital Cellulitis: More Than Meets the Eye. (Abstract)

Elevated Optic Disc Height and Increased Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter on Bedside Ultrasound in a Pediatric Patient With Orbital Cellulitis: More Than Meets the Eye. Orbital cellulitis is an uncommon ophthalmological emergency in children, but rapid emergency department (ED) diagnosis is essential.A 13-year-old boy presented to our pediatric ED with left orbital cellulitis secondary to pansinusitis. Emergency bedside ocular ultrasonography was used to evaluate and expedite his management. Besides (...) and cavernous sinus thrombosis the following day. After emergency surgical drainage of his pansinusitis, antibiotics, and anticoagulation, he was discharged well after a 2-week hospitalization. WHY SHOULD AN EMERGENCY PHYSICIAN BE AWARE OF THIS?: There are important advantages of using bedside ultrasonography for diagnosis of pediatric orbital cellulitis in the ED setting. Further research should be done to evaluate the clinical significance of an enlarged optic nerve sheath diameter and raised optic disc

2018 Journal of Emergency Medicine

16. Functional Categories of Visuomotor Neurons in Macaque Frontal Eye Field Full Text available with Trip Pro

Functional Categories of Visuomotor Neurons in Macaque Frontal Eye Field Frontal eye field (FEF) in macaque monkeys contributes to visual attention, visual-motor transformations and production of eye movements. Traditionally, neurons in FEF have been classified by the magnitude of increased discharge rates following visual stimulus presentation, during a waiting period, and associated with eye movement production. However, considerable heterogeneity remains within the traditional visual

2018 eNeuro

17. Prevention of post-concussion-like symptoms in patients presenting at the emergency room, early single eye movement desensitization, and reprocessing intervention versus usual care: study protocol for a two-center randomized controlled trial Full Text available with Trip Pro

Prevention of post-concussion-like symptoms in patients presenting at the emergency room, early single eye movement desensitization, and reprocessing intervention versus usual care: study protocol for a two-center randomized controlled trial Recent data suggest that 10-20% of injury patients will suffer for several months after the event from diverse symptoms, generally referred to as post-concussion-like symptoms (PCLS), which will lead to a decline in quality of life. A preliminary randomized (...) control trial suggested that this condition may be induced by the stress experienced during the event or emergency room (ER) stay and can be prevented in up to 75% of patients with a single, early, short eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) psychotherapeutic session delivered in the ER. The protocol of the SOFTER 3 study was designed to compare the impact on 3-month PCLS of early EMDR intervention and usual care in patients presenting at the ER. Secondary outcomes included 3-month post

2018 Trials Controlled trial quality: uncertain

18. Implementation of medical retina virtual clinics in a tertiary eye care referral centre. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Implementation of medical retina virtual clinics in a tertiary eye care referral centre. The increasing incidence of medical retinal diseases has created capacity issues across UK. In this study, we describe the implementation and outcomes of virtual medical retina clinics (VMRCs) at Moorfields Eye Hospital, South Division, London. It represents a promising solution to ensure that patients are seen and treated in a timely fashion METHODS: First attendances in the VMRC (September 2016-May 2017 (...) ). The majority were diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy (75.1% of internal and 46.8% of external referrals). Of the internal referrals, 14.6% were discharged, 54.5% continued in VMRC and 30.9% were brought to a F2FC. Of the external referrals, 45.5% were discharged, 37.1% continued in VMRC and 17.4% were brought to a F2FC. The main reason for F2FC referrals was image quality (34.7%), followed by detection of potentially treatable disease (20.2%).VMRC can be implemented successfully using existing resources

2018 British Journal of Ophthalmology

19. Man with a Swollen Eye: Nonspecific Orbital Inflammation in an Adult in the Emergency Department. (Abstract)

Man with a Swollen Eye: Nonspecific Orbital Inflammation in an Adult in the Emergency Department. Nonspecific orbital inflammation (NSOI) is a rare idiopathic ocular pathology characterized by unilateral, painful orbital swelling without identifiable infectious or systemic disorders, which can be complicated by optic nerve compromise.A 50-year-old man presented to the Emergency Department with recurring, progressive painless left eye swelling, decreased visual acuity, and binocular diplopia (...) in the absence of trauma, infection, or known malignancy. His physical examination was notable for left-sided decreased visual acuity, an afferent pupillary defect, severe left eye proptosis and chemosis, and restricted extraocular movements; his dilatated funduscopic examination was notable for ipsilateral retinal folds within the macula, concerning for a disruption between the sclera and the retina. Ocular examination of the right eye was unremarkable. Laboratory data were unrevealing. Gadolinium-enhanced

2018 Journal of Emergency Medicine

20. A Clinical Trial to Evaluate Tolerability and Pharmacokinetics of HL217 Eye Drop in Healthy Male Subjects

days from the start of the study (from the administration of investigational product) Subjects with previous participation in the current study Subject under administrative or legal supervision Subjects with an allergy to Fluorescein History of any ocular surgery within the past 6 months prior to study participation Subject who have intraocular pressure > 21 mmHg Subject with acute or chronic eye problems that require eye drop at the time of screening Best-corrected ETDRS visual acuity score ≤ 85 (...) A Clinical Trial to Evaluate Tolerability and Pharmacokinetics of HL217 Eye Drop in Healthy Male Subjects A Clinical Trial to Evaluate Tolerability and Pharmacokinetics of HL217 Eye Drop in Healthy Male Subjects - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100

2018 Clinical Trials

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