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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. Punctal occlusion for dry eye syndrome. (PubMed)

on adverse events suggested that events occurred reasonably frequently in the punctal plug group and included epiphora, itching, tenderness and swelling of lids with mucous discharge, and plug displacement.One trial compared punctal plugs with cyclosporine (20 eyes) and one trial compared punctal plugs with oral pilocarpine (55 eyes). The evidence was judged to be very low-certainty due to a combination of risk of bias and imprecision.Five trials compared punctal plugs with artificial tears. In one (...) Punctal occlusion for dry eye syndrome. Dry eye syndrome is a disorder of the tear film that is associated with symptoms of ocular discomfort. Punctal occlusion is a mechanical treatment that blocks the tear drainage system in order to aid in the preservation of natural tears on the ocular surface.To assess the effects of punctal plugs versus no punctal plugs, different types of punctal plugs, and other interventions for managing dry eye.We searched the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled

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2017 Cochrane

3. Dry Eye Disease (KCS)

treatment. Some are caused by abnormalities of the eyelids or blinking, or by disorders of the meibomian (oil) glands of the eyelid margin. Patients complain of irritation of the eyes, a feeling that there is something in the eye, a discharge from the eye, and sometimes blurred vision. They notice that their symptoms are worse in windy or dry conditions or when irritants such as smoke are in the air. When they are examined in the clinic they may be found to have reduced tear production or increased tear (...) Dry Eye Disease (KCS) Dry Eye (Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca, KCS) submit The College submit You're here: Dry Eye (Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca, KCS) Dry Eye (Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca, KCS) The CMGs are guidelines on the diagnosis and management of a range of common and rare, but important, eye conditions that present with varying frequency in primary and first contact care. Share options Aetiology The 2017 International Dry Eye Workshop (DEWS II) has provided the following definition: Dry eye

2018 College of Optometrists

4. 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

5. 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 (...) CRACKCast E022 – Red and Painful Eye CRACKCast E022 - Red and Painful Eye - CanadiEM CRACKCast E022 – Red and Painful Eye In , by Adam Thomas January 12, 2017 This episode of CRACKCast cover’s Rosen’s Chapter 22, Red and Painful Eye 1 . The red and painful eye can be a vision-threatening medical emergency and should be treated urgently to avoid long-term sequelae. Shownotes – Rosen’s in Perspective: Review your eye anatomy in Rosen’s Eye anatomy review. From Rosen’s. Recap the key components

2017 CandiEM

6. Eye Care in the Intensive Care Unit

but not sticky, this might not be conjunctivitis and staff must seek expert ophthalmological help. Swollen conjunctiva (chemosis) 2017/PROF/350 9 RED AND STICKY RED BUT NOT STICKY Conjunctivitis in this setting is usually bacterial and can be very infectious and virulent. Without due care it can be spread to other patients and staff. Management of conjunctivitis: It is wise to take a swab of the eye discharge and send it for microbial culture because of the increased possibility of infection with unusual (...) organisms. The discharge can be removed by bathing the eyelids with warm water, using separate gauze for each eye. Chloramphenicol ointment (rather than drops to utilise the continued good lubrication from the ointment) is applied in the eye four times a day for 5-7 days. ? If the microbial results suggest that the organism is not sensitive to chloramphenicol, but the eye is better, leave alone and do not change this. If the eye is still sticky or red, then the ointment can be changed to one containing

2017 Intensive Care Society

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

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

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2015 Epilepsia

8. Symbolic time series analysis of electroencephalographic (EEG) epileptic seizure and brain dynamics with eye-open and eye-closed subjects during resting states (PubMed)

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

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2017 Journal of physiological anthropology

9. Eye Movements as a Probe of Corollary Discharge Function in Schizophrenia (PubMed)

Eye Movements as a Probe of Corollary Discharge Function in Schizophrenia Nearly every movement made by every animal is accompanied by a corollary discharge, a signal sent from the motor to sensory regions of its brain. Corollary discharges are a crucial mechanism by which the brain monitors its own actions, and there is some evidence that they are impaired in people with schizophrenia. Here, I briefly review this evidence and suggest that eye movements are a particularly valuable tool (...) for assessing the role of corollary discharges in schizophrenia.

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2014 ACS chemical neuroscience

10. Is it safe to discharge treated proliferative diabetic retinopathy patients from the hospital eye service to a community screening programme? (PubMed)

Is it safe to discharge treated proliferative diabetic retinopathy patients from the hospital eye service to a community screening programme? To investigate the distribution of new vessels (NV) in patients treated with pan-retinal photocoagulation for proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR). To assess whether it is safe to discharge treated PDR patients to the NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme (DESP) which uses two mydriatic 45° fields of each eye.Consecutive treated PDR patients undergoing (...) fundus fluorescein angiography between July 2010 and October 2011 for the purpose of looking for NV were included. The distribution of NV was mapped. In particular it was noted whether NV occurred in the area covered by the DESP standard screening images.A total of 76 patients (108 eyes) met the inclusion criteria for the study. Leaking NV were found inside the DESP fields in 89% of study patients. In 108 eyes with leaking NV, there were a total of 35 NVD and 336 NVE. NV were found within DESP fields

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2014 Eye

11. Clinical Cysticercosis epidemiology in Spain based on the hospital discharge database: What's new? (PubMed)

Clinical Cysticercosis epidemiology in Spain based on the hospital discharge database: What's new? Cysticercosis (CC) is a tissue infection caused by the larval cysts of the pork tapeworm Taenia solium. It is usually acquired by eating contaminated food or drinking water. CC Cysts can develop in the muscles, the eyes, the brain, and/or the spinal cord. T. solium is found worldwide, but its prevalence has decreased in developed countries due to stricter meat inspection and better hygiene (...) characteristics were described. Spatial distribution of cases and their temporal behavior were also assessed. A total of 1,912 hospital discharges with clinical cysticercosis were identified. From 1998 to 2008, an increasing trend in the number of CC hospitalizations was observed, decreasing afterwards, in parallel with a decrease in the external migration rate. The Murcia region had the highest median hospitalization rate (13.37 hospitalizations/100,000 population), followed by Navarra and Madrid. The 16-44

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2018 PLoS neglected tropical diseases

12. Discharge and Role of Acetylcholine Pontomesencephalic Neurons in Cortical Activity and Sleep-Wake States Examined by Optogenetics and Juxtacellular Recording in Mice (PubMed)

Discharge and Role of Acetylcholine Pontomesencephalic Neurons in Cortical Activity and Sleep-Wake States Examined by Optogenetics and Juxtacellular Recording in Mice Acetylcholine (ACh) neurons in the pontomesencephalic tegmentum (PMT) are thought to play an important role in promoting cortical activation with waking (W) and paradoxical sleep [PS; or rapid eye movement (REM)], but have yet to be proven to do so by selective stimulation and simultaneous recording of identified ACh neurons. Here (...) tegmental (PPT) nuclei. Continuous light pulse stimulation during sleep evoked tonic spiking by ACh neurons that elicited a shift from irregular slow wave activity to rhythmic θ and enhanced γ activity on the cortex without behavioral arousal. With θ frequency rhythmic light pulse stimulation, ACh neurons discharged in bursts that occurred in synchrony with evoked cortical θ. During natural sleep-wake states, they were virtually silent during slow wave sleep (SWS), discharged in bursts during PS

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2018 eNeuro

13. We can do a better job with hospital discharge paperwork

of the discharge that I’ve always wondered about, and has pretty much been overlooked in every hospital I’ve ever worked in: the design of the discharge paperwork. What am I talking about? Well let’s suppose you are asked to follow through on some very important instructions, would you be more likely to follow them if they were presented to you on a tatty piece of paper or well-presented in a more beautiful and eye-catching way? There is simply no way that most patients can understand what’s given to them (...) We can do a better job with hospital discharge paperwork We can do a better job with hospital discharge paperwork We can do a better job with hospital discharge paperwork | | October 23, 2018 8 Shares The discharge process has now been recognized as one of the most crucial points at which the actions of doctors and hospitals can have a huge impact on immediate health outcomes for our patients. At a time when 30-day readmission rates are still touching almost 20 percent for Medicare patients

2018 KevinMD blog

14. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing as a treatment for tinnitus. (PubMed)

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

15. Impact of eye clinic liaison officers: a qualitative study in UK ophthalmology clinics. (PubMed)

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

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2019 BMJ open

16. Never take your eyes off of a bleeding patient

Never take your eyes off of a bleeding patient Never take your eyes off of a bleeding patient Never take your eyes off of a bleeding patient | | March 4, 2019 300 Shares “Please help me. I was brushing my teeth this morning and started bleeding a ton from my mouth.” Joe (identifying information changed) pointed to a bucket next to his bed. I was horrified to see close to two pints of blood in it. With gloves on, I pulled out my penlight and a new tongue depressor. “Open your mouth wide for me (...) at the blood bucket several times or his story of the sheer amount of bleeding that happened in the morning. I told myself there must be a medical reason for Joe’s bleeding, and I asked my attending for us to admit Joe to the inpatient floor for overnight observation as we run some tests (including an iron panel, ascorbic acid, and coagulation studies). “You want us to admit him to the floor instead of discharge?” “I feel that strongly yes, it would give more assurance to Joe and his parents. Also, he did

2019 KevinMD blog

17. 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. (PubMed)

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

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2019 BMC Ophthalmology

18. Cataract Surgery Visual Outcomes and Associated Risk Factors in Secondary Level Eye Care Centers of L V Prasad Eye Institute, India (PubMed)

Cataract Surgery Visual Outcomes and Associated Risk Factors in Secondary Level Eye Care Centers of L V Prasad Eye Institute, India To evaluate cataract surgery visual outcomes and associated risk factors in rural secondary level eye care centers of L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI), India.The Eye Health pyramid of LVPEI has a network of rural secondary care centres (SCs) and attached vision centres (VCs) that provide high quality comprehensive eye care with permanent infrastructure to the most (...) disadvantaged sections of society. The most common procedure performed at SCs is cataract surgery. We audited the outcome of a random sample of 2,049 cataract surgeries done from October 2009-March 2010 at eight rural SCs. All patients received a comprehensive ophthalmic examination, both before and after surgery. The World Health Organization recommended cataract surgical record was used for data entry. Visual outcomes were measured at discharge, 1-3 weeks and 4-11 weeks follow up visits. Poor outcome

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2016 PloS one

19. Influence of the location and type of epileptogenic lesion on scalp interictal epileptiform discharges and high-frequency oscillations. (PubMed)

Influence of the location and type of epileptogenic lesion on scalp interictal epileptiform discharges and high-frequency oscillations. To increase the diagnostic power of scalp electroencephalography (EEG) by investigating whether lesion type and location influence the morphology of interictal epileptic discharges (IEDs) and the likelihood that IEDs and high-frequency oscillations (HFOs) are present.We studied EEG activity in epilepsy patients with lesional epilepsy. Lesions were classified (...) by type and by location (region and depth). We marked a maximum of 50 IEDs during deep non-rapid eye movement sleep. IEDs were identified as spikes or sharp waves with or without slow waves, or bursts of spikes or sharp waves with or without slow waves. We analyzed HFOs in the studies showing at least 50 IEDs.In 192 scalp EEG studies, the differences in the percentage of studies showing IEDs in each depth-related group were not statistically significant, whereas HFOs (55 studies) predominated

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2017 Epilepsia

20. Implementation of medical retina virtual clinics in a tertiary eye care referral centre. (PubMed)

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

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2018 British Journal of Ophthalmology

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