Interactions of the Eye, Vision, and the EnvironmentBy
- Donald Pitts
Student clinicians will be guided through the assessment process -- how to make correct diagnoses of environmental problems and needs and determining appropriate treatments to maximize patients' visual performance in their environment.
Published: August 1993
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
good reference book, some material is too dated, some chapters are too scientific for practicing od's
- VISION AND THE ENVIRONMENT: Occupational Optometry and Primary Care; Occupational Optometry in Practice; Ophthalmic Standards; RADIATION, LIGHTING, AND VISION: The Electromagnetic Spectrum; Basic Concepts in Environmental Lighting; Ocular Effects of Radiant Energy; Lasers in Industry and the Clinic; Clinical Applications of Lasers; OCULAR PROTECTION AGAINST OPTICAL RADIATION HAZARDS: Principles in Ocular Protection; Ophthalmic Materials for Ocular Protection; Sunglasses for Ocular Protection; Contact Lenses in the Work Environment; Visual Display Terminals: Visual Problems and Solutions; Vision and Motor Vehicle Operation; SPECIAL PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL VISION: Protecting the Eye from Welding; Special Clinical Problems; Vision and Drugs