This book emphasizes concepts and methods for solving problems that occur through the interaction of the eyes and vision of people with their environment. Student clinicians will learn to assess their patient's visual tasks, visual environments, and visual performance needs in order to provide quality eye care.
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
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1993
- 18th June 1993
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good reference book, some material is too dated, some chapters are too scientific for practicing od's