Clinical Ocular Pharmacology, 5th Edition

Clinical Ocular Pharmacology

5th Edition

By Jimmy D. Bartlett, OD, DOS, ScD, Professor of Optometry, School of Optometry, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Alabama School of Medicine, Birmingham, AL, USA; and Siret D. Jaanus, PhD, LHD, Professor of Pharmacology, Department of Biological Sciences, State University of New York, State College of Optometry, New York; Professor Emerita, Southern California College of Optometry, Fullerton, CA, USA


Part One: Fundamental Concepts in Ocular Pharmacy

Chapter 1: Pharmacotherapy of the Ophthalmic
Patient

Chapter 2: Ophthalmic Drug Formulations

Chapter 3: Ophthalmic Drug Delivery

Chapter 4: Pharmaceutical and Regulatory Aspects of Ocular Drug Administration

Chapter 5: Legal Aspects of Drug Administration

Part Two: Pharmacology of Ocular Drugs

Chapter 6: Local Anesthetics

Chapter 7: Analgesics for Treatment of Acute Ocular Pain

Chapter 8: Mydriatic and Mydrilytics

Chapter 9: Cycloplegics

Chapter 10: Ocular Hypotensive Drugs

Chapter 11: Anti-Infective Drugs

Chapter 12: Anti-Inflammatory Drugs

Chapter 13: Antiallergy Drugs and Decongestants

Chapter 14: Preparations for Dry Eye and Ocular Surface Disease

Chapter 15: Antiedema Drugs

Chapter 16: Dyes

Chapter 17: Nutritional Agents

Chapter 18: Drugs for Retinal Diseases

Part Three: Ocular Drugs in Clinical Practice

Chapter 19: Topical and Regional Anesthesia

Chapter 20: Dilation of the Pupil

Chapter 21: Cycloplegic Refraction

Chapter 22: Neuro-Ophthalmic Disorders

Chapter 23: Diseases of the Eyelids

Chapter 24: Diseases of the Lacrimal System

Chapter 25: Diseases of the Conjunctiva

Chapter 26: Diseases of the Cornea

Chapter 27: Allergic Eye Disease

Chapter 28: Diseases of the Sclera

Chapter 29: Uveitis

Chapter 30: Postoperative Care of the Cataract Patient

Chapter 31: Diseases of the Retina

Chapter 32: Thyroid-Related Eye Disease

Chapter 33: Pharmacologic Management of Strabismus

Chapter 34: Medical Management of the Glaucomas

Part Four: Toxicology

Chapter 35: Ocular Effects of Systemic Drugs