This book provides a concise, practical guide to the management of endophthalmitis for busy ophthalmic clinicians. It includes many tips, tricks, clinical pearls and colour photographs to illustrate various aspects of diagnosis that can be quickly referred to when assessing patients. Endophthalmitis in Clinical Practice utilises an easy-to-follow `cookbook' style to ensure that information can be rapidly and efficiently obtained for the best possible care of patients with endophthalmitis. In addition to the concise writing style, the compact size of this book means that it can be kept in an on-call bag and can be easily consulted to in clinical practice.
How to Use This Book.- Classification of Endophthalmitis.- Acute-onset postoperative.- Delayed-onset (chronic) postoperative.- Following conjunctival filtering bleb.- Following intravitreal injection.- Following microbial keratitis.- Post-traumatic Endogenous.- Prophylaxis of Endophthalmitis.- Risk factors.- Cataract surgery.- Intravitreal injection.- Treatment of Endophthalmitis.- EVS (acute-onset postoperative).- Other categories of endophthalmitis.- Addenda.- Preparation of intravitreal antibiotics.- Preparation of subconjunctival antibiotics.- Preparation of fortified topical antibiotics.