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    • Anti-allergic ophthalmic drugs in general practice : which, why and when? 

      Mohamed, N.; Smit, D. P. (Medpharm Publications, 2013)
      Ocular allergies present in many different guises. They may vary from self-limiting episodes of acute allergic conjunctivitis, to potentially sight-threatening chronic conditions, such as vernal keratoconjunctivitis. This ...

    • Anti-infective ophthalmic preparations in general practice 

      Smit, Derrick (Medpharm Publications, 2012)
      Ocular infections may be bacterial, viral, fungal or parasitic in aetiology. Pharmacological preparations are available to treat infections that are caused by these groups of organisms. The majority of these preparations ...

    • Dealing with dry eye disease in general practice 

      Smit, Derrick (Medpharm Publications, 2012)
      Dry eye disease (DED) is a very common condition with significant morbitity. It is under-diagnosed by healthcare practitioners, since the presenting symptoms are often non-specific or misleading, and clinical signs may be ...

    • Eyelid problems in general practice 

      Smit, Derrick P. (Medpharm Publications, 2012)
      General practitioners are often confronted with complaints regarding the eyelids. The author presents a number of clinical cases that illustrate common eyelid problems, and provides a discussion of each case to highlight ...

    • Management of chemical ocular injuries – what every GP should know 

      Meyer, D. (Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG), 2013-04)