Symposium on Medical Therapy in Glaucoma, Amsterdam, May 15, 1976 - Documenta Ophthalmologica Proceedings Series 12 (Hardback)E. L. Greve (editor)
Hardback 145 Pages / Published: 30/06/1977
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The proceedings of this symposium on Medical Therapy in Glaucoma are divided in four major parts. The pharmacological introduction gives the reader a short description of factors that are involved between administration of the drug and its action at the desired position in the eye. The new and exciting field of drug delivery systems will be dealt with in this part and part II. Originally we had asked Ken Richardson to give part of the lectures on Membrane technology and basic aspects of cholinergic action. Unfortu- nately at the last moment he could not come. Our thanks go to Gavin Paterson and Klaus Heilmann who were willing to take over a part of his job. Part II on cholinergic action offers next to the well-known drugs infor- mation about Ocusert. Part III covers the new developments in the adrenergic field, including guanethidine and atenolol. The clinical aspects of medical therapy in glaucoma are covered by Part IV. Many subjects could not be handled. We left out the systemic treatment of glaucoma (diamox, mannitol etc.). We left out all special cases and prob- lem cases. Some questions could be answered during the round table discus- sion, most remained unanswered. It is clear that there is enough subject-mat- ter and interest for another symposium on therapy of glaucoma.
Number of pages: 145
Weight: 320 g
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