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Sunday, February 14, 2010

Clinical Manual of Contact Lenses
By Edward S Bennett, Vinita Allee Henry

Product Description:

Thoroughly revised and updated--and now in full color for the first time--this manual is a complete, current, and convenient "how-to" guide to fitting, evaluating, and troubleshooting contact lenses, particularly specialty contact lens designs. The book is the perfect quick reference to consult during a patient's examination and a user-friendly study guide for boards. Each chapter includes clinical cases, nomograms, and a proficiency checklist. This edition has over 200 new illustrations, including 169 full-color photographs. Coverage includes new information on silicone hydrogels, disposable lenses, and new lens designs, materials, and care systems, as well as significant updates on clinical topics such as orthokeratology and bifocals. The contributors represent sixteen schools and colleges of optometry

9 comments:

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Anonymous said...

First of all let me thank you very much, and I truly mean it.

But once again this book is in ISILO Format, so I have to ask these admittedly unpolite questions.

1) Is there ANY way to convert ISILO into PDF

2) Who is using ISILO ? It's propietary and nobody I know has ever even heard of the format.
Why not PDF ?

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dr.amr said...

the book is available as webpages ... there are two ways to combine it..either CHM or PDB ..PDB is much easier for me...and it retain page structure...and its reader is available...search available...clickable links.... so why not...

CHM needs more effort from me...i.e to rename each chapter..to refine structure of folders and files...

But pdf will not be good...the tables and figures will be cut across the pages.

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Maria said...

pdf please??

Billytom said...

Needed One for ourselves.

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