This video features 15 brief, informative and enganging presentations on common ophthalmic conditions and treatments. Each contains enhanced animated graphics and easy-to-understand explanations by a physician (played by an actor).
This video is an excellent way to inform your patients and their family members about eye care while they wait for their appointment. A companion piece to Waiting Room Video for the Ophthalmic Practice, Volume 1, this video features all-new "eye facts and myths" and new musical interludes between segments, adding variety to your waiting room presentations.
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Eyelid problems
- Refractive errors
- Retinal detachment and floaters and flashes
- Dry Eye
- How to insert eyedrops
- Red eye
- Routine eye exam
- Low vision
- Eye care specialists
2009; each presentation is 2 to 4 minutes long and is followed by a short musical interlude. Length of complete DVD: approximately one hour.
Features available in both DVD and downloadable video:
- English and Spanish content
- High-quality animations
- PC and Mac compatible
Features available in DVD ONLY: Looped version
Information for downloadable version ONLY:
Available file types: Flash, iPad/iPhone/iPod/iTouch, QuickTime standard definition and Windows Media
Uses for downloadable video:
Show videos on your laptop to patients or project them on a screen during public presentations
Post video on your practice website
Burn a disc to give or loan to patients to take home to watch and share with friends and family
Embed video files in PowerPoint presentations
- Save on your practice server to conveniently show in multiple rooms
Downloading this product:
After purchasing this product, you may access it at www.aao.org/myonlineproducts.
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