Eye Health Presentations (PPT) by Optometrists, Optometry Students & Ophthalmologists

Eye Health Presentations (PPT)

Presentation or PPT is one of the best methods for expressing eye health knowledge, information, and useful tips in a pictorial and easy-to-grasp way. When you don’t have time to read the whole chapter of any topic, you can simply go through a few slides of the presentation to understand the core meaning of the topic.

Here, we have compiled hundreds of eye health presentations in varieties of ophthalmic topics prepared and presented by dedicated and experienced optometrists, optometry students, and ophthalmologists.

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Visual Evoked Potential (VEP): Its Types and Uses

Filters and Tints for Patients with Low Vision

Dissociated Vertical Deviation (DVD)

Eye in Kidney (Renal) and Liver Diseases

Vision Training (Therapy): Home Therapy & Office Therapy

Automated Perimetry (AVF): Basics of Interpretation

Optical Correction of Patients with High Refractive Errors

Methods of Subjective Refraction

Ptosis Evaluation: Things to be Considered

Cleaning System of Contact Lenses

Bifocal Eyeglass Lenses, Types, & Principles

Aftercare Examination of Contact Lens

Decision Making in Prescribing Pediatric Population

Entrance Tests of Binocular Single Vision (BSV)

Biometry: Principle and Clinical Applications

Dissociated Vertical Deviation (DVD)

Different Structures of Eyelid: Nerve and Vascular Supply

Optical Assistive Devices for Vision Impairment in Near

Anti-Histamine and Anti-Allergic Eye Drops

Human Crystalline Lens: Applied Anatomy and Physiology

Clinical Examination of Color Vision: Detection, Classification, Diagnosis & Management

Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Crystalline Lens

Ocular Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and Steroids: Uses and Indications

Optics of Contact Lens

Anti Glaucoma Eye Drops (Anti-Glaucoma Drugs)

Measurement of Accommodation of Eye

Optic Nerve Anatomy and Visual Pathway

Polarization of Light and its Ophthalmic Applications

Scattering & Absorption of Light and Ophthalmic Applications

Antibacterial Drugs

Retinoscopy Techniques

Methods of Determining Near Addition in Presbyopia

Ocular Ultrasonography (USG)

Interventions to Reduce Myopia Progression in Children


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