These slides are an accompaniment to the eye emergencies teaching session and the Eye Problems module of the EMC course.

If you want to test yourself further then have a look at the collection of ophthalmological cases at Life in the Fast Lane in their clinical cases section.

The Eye Emergency Manual produced by the NSW department of health is a resource familiar to many NSW ED doctors.  It is often found somewhere on the flightdesk of most EDs in the state and is a great resource when assessing eye emergencies in the ED, and communicating your findings to your nearest ophthalmology team.

The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital has a useful list of Golden Eye Rules.

Finally don’t forget to review the blog post on fundoscopy from mid July.

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