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RAAB Bolivia

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Nos es grato informarles que se está planificando un estudio de Evaluación Rápida de la Ceguera Evitable (RAAB por su siglas en inglés) en este año 2013.

Compartimos la página del proyecto: 

www.raabbolivia.org 

 
 

Manual de Cuidado y Mantenimiento de Instrumentos y Equipos Oftalmológicos

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Con la financiación de ORBIS se tradujo el Manual de Cuidado y Mantenimiento de Instrumentos y Equipos Oftalmológicos producido por Aravind.
Encontrará también videos relacionados a esta publicación en: Videos: Mantenimiento y Cuiadado de Instrumentos Oftalmológicos 

 

Tapa mantenimiento libro Instrumentos y equipos oftalmológicos

 

Puede descargar aquí el Manual de Cuidado y Mantenimiento de Instrumentos y Equipos Oftalmológicos

 

Mantenimiento y Cuiadado de Instrumentos Oftalmológicos

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Haga click en los videos para reproducirlos. 
 

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Orientación a los instrumentos oftálmicos y mantenimiento de equipos

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento de oftalmoscopio directo - Tipo Heine

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento de oftalmoscopio directo - Tipo Welch Allyn 

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento de oftalmoscopio indirecto -  Heine Type

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento de oftalmoscopio indirecto  - Keeler Type

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Desmontaje Lámpara de Hendidura

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Cuidado y mantenimiento del sistema de ampliación de lámpara de hendidura

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento de Joy Stick Lámpara de Hendidura - Parte I

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento de Joy Stick Lámpara de Hendidura - Parte II

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento de Retinoscopio de franja

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento de A-Scan

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Cuidado y mantenimiento de aparatos BP

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento de Queratómetro

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento del microscopio quirúrgico

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Cuidado y mantenimiento de la máquina de Faco

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Cuidado y Mantenimiento de Tonómetro de Schiotz

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Calibración de Tonómetro de Schiotz 

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Instrumento quirúrgico - Tijeras de Conjuntiva 

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Instrumento quirúrgico - Gancho Sinskey

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Instrumento quirúrgico - Forceps

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Instrumento quirúrgico - Simcoe Cannula

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Instrumento quirúrgico - Soporte para Lentes

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Instrumento quirúrgico - Clamp Arterial

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Instrumento quirúrgico - Forceps Dentados

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Clamp de Toalla

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Introducción a la limpieza de ópticas

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Baterías recargables de Tipo I

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Baterías recargables de Tipo II

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Reemplazo de lámpara en el Oftalmoscopio

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Reemplazo de lámpaara en lámpara de Hendidura 

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Algunos Haga y Algunos no Haga

 

Enfermería Oftalmológica: Conocimientos Básicos

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Como indica su título, este manual para enfermeras se focaliza en la introducción a las enfermeras en la oftalmología.

Este Volumen, el primero, de varios futuros, se focaliza en los conocimientos básicos. Este es el temario:

Módulo 1: Cuidado del Paciente y de Nosotros Mismos
Autor: Heather Machin, RN

Módulo 2: Cuidado General del Equipo
Autores: Heather Machin, RN e Ismael Cordero

Módulo 3: Guía de Anatomía y Fisiología del Ojo para el Enfermero/a
Autores: Fiona O'Sullivan, RN; Heather Machin, RN; y Eugene Helveston, MD  

Para descargar el manual visite nuestra página de publicaciones:

http://www.v2020la.org/publicaciones 

 

 

Guía práctica de Retinopatía Diabética

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Ya está disponible en inglés la Guía de Retinopatía Diabética. En español está disponible desde el año pasado. Para ver la guía.

 http://www.v2020la.org/Publicaciones 

 

Short course: Understanding an eye health system in order to achieve VISION 2020

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Dates: 24 - 28 June 2013


This 5 day course at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine aims to familiarise participants with a health systems approach to eye care for communities in developing countries, through the use of practical interactive examples, case studies and using the knowledge of the VISION 2020 key components and strategies.

The course is intended for ophthalmologists, ophthalmic nurses, optometrists and allied professionals working in eye health and health planners and managers, NGO staff both from the developing and developed world, who intend to work in this field in a developing country, or are already doing so and wish to extend their knowledge. Only strong applicants will be accepted.

The course is being lead by experienced lecturer Karl Blanchet. Karl’s background is in public health and international development studies with an extensive experience in health system strengthening in Asia and Africa. Karl was one of the contributors of the Chapter on General Health Care of the World Report on Disability published by the World Health Organisation.
 

New Curriculum and Resources for Residency Training

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http://icoph.org/news/leader_letter/leader_letter_detail/47/New-Curriculum-and-Resources-for-Residency-Training.html

1. Updated ICO Residency Curriculum Available Online

Andrew G. Lee, MD
Andrew G. Lee, MD 

To support educators in “What to Teach,” the ICO has completed a major revision of the ICO Residency Curriculum, which offers an international consensus on the cognitive and technical skills ophthalmologists should be taught, including “must know” items at each level of training.

With the volunteer help of over 100 international subspecialists and other experts’ thoughtful input and review, sixteen international committees contributed to the update, which includes two new sections: Refractive Surgery and Community Eye Health. Also new is the addition of a “very advanced” level, which is geared towards education of the subspecialist.

Delivered online in a standardized content outline, the ICO Residency Curriculum is intended to be translated and adapted, with the precise local detail for implementation left to each region’s educators.

We hope the curriculum will be of enduring value for widely different regions regardless of nationality or culture. To access the ICO Residency Curriculum for easy download or editing, go to: www.icoph.org/refocusing_education/curricula.html.

–  Andrew G. Lee, MD, Chair, Committee on Curricula and Expectations for Training 

2. Residency Program Directors Courses: Maximizing Educational Effectiveness

Eduardo Mayorga, MD
Eduardo Mayorga, MD 

In addition to supporting educators in “What to Teach,” the ICO addresses “How To Teach.” Under the organization and leadership of Karl Golnik, ICO Director for Education, the ICO has been offering Residency Program Directors Courses since 2004, which provide methods of instruction, skill assessment, behavior adjustment, and competence measurement.

Sponsored by the ICOFoundation, supported by The Allergan Foundation, coordinated with national ophthalmologic societies, and conducted by the ICO since 2004, the Courses are held each year throughout the world, most recently in Slovenia, China, and Finland.

Residency Program Director Courses are currently by invitation only, but many of the instructional materials used in the Course–along with countless other valuable resources such as the ICO Residency Curriculum and ICO OSCARs–are available in the ICO’s Center for Ophthalmic Educators: educators.icoph.org.

– Eduardo Mayorga, MD, ICO Director for E-Learning

3. Center for Ophthalmic Educators: Providing Educational Resources and Connections

Gabriela Palis, MD
Gabriela Palis, MD 

The Center for Ophthalmic Educators (educators.icoph.org) offers a broad array of educational resources for teachers of residents, medical students, subspecialty fellows, practicing ophthalmologists, and allied eye care personnel. Ophthalmology teachers are guided in the construction of web-based courses, development and use of assessment tools, and applying evidence-based strategies to enhance adult learning, with information clearly organized by:

How to Teach: Teaching strategies and tools
What to Teach: Educational curricula and guidelines on teaching content
What to Teach With: Teaching resources presented in a variety of media 
How to Assess: Assessment strategies and principles
What to Assess With: Tools to assess skills and knowledge

The Center enables peers to collaborate and share ideas through its interactive feature, “Connections,” while the Ophthalmic Educators Letter offers beneficial information for teachers, including a monthly overview of new resources available in the Center. Sign up to receive educational updates at: educators.icoph.org/newsletter.php.

– Gabriela Palis, MD, Editor in Chief, Center for Ophthalmic Educators

 

Lions/PAAO Award in Blindness Prevention to Recognize Excellence in Field

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Oak Brook, Illinois, USA — Nominations are now being accepted for the annual Lions/PAAO Award in Blindness Prevention. Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) and the Pan-American Association of Ophthalmology (PAAO) will award the second annual Lions/PAAO Award in Blindness Prevention at the 30th Pan-American Congress, to be hosted in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in August 2013. 
The award will be granted to a Brazilian ophthalmologist who has demonstrated excellence in the field of blindness prevention. The award is made possible through LCIF’s SightFirst program and includes a US$1,000 grant and a travel budget to attend the Congress.


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Allie Stryker
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Materiales Día Mundial de la Visión 2012

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Estimados, ya están disponibles los Banner y posters del Día Mundial de la Visión para aquellos que los quieran imprimir y distribuir a su manera.

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Guía práctica de Catarata Senil

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El objetivo de ésta guía es proveer a los profesionales médicos de salud ocular comunitaria recomendaciones estandarizadas basadas en la mejor evidencia disponible a fin  de poder cubrir las necesidades de las poblaciones más vulnerables en forma costo eficiente.

 

 


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WSD 2013

World Sight Day 2013

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CEHJ en español

VISIÓN 2020 boletín trimestral


Miércoles 23 Abril 2014