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We've just released a collection of 500+ OSCE Stations! 🙌 🤍 This guide provides a step-by-step approach to examining the eyes, assessing vision, assessing pupillary reflexes and performing fundoscopy (ophthalmoscopy). We've also put together a free in-depth written guide to accompany the video here: 🤍 Check out our other awesome clinical skills resources including: - 📱Geeky Medics OSCE App: 🤍 - 📝 150+ OSCE Checklists (PDF): 🤍 - 🗂️ 2000+ OSCE Flashcards: 🤍 - ❓Over 3000 Free MCQs: 🤍 - 🩺 Medical Finals Question Pack: 🤍 - 💊 PSA Question Pack: 🤍 - 🏥 Medicine Flashcard Collection: 🤍 - 🔪 Surgery Flashcard Collection: 🤍 - 🫁 Anatomy Flashcard Collection: 🤍 Chapters: - Introduction 00:00 - Assessment of visual acuity (distance) 00:25 - Re-assessment of visual acuity (distance) using a pinhole 01:10 - Assessment of near vision 01:31 - Visual field assessment 02:14 - Inspection of the pupils 03:11 - Assessment of direct and consensual pupillary reflexes 03:22 - Swinging light test 03:52 - Assessment of the accommodation reflex 04:18 - Assessment of eye movements 04:37 - Assessment of red light reflex 05:19 - Fundoscopy 05:26 - Credits 06:52 - Production disclaimer 07:03 Subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to know about our latest content: 🤍 ✉️ Join the Geeky Medics community: 👩👩👧👧 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Always adhere to your medical school/local hospital guidelines when performing examinations or clinical procedures. DO NOT perform any examination or procedure on patients based purely upon the content of these videos. Geeky Medics accepts no liability for loss of any kind incurred as a result of reliance upon the information provided in this video. Some people have found this video useful for ASMR purposes.
[MUSIC PLAYING] DAVID WALLACE: The basic eye examination is an important part of a thorough history and physical examination. There are many systemic diseases with ocular manifestations that can be detected by a primary care physician. Examples of these are AIDS, malignancies, child abuse, hypertension, and diabetes. The basic parts of the eye examination are visual acuity, external examination, motility, visual field, pupils, penlight examination, and direct ophthalmoscopy. The first step is to determine the patient's level of visual acuity. This is done prior to any manipulation of the eye or shining any lights into the eye. This will give you an idea if there's any visual problems that might need further investigation. To do this, use a near card such as this one. Have the patient cover one of their eyes. Hold the near card approximately 14 inches from the patient's face. Ask them to read the smallest line of numbers that they can. CHARLIE ROWE: 4, 2, 8, 7, 3, 9. DAVID WALLACE: Have them cover their other eye and do the same. CHARLIE ROWE: 4, 2, 8, 7, 3, 9. DAVID WALLACE: Visual acuity is recorded as 20 over blank. Perfect visual acuity is 20/20. What exactly does this mean? The numerator is the distance from the eye chart in feet. The denominator is the distance at which a person with normal vision could read the same line. In our example, 20/40 vision would mean that this person can read letters only at a distance of 20 feet that a normal person could read at a distance of 40 feet. If 20 feet is the standard distance, then how can visual acuity be checked at 14 inches? As the diagram shows, a 20/20 letter at 20 feet subtends an angle of 5 seconds of arc. Visual acuity can be checked at any distance as long as the size of the letter at that distance also subtends an angle of 5 seconds of arc. Therefore, the 20/20 letter of 14 inches is much smaller than the 20/20 letter at 20 feet. But both subtends an angle of 5 seconds of arc. What if your patient's visual acuity is so poor that they can't see any of the numbers on the near card? Then have your patient cover one eye, and ask them to count fingers on your hand. How many fingers do you see? CHARLIE ROWE: One. DAVID WALLACE: If they're unable to count fingers, then the next step is to see if they can detect hand movements. If they're unable to detect hand movements, shine a light in their eye to see if they can detect that. If they can't see a light in their eye, then their vision is recorded as no light perception. Record their vision as the highest level of perception, for example, counting fingers if they're able to do that. The next step of the examination is the external inspection. Look closely at your patient's eyebrows. Look at their upper and lower eyelids. Look for any swelling or redness around the eyes. Here's an example of a patient with xanthelasma, or cholesterol deposits beneath the skin around the eye. This can be indicative of very high blood cholesterol levels. This patient has an excess of thyroid hormone that causes bulging of his eyes and retraction or pulling back of both upper and lower eyelids. The next step of the evaluation is ocular alignment and motility. Use your penlight to create a reflex on the cornea of each eye. The normal corneal light reflex should fall on the same position in each eye. Eye misalignments are named as follows. Esotropia means that an eye turns in. Exotropia means that an eye turns out. Hypertropia means that one eye is higher than the other. And hypotropia means that one eye is lower than the other.... ...DAVID WALLACE: Good. Now I'm going to have you look straight ahead. I'm going to look a little more closely with this light. Look right. Look left. Look up. Look down. Look straight ahead. Look at my light. And look there. Look at my light. Mastering the basic eye exam can help you in your diagnosis of systemic diseases and can also allow you to detect ocular abnormalities that might require referral to an ophthalmologist. [MUSIC PLAYING]
We've just released a collection of 500+ OSCE Stations! 🙌 🤍 SEE OUR UPDATED VIDEO HERE: 🤍 To see the written guide alongside the video head over to our website 🤍 Download the app here 👾 🤍 This video aims to give you an idea of what's required in the Eye Examination / Visual Assessment OSCE. Check out our other awesome clinical skills resources including: - 📱Geeky Medics OSCE App: 🤍 - 📝 150+ OSCE Checklists (PDF): 🤍 - 🗂️ 2000+ OSCE Flashcards: 🤍 - ❓Over 3000 Free MCQs: 🤍 - 🩺 Medical Finals Question Pack: 🤍 - 💊 PSA Question Pack: 🤍 - 🏥 Medicine Flashcard Collection: 🤍 - 🔪 Surgery Flashcard Collection: 🤍 - 🫁 Anatomy Flashcard Collection: 🤍 Chapters: - Introduction 00:00 - Assessment of visual acuity 00:30 - Assessment of near vision 01:47 - Visual field assessment 02:13 - Pupillary reflexes 02:50 - Assessment of eye movements 03:49 - Fundoscopy 04:15 - Summary of findings and further investigations 05:20 - Credits 05:44 Subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to know about our latest content: 🤍 ✉️ Join the Geeky Medics community: 👩👩👧👧 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Always adhere to your medical school/local hospital guidelines when performing examinations or clinical procedures. DO NOT perform any examination or procedure on patients based purely upon the content of these videos. Geeky Medics accepts no liability for loss of any kind incurred as a result of reliance upon the information provided in this video. Some people have found this video useful for ASMR purposes.
This week's ASMR video is an eye exam! Christian's eye exam was so detailed and precise and I really hope you all enjoy watching it! So much was checked in this session including my vision, eye health, peripheral vision, retinal photographs and even my general health! I really hope this video can work as both an educational tool and also a tool for relaxation! 👁Details are as follows:👁 Website: 🤍 Location: 60 Main Street, Kibworth Harcourt, Leicester, LE8 0NQ Treatment: Comprehensive eye exam Email: christian🤍consultingoptometrist.co.uk If you’d like to support my work, please consider donating to my Ko-fi! (🤍 Any amount is much appreciated! ❤️ ‼️All of my unintentional ASMR content is footage of real sessions and experiences I have had in London or in other parts of the UK. I upload these real person ASMR sessions with the intention to help people destress, relax and learn‼️ #asmr #asmreyeexam #medicalasmr #unintentionalasmr #asmrbeauty
Ophthalmoscopy - Eye Clinical Examination - OSCE - Dr Gill Direct Ophthalmoscopy use of the eyes is a very challenging clinical skill, incorporating both the examiner's knowledge of the retina, but also understanding the use of the ophthalmoscope In this clinical skills tutorial, we look at the use of the direct ophthalmoscope as part of an ophthalmic examination it should be noted that in the ideal circumstances, the room lights will be dimmed during the examination, and dilating eye drops used to improve the visualisation of the fundus Some people may notice an ASMR effect from this clinical examination #DrGill #Ophthalmoscopy #ClinicalSkills #EyeExam
[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER 1: As a primary care physician, emergency physician, nurse practitioner, or allied health professional, it is important that you be able to perform an appropriate ocular examination. This exam is essential not only to screen for primary ocular disease, but for detecting ocular signs and symptoms of systemic disease as well. This video has been designed specifically for the non-ophthalmologist. Your guide is Dr. Mansoor Movaghar of Dean Medical Center in Madison, Wisconsin. MANSOOR MOVAGHAR: It's our goal to give you the basic framework for the ocular examination of an adult or child. After practicing the techniques, you should be able to take a basic ocular history, perform the basic ocular examination, recognize the signs and symptoms of eye pathology, and know when to refer patients to an ophthalmologist. SPEAKER 1: We will begin with a quick review of basic eye anatomy. The white of the eye is the sclera, which is covered by conjunctiva, a thin, membranous structure. The colored portion of the eye is the iris. The central dark area is the pupil, which is the aperture of the iris and allows light to enter the eye. The clear covering of the iris and pupil is the cornea. The cornea has many pain fibers and is extremely sensitive to even minor injury. The eyelids offer protection to the eye. The lower eyelid is normally positioned at the limbus, the site where the sclera and cornea merge, while the upper lid is typically a millimeter below the upper limbus. Let's look at the eye in cross-section now. The space between the cornea and iris is the anterior chamber, which is filled with aqueous humor, the clear fluid which circulates throughout the front of the eye. The crystalline lens is behind the iris and helps to focus the light onto the retina. Moving posteriorly, there is the vitreous cavity, which is filled with a gel-like material, the vitreous. The retina lines the inner surface of the posterior portion of the eye. Here is the optic nerve. The globe is encased in a bony structure called the orbit. Six extraocular muscles attach to the globe and one to the upper lid. MANSOOR MOVAGHAR: We will begin with taking the patient's history. [MUSIC PLAYING] ... ...When checking the vision in an infant or a child unable to cooperate for formal acuity testing, your goal is to determine if the vision is equal between the two eyes or if there appears to be a visual preference. Small, silent toys are effective fixation targets. Observe the patient first with both eyes open, then with one eye at a time occluded to determine whether the patient fixates on a stationary target and then follows a moving target. As the child follows the object, look to see if the fixation is central. That is, does the eye look directly at the target? Does the child hold fixation better with one eye than the other? If there is a strong objection to occlusion of one eye but not the other, this may indicate that the vision is unequal. Also look for nystagmus in one or both eyes. MANSOOR MOVAGHAR: When examining the pupils in young children, you will want a dimly lit exam room. Begin by looking at the red reflex in both eyes simultaneously, using the direct ophthalmoscope, as mentioned earlier. Any abnormality or asymmetry of the red reflex should be referred immediately to an ophthalmologist to evaluate for possible cataract, retinoblastoma, or other serious intraocular disease. SPEAKER 1: In infants below one year of age, the possibility of toxicity from the drops is a serious concern. Cyclomidral eye drops have a reduced concentration of medication, specifically designed for infants. Proceed with caution when dilating infants. In children over one year of age, one drop of tropicamide 1% or phenylephrine 2.5% in each eye should provide adequate dilation for examination. For young children, it may help to have the parent hold the child. If you have a nurse or technician available to administer the drops, this may make the child less fearful of the physician. To help reduce side effects in infants and small children, press a finger over the medial canthus to occlude the punctum. This helps reduce systemic absorption through the nasolacrimal duct. MANSOOR MOVAGHAR: Thank you for taking time to watch this video on the essentials of the eye exam. With sufficient practice of the techniques covered here, we are confident that you'll be able to perform an excellent basic ocular exam on an adult or child. More detailed information regarding selected topics [MUSIC PLAYING] can be obtained either in video or book format from the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
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Today's ASMR video is an eye exam (this session was free and I highly recommend trying it out if you need your eyes tested and are in Central London!) This eye exam was so interesting and I learnt a lot about what the numbers used for eye sights actually meant! There was also this cool VR headset used for the peripheral vision test which was actually kind of fun! I really hope this video can work as both an educational tool and also a tool for relaxation! Thank you to all of the staff who were kind enough to let me film this video! 👁Details are as follows:👁 Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍bloobloom Email: kishan.pancholi🤍bloobloom.com Location: 27 Marylebone High Street, London W1U 4PH Treatment: eye test If you’d like to support my work, please consider donating to my Ko-fi! (🤍 Any amount is much appreciated! ❤️ ‼️All of my unintentional ASMR content is footage of real sessions and experiences I have had in London or in other parts of the UK. I upload these real person ASMR sessions with the intention to help people destress, relax and learn‼️ #asmr #asmreyeexam #medicalasmr #unintentionalasmr #asmrbeauty
In this video we go over basic eye exam so patients can understand what their eye doctor is looking at when they examine their eyes. If you’ve had an eye exam and are wondering what all of the different eye tests mean this video may be enlightening.
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This week's ASMR video is an eye test at Clamp optometrists in Cambridge. I am so grateful to all of the lovely staff who took care of me and let me film! 👁 As always this video is not sponsored. I am uploading it with the hope that it helps people relax after a hard days work or school.✨ 👀Treatment Details are as follows:👀 Clinic: Clamp optometrists Location: 7 St. Andrew's Street, Cambridge, CB2 3AX Website: 🤍 Treatment: 🤍 I pay for all treatments with my own money, this is not sponsored. If you’d like to support my work, please consider donating to my Ko-fi! (🤍 Any amount is much appreciated! ❤️ ‼️All of my content is footage of real sessions and experiences I have had in London or in other parts of the UK. I upload these sessions with the intention to help people destress, relax and learn‼️ #asmr #unintentionalasmr #medicalasmr #asmrbeauty Time stamps: Preview: 0:00 - 1:42 Video: 1:43 - 42:20
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This week's ASMR video is an eye test! As always this video is not sponsored and I paid for all of this with my own money. I am uploading it with the hope that it helps people relax after a hard days work or school.✨ 💕Treatment Details are as follows:💕 Location: the eye place fitzrovia Website: 🤍 Treatment: The advanced eye exam Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 I pay for all treatments with my own money, this is not sponsored. If you’d like to support my work, please consider donating to my Ko-fi! (🤍 Any amount is much appreciated! ❤️ ‼️All of my content is footage of real sessions and experiences I have had in London or in other parts of the UK. I upload these sessions with the intention to help people destress, relax and learn‼️ #asmr #asmreyeexam #medicalasmr #asmrbeauty
Dilated eye exam; Exam of the retina (the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye), macula (the part of the retina needed for sharp, central vision) and optic nerve (which connects the retina to the brain). Vea la versión de este video en español aquí: 🤍 Version of this video with audio description: 🤍 As part of the federal government’s National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Eye Institute’s mission is to “eliminate vision loss and improve quality of life through vision research.” Learn more about NEI at 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
Try more fun EYE TESTS! 🤍 🤍 A fun and free "eye test" exercise designed to test how good your eyes are. An eye doctor right on your computer. Stand about 10ft (or 3meters) away from a normal sized laptop. Cover each eye separately and read the letters. Let's see how you do! Do you need glasses... How aware are you...? Test your eyesight and see if you really need glasses. You may even hypnotize yourself. This is a fun and easy online eye exam and eye test. It is not a substitute for going to the eye doctor.
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We've just released a collection of 500+ OSCE Stations! 🙌 🤍 This narrated OSCE guide provides a quick demonstration of how to perform fundoscopy and visualise the fundus. The video contains some excellent footage of how the fundus appears when you visualise it using direct ophthalmoscopy so that you know what to expect when you try it yourself. We've also put together a free in-depth written guide to accompany the video here: 🤍 The video has been developed and narrated by Dr Andrew Blaikie, a Consultant Ophthalmologist. Check out our other awesome clinical skills resources including: - 📱Geeky Medics OSCE App: 🤍 - 📝 150+ OSCE Checklists (PDF): 🤍 - 🗂️ 2000+ OSCE Flashcards: 🤍 - ❓Over 3000 Free MCQs: 🤍 - 🩺 Medical Finals Question Pack: 🤍 - 💊 PSA Question Pack: 🤍 - 🏥 Medicine Flashcard Collection: 🤍 - 🔪 Surgery Flashcard Collection: 🤍 - 🫁 Anatomy Flashcard Collection: 🤍 Subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to know about our latest content: 🤍 ✉️ Join the Geeky Medics community: 👩👩👧👧 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Always adhere to your medical school/local hospital guidelines when performing examinations or clinical procedures. DO NOT perform any examination or procedure on patients based purely upon the content of these videos. Geeky Medics accepts no liability for loss of any kind incurred as a result of reliance upon the information provided in this video. Some people have found this video useful for ASMR purposes.
Dr. Allen shares 7 Eye Exam Tips to help you have a better eye examination! Do you wear eyeglasses already? Check out our Glasses LifeHacks and Tips: 🤍 If you are heading in for your eye exam, it can often be overwhelming and many people stress out about the eye and vision test. In this video, Dr. Allen shares 7 tips to help you prepare for your eye test. If you are going in for your first eye exam, the overall important thing is to not stress about it and try to relax. Some people will try very hard to cheat and perform better on their vision testing but this can often work against them, making the test take longer and resulting in people second guessing themselves. The eye exam for glasses (called a refraction) is often a major source of concern for people. The best tip I can give you is to try not to split hairs over the options. If the two lens options are tough to tell the difference, then tell your eye doctor or whoever is performing the procedure know that the two options look the same. This is in fact a favorable result. If your eye doctor needs to show you more options to fine tune your glasses prescription, they will do so. 🔔 Subscribe for more free eye health education and tips: 🤍 FIND AN EYE DOCTOR NEAR YOU! 🤍 💡 Videos for frequently asked questions: What is 20/20 Vision? 🤍 Glasses Cleaning Hacks: 🤍 How to get rid of Eye Strain: 🤍 Best Eye Drops for Dry Eyes and Red Eyes 🤍 ✅ Recommended playlists: Buying New Eyeglasses? Let us help you with our FREE Guide! 🤍 New to Contacts? Check out Contact Lenses for Beginners: 🤍 Dry Eye Tips!! What Causes Dry eyes and Dry Eye Treatments! 🤍 Let’s Connect! Dr. Allen on Social Media: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Want to stay up to date on eye health science & vision products? 📧Sign up for our newsletter! 🤍 Website: 🤍 (send me stuff to open on camera): 1239 2nd St N # 741, Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 ⚡ Doctor Allen is now scheduling new patients at 🤍 For Collaborations please email me: DoctorEyeHealth🤍gmail.com Timestamps: 0:00 Eye Exam Tips 0:30 How to take the vision test 1:04 The Better 1 or 2 test 1:56 The Eye Pressure Test 2:38 Medical and Vision Insurance Cards 2:59 Your Medication List 3:26 Glasses and Contact Lens Prescription 4:09 Dilated Eye Exam -Cameras and Gear Used To Shoot This Video - 🤍kit.co/doctoreyehealth MEDICAL ADVICE DISCLAIMER: All content in this video and description including: information, opinions, content, references and links is for informational purposes only. The Author does not provide any medical advice on the Site. Accessing, viewing, reading or otherwise using this content does NOT create a physician-patient relationship between you and it’s author. Providing personal or medical information to the Principal author does not create a physician-patient relationship between you and the Principal author or authors. Nothing contained in this video or it’s description is intended to establish a physician-patient relationship, to replace the services of a trained physician or health care professional, or otherwise to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You should consult a licensed physician or appropriately-credentialed health care worker in your community in all matters relating to your health. About this video: Have you had an eye test this year? If you are heading in for your eye exam, it can often be overwhelming and many people stress out about the eye and vision test. In this video, Dr. Allen shares 7 tips to help you prepare for your eye test. #eyeexamtips #eyeexam #doctoreyehealth
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🤍 This video lecture demonstrates some of the difficulties we have examining children in the optometry or ophthalmology clinic. Kids can be challenging, and different exam techniques for vision checking, pressure, and ocular movements become necessary. For more video lectures like this one, please visit OphthoBook.com
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Watch this video when you're in the mood for lots of eye attention triggers! I've done a lot of fast videos that are shorter in length so for this video I wanted to do more of a comprehensive eye exam but still maintain a fast pace for those of you that enjoy it! Includes a variety of light triggers, glove sounds, up close personal attention, peripheral vision tests, focus triggers, vision tests & more :) I hope you enjoy 🤍 Goodnight! x ~ Abby ⚡️ Light warning: This video contains bright and flashing lights Instagram ▷ 🤍 TikTok ▷ 🤍 Business Inquiries ▷ abbyasmr.contact🤍gmail.com Upload Schedule: Every Sunday & sometimes midweek too :) If you'd like to further support me, you can click the 'Thanks' button to provide a tip and have your comment highlighted! It's very much appreciated! 📸 What I use to film: Camera: Canon EOS M50 Mark II Microphone: Blue Yeti USB Microphone Lighting: Neewer 10.6 Inch Dimmable Round LED Panel Light (set of 2) Have a suggestion or feedback? Let me know in a comment down below! What is ASMR? “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response” The relaxing static-like ‘brain tingles’ experienced by some people at the back of the head or down the spine in response to specific visual or audio triggers. ASMR content is commonly used to help with stress relief, relaxation, anxiety, and sleep. Thank you ❤︎ Whether you've been watching for a while or only just arrived, you're so welcome here and I truly appreciate your support. I hope I can help promote a state of physical and mental well-being, you deserve it!✨
A detailed unpredictable cranial nerve exam for you tonight. Relaxing eye tests, hearing exam, sensory tests and more. Using lights, gloves, whispering throughout the video. Perfect for sleep and relaxation! 💗 Wishlist💗 ► 🤍 💗 Donate 💗 ► Buy me a Ko-fi : 🤍 ► My favourite charity: 🤍 ► Paypal: 🤍 ► Bitcoin: 1JeRcYHSoJJxFGNLinw9BdrEAzQxKFBviF 💗𝗦 𝗢 𝗖 𝗜 𝗔 𝗟 𝗠 𝗘 𝗗 𝗜 𝗔💗 🎧 Spotify 🤍 💌 Facebook: 🤍 🐦Twitter: 🤍 📱 Instagram: 🤍 🦋Patreon: 🤍 (Discord rewards etc.) 🦋Second Channel: 🤍 💗Crypto donations💗 ► BTC: 15QkA2eU3SCM27P5S4jFADcAcmiCYmmMf2 ► ETH ERC20: 0x8e4d233ed734889004ad878ab30f0e219646a81c ► LTC: LgKwn4kJQWCAWZ73yecb8VqrrLAVrG8JbF ► DOGE: DQb1o5eh9MShr5HE6856F7HaEPTMCkuS4p
This presentation is part of a larger series of lectures that have been identified as core ophthalmic knowledge for all graduating medical students and primary care practitioners. These presentations can be found on the American Academy of Ophthalmology website at 🤍 along with related interactive cases.
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