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Instructions following eye surgery  
Abstract: Provides instructions for care following eye surgery. Topics include application of eye drops or ointments, symptoms to report, and site care.
Author: Eye Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 1995
Revised Date: 9/2005
After your ERG  
Abstract: This larger-print brochure reviews eye care and symptoms to watch for after having an ERG (electroretinogram) test. Included is advice to call the doctor if symptoms of a corneal abrasion are present.
Author: EEG/Evoked Potential Lab
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 1998
Revised Date: 11/2009
After your eye surgery: Care instructions  
Abstract: This handout explains care instructions to follow after eye surgery, including steps for putting in eye drops or ointment, tips to assist healing, and when to call the doctor or nurse, if needed.
Author: Ambulatory Surgery Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2008
Revised Date: 4/2008
Electro-oculogram (EOG)  
Abstract: This handout explains the electrooculogram (EOG), a test that measures the electrical charge across the eye and how it changes in darkness and in light. It includes how to prepare, how the test works, and what to expect afterward. A map to the EEG/Evoked Potential Lab is also included.
Author: Neurodiagnostics
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 1998
Revised Date: 3/2016
Eyelid surgery blepharoplasty: what to expect and how to prepare for your eyelid operation  
Abstract: This brochure outlines what to expect, how to prepare and how to plan for recovery from blephoroplasty, also called eyelid surgery.
Author: Surgical Specialties Center/Surgical Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 1997
Revised Date: 12/2009
Full field electroretinogram (FF-ERG): What you need to know  
Abstract: This handout explains a full field electroretinogram, a test that looks at how your retina responds to a flashes of white and colored lights. It includes how to prepare, how the test works, and what to expect afterward. A map to the EEG/Evoked Potential Lab is also included.
Author: EEG/Evoked Potential Lab
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2012
Revised Date: 1/2016
Multi-focal electroretinogram (MF-ERG): What you need to know  
Abstract: This handout explains a multi-focal electroretinogram, a test that looks at how your retina responds to a flickering patterns of black and white shapes. It includes how to prepare, how the test works, and what to expect afterward. A map to the EEG/Evoked Potential Lab is also included.
Author: Neurodiagnostics
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2012
Revised Date: 5/2012

 
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