Patient safety is a health-care discipline that arose in response to the increasing complexity of health-care systems and the associated increase in patient harm in hospitals. Its goal is to prevent and minimize risks, errors, and harm to patients while providing health care. Delivering high-quality essential health services necessitates patient safety.
The goal of quality improvement is to increase safety, effectiveness, and efficiency. As a result, revamping the healthcare system necessitates the use of specialist methodologies and instruments that have been proven to aid in development. A systematic method by a healthcare institution to monitor, measure, and enhance the standards of excellent healthcare is referred to as quality improvement in healthcare.
Title : Coenzyme Q10 for the protection of lacrimal gland against high-dose radioiodine therapy associated oxidative damage: histopathologic and tissue cytokine level assessments in an animal model
Nihat Yumusak, Department of Pathology, Turkey
Title : Glaucoma tubes and their blebs. a personal reflection on the south african connection to the development of glaucoma tube shunts and their blebs
Jeffrey Freedman, Professor Emeritus SUNY Brooklyn, United States
Title : (Un)avoidable errors in biometry and some ideas how to overcome them
Sibylle Scholtz, Institute of Experimental Ophthalmology, Germany
Title : A comparative assessment of dry eye disease among the farmers and office going people
Jyoti Bala Pandre , Aurobindo Nethralaya, India
Title : Rare and interesting case of choroidal melanoma presenting as a case of a congestive glaucoma left eye in a 55 years old male patient
Gowhar Ahmad, Florence Hospital multi-speciality center chanapora Srinagar Kashmir, India
Title : To evaluate the safety and efficacy of half fluence photodynamic therapy for symptomatic peripapillary circumscribed choroidal hemangiomas (CCHS)
Prabhjot Singh, Armed Forces Medical College, India