James talks to Dr Jay Yohendran about the approach to the management of patients with acute red eye in the emergency department, including the most common causes of red eye.
Script Writer: Duncan Campbell
Summary Writer: Duncan Campbell
Editor: James Edwards
Interviewee: Jay Yohendran
Dr Jay Yohendran is a comprehensive ophthalmologist with a subspecialty interest in glaucoma and refractive cataract surgery. Dr Jay Yohendran graduated with Honours from the University of Sydney Medical School in 2001. Prior to this he completed a Bachelor of Medical Science degree at Sydney University, and later a Masters of Public Health at NSW University. After completing ophthalmology training at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne, Dr Yohendran returned to Sydney to complete his Fellowship in comprehensive ophthalmology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He has also completed a twelve-month Fellowship in Glaucoma at Sydney Eye Hospital. Dr Yohendran has a special interest in refractive cataract surgery, and has completed a Graduate Diploma in Refractive Surgery at Sydney University.
With Dr Jay Yohendran, Ophthalmology VMO at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, New South Wales, Australia
A patient presents to the emergency department with a red eye.
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