Skin and subcutaneous layer. Source : Peate et al. ( ). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & Sons.
Visual pathways and visual fields.
Examples of interdental cleaning products. (a) Disposable flosser. (b) Interdental brush. (c) Dental floss.
The WHO analgesic ladder.
Points used to treat migraines/headaches.
Distribution of dermatomes. Source : Tortora and Derrickson ( ). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & Sons.
Example of sterile equipment tray for abdominal paracentesis.
Oral assessment using a torch, spatula and gauze.
Horizontal section through the eyeball at the level of the optic nerve. Optic axis and axis of eyeball are included.
Internal structure of the ear. Source : Tortora and Derrickson ( ). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & Sons.
Processing of sensory input and motor output by the spinal cord. Source : Tortora and Derrickson ( ). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & So...
Acupuncture treatment record chart. Source : Adapted from BMAS ( ).
Entonox cylinder and hose.
Irrigation of the eye from inner to outer canthus.
Interdental cleaning using dental floss.
The anterior cavity in front of the lens is incompletely divided into anterior chamber (anterior to iris) and posterior chamber (behind iris), which a...
Structures of the mouth (the oral cavity). Source : Peate et al. ( ). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & Sons.
The pain pathway showing key sites for particular analgesic interventions.
A point used for acupuncture.
Gross anatomy of the spinal cord. (a) Anterior view and transverse section through spinal cord. (b) Transverse section of the spinal cord within a cer...
Patient using Entonox demand valve.
Removing hard contact lenses.
Foam handle to assist with holding a toothbrush.
Body diagram used for pain assessment.
A point used for pain relief.
Branches of a typical spinal nerve, shown in cross‐section through the thoracic portion of the spinal cord: transverse section. Source : Tortora and ...
Peritoneum of female in lateral view.
(a) Moving a soft lens down the interior part of the sclera. (b) Removing a soft lens by pinching it between the pads of the thumb and index finger.