The growth of new drugs entering the practice of ophthalmology requires both the resident and established ophthalmologist to understand and accurately prescribe the new pharmacologic armamentarium. This excellent handbook Drugs in Ophthalmology contains drug information compiled by experts from the United States (Kaiser Permanente and Jules Stein Eye Institute/ UCLA) and Europe (University of Vienna). It is concise, well-structured and easy to use. With separate sections for antibiotics, antivirals, antifungals, anesthetics and immunosuppressants, it provides following subsections for each drug: Class of the drug, Indications, Dosage, Contraindications, Warnings, Adverse reactions, Drug interactions. Practitioners may want to have multiple copies of the book for easy reference.