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Ostoich Optical

Ostoich Optical

(773) 242-6482

Category: Optical Stores

7447 W Talcott Ave
Chicago,IL 60631

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  • About Ostoich Optical

General Info

Ostoich Optical is the optical center located next to Dougal, McClellan & Sullivan Eye Associates in Chicago, IL. We put these two together to make it convenient for you to get the great eye-site you deserve!



Our main products include:




Contacts


Glasses


Sunglasses


Broken Frame Repair





Our professional staff here coupled with our experienced team of optometrists can help. We accept most insurances and are open 6 days a week. We also have same day service available and a lab on site to get things done quickly.



We look forward to hearing from you soon.



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  • The mechanism of action of Demerol is smooth muscle contraction. It causes contraction of all the visceral smooth muscles like intestinal smooth muscle contraction leading to constipation. In the eye, it causes contraction of the sphincter pupillae. When the muscle contracts due to Demerol, it shortens in length. Thus causing pupillary dilatation.Hope this is clear to you now.

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  • Low vision is a term used to describe a degree of severity of visual loss. People with low vision may receive treatment within a subspecialty of optometry and ophthalmology called "low vision". Or they need devices to help them to see clear. For them, they can ask help from some optical aids like to wearing magnifying glasses. Or they can read large -print cookbooks, large-numbered playing cards, clocks, telephones and watches to achieve what they want to know.

  • The itchy bump sounds like a stye. The antibiotics killed good bacteria making you get a stye. Cover your eyes with mild hot towel and use some eye drops. Generally it will disappear several days later.