ONLINE Recording of webinar 1 - 4 of our best Case Studies from our online Certificate Courses (T)
Available from: 8/02/2019
Where to publish: www.acocore.com.au
Provider: Australian College of Optometry
Contact: Liz Salvatore, [E] firstname.lastname@example.org, [P] 03 9349 7477
- List the clinical criteria that should be considered when prescribing a mini-scleral contact lens for a patient who has undergone a keratoplasty or when evaluating the fit of a mini-scleral contact lens on a corneal graft.
- Understand the increased risks of cataract surgery for OAG patients, the contraindications of various glaucoma medications and the possible complications of ocular allergy on glaucoma therapy.
- Explain the steps that should be taken to further investigate any disparity between visual field and optic nerve appearance or a lack of documented progresssion in a glaucoma patient.
- Understand the epidemiology, aetiology, complications of myopia and the relative efficacy of each intervention to slow the progresson of the condition in children.
Max points awarded: 2.00
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