Clinical Ocular Grand Rounds Course # 40013

Instructor:

Blair Lonsberry OD FAAO

Section:

Systemic Disease

COPE Course ID:

38145 SD

Expiration Date:

June 13, 2016

Qualified Credits:

Course has expired


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Critical to clinicians is the ability to diagnose and manage unique and interesting presentations of typical ocular conditions, or to be able to diagnose a previously un-encountered condition. The following course will present patient cases with unique presentations of ocular conditions, including special testing. The course will focus on the ability of the clinician to analyze and interpret the unique case presentation and provide appropriate management and treatment options.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Assess a patient experiencing a vascular occlusion event incorporating the latest in diagnostic equipment, such as OCT, and how this technology helps in diagnosis and management
  • Recognize the signs and symptoms of a patient experiencing a neurological complication and utilizing the appropriate diagnostic testing be able to educate the patient on any appropriate referrals, treatment/management and prognosis
  • Assess a patient for potential hydroxychloroquine toxicity utilizing the latest screening criteria and what specifically to evaluate when utilizing the latest diagnostic equipment, such as OCT

STEPS TO TAKE COURSE:

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Upon completion and payment you will be issued a certificate.
Please send any questions or comments to kundart@pacificu.edu.

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