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Practical Exam Review

Continuing Education Credits:

  • 2.00 ABO Credits
  • 2.00 NCLE Credits

Teaching Methods:

  • Hands-on Review
  • Use of Instrumentation

Review Description:

This review concentrates on complete verification of spectacles and contact lenses, interpretation of  fluorescein patterns of fitted rigid contact lenses, and recognition of ocular conditions and pathology.

Examination Topics Covered:

  • Verification of contact lens types: spherical, front toric, bi-toric.
  • Keratometry: verification and proper recording of K readings.
  • Recognition, demonstration, and commonality of different slit-lamp illuminations.
  • Ocular pathology and other problems related to contact lens wear such as vascularity, edema, ulcer, keratitis, conjunctivitis, GPC, keratoconus, and dimple veiling.
  • Identification of contact lens fitting: fluorescein patterns, staining, adverse reactions to contact lenses.
  • Use of distometer and pupilometer.
  • How to correctly verify  bifocal, trifocal and progressive spectacle lenses.
  • How to verify prism in spectacles
  • Other aspects related to complete verification of spectacles.
  • How to tell a bi- toric rigid contact lens from a back toric contact lens.
  • How to tell a front toric rigid contact lens from a spherical rigid contact lens and/or bi-toric  or back toric rigid contact lens.
  • An "actual" practical examination sheet.
  • Important practical test taking techniques.
 
   
   

Stewart Optical Education Services

Practical Exam Review

Continuing Education Credits:

  • 6.00 JCAHPO (A) Credits
  • 6.00 AOC Credits
  • 2.00 ABO Credits
  • 2.00 NCLE Credits

Teaching Methods:

  • Hands-on Review
  • Use of Instrumentation

Review Description:

This review concentrates on complete verification of spectacles and contact lenses, interpretation of  fluorescein patterns of fitted rigid contact lenses, and recognition of ocular conditions and pathology.

Examination Topics Covered:

  • Verification of contact lens types: spherical, front toric, bi-toric.
  • Keratometry: verification and proper recording of K readings.
  • Recognition, demonstration, and commonality of different slit-lamp illuminations.
  • Ocular pathology and other problems related to contact lens wear such as vascularity, edema, ulcer, keratitis, conjunctivitis, GPC, keratoconus, and dimple veiling.
  • Identification of contact lens fitting: fluorescein patterns, staining, adverse reactions to contact lenses.
  • Use of distometer and pupilometer.
  • How to correctly verify  bifocal, trifocal and progressive spectacle lenses.
  • How to verify prism in spectacles
  • Other aspects related to complete verification of spectacles.
  • How to tell a bi- toric rigid contact lens from a back toric contact lens.
  • How to tell a front toric rigid contact lens from a spherical rigid contact lens and/or bi-toric  or back toric rigid contact lens.
  • An "actual" practical examination sheet.
  • Important practical test taking techniques.

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360-668-5228

425-760-4819

360-668-4120

stewartoptical@yahoo.com

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