Description:

This hands-on workshop will review various facets of assisting an optometric physician with the performance of laser procedures, with a specific focus on YAG capsulotomy and SLT procedures. Many of the principles are applicable to other laser procedures. Stations will include patient education, use of ophthalmic laser lenses, hands-on laser procedures, and post-operative processes. Special attention will be paid to the ways a paraoptometric or technician can assist a doctor in the smooth delivery of these procedures.

Course Code:

AOA251-GO

Speaker(s):

Lindsay Sicks, O.D.
lsicks@ico.edu

Alissa Coyne, O.D.
acoyne@salus.edu

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

6/17/2025

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