Description:

This course will review 10 of the most concerning ocular urgencies optometrists are likely toencounter at some point in their careers. This course will stress the importance of properlyequipping the office to properly handle urgent ocular situations, including triage guidelines.Diagnostic and therapeutic pearls will be provided and case presentations will aide in the discussion.

Course Code:

AOA121-GO

Speaker(s):

Richard Mangan, O.D.
richard.mangan@cuanschutz.edu

James Fanelli, O.D.
FANELEYE@AOL.COM

Leonid Skorin, O.D., D.O.
eyedoc10@charter.net

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

3/30/2024

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