Soft Lens Problem Solving-Clinical Issues
Debra Bennett has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. The content and format of this course is presented without commercial bias and does not claim superiority of any commercial product or service.
Soft Lens Problem Solving–Clinical Issues Two significant developments in the field of soft lenses have enormously enhanced the clinician’s available tools for soft lens problem solving: the development of modern disposable lenses and the development of silicone hydrogel lenses. During the 1990s, disposable contact lenses rapidly became the modality of choice for most wearers being fitted for the first time or being refitted with hydrogel lenses. This resulted in changes in the way contact lenses are perceived and cared for by the public, and in the way practitioners manage fittings and many complications.
- Recognize common and advanced problems arising from soft contact lens wear
- Identify how both common and advanced problems present in signs and symptoms
- Recommend positive actions to correct each problem
- Determine preventative measures that can be taken to avoid problems in the first place
There is a 40-question test at the end of the course. A successful passing score of 80% is required on all ABO-NLCE continuing education courses in order to earn the designated number of credits. You will know your grade instantly after completing the course.