COPE Course # 47031-GL / COPE Event # 109976
3 CE credit available.
Instructor: Pinakin Gunvant Davey OD, PhD, FAAO, Professor, College of Optometry, Western University of Health Sciences
This 3 hour course will discuss the principles, procedures and interpretation of the mandatory and auxiliary testing performed clinically to adequately manage individuals at risk of glaucoma
After completion of this course the participants should be able to:
1) Describe and understand the difference in technology behind various pachymeters, anterior segment OCT, tonometers and blood flow analyzers.
2) Describe and understand the use of the parameters output by pachymeters, anterior segment OCT, tonometers and blood flow analyzers in management of individuals at risk of glaucoma .
3) Understand the subtle differences in technology and how it alters values obtained by various pachymeters, tonometers and blood flow analyzers.
4) Comparison of data obtained by anterior segment OCT and gonioscopy.
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