Optometrists, through their clinical education, training, experience, and broad geographic distribution, have the means to provide effective primary eye and vision care for a significant portion of the American public and are often the first health care practitioners to examine and diagnose patients with cataracts. This Optometric Clinical Practice Guideline for the Care of the Adult Patient with Cataract describes appropriate examination and treatment procedures to reduce the risk of visual disability from cataract. It contains recommendations for timely diagnosis, treatment, and, when necessary, referral for consultation with or treatment by another health care provider...
Cynthia A. Murrill, OD, MPH; David L. Stanfield, OD, Michael D. Van Brocklin, OD
Company: EastWest Eye Conference
Release Date: Unknown
CE Credits: 2
CE Format: PDF