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1

Patients with Recurring Unilateral nongranulomatous idiopathic iritis within one year, you need to

Refer

2

You are treating a patient suffering with ocular allergy with topical steroids and his/her condition has got worse in 21 days, what should you do

Consult

3

You are treating patient with herpes simplex keratitis with anti-virals and condition is not resolved in three weeks, what the next treatment plan

Shall refer to ophthalmologist

4

Recurrence of Episcleritis within one year, needs

Consult

5

Which conditions you shall consult with an ophthalmologist if condition gets worse within 72 hours treating with corticosteroids

1-Unilateral nonrecurrent nongranulomatous idiopathic iritis
2-Episcleritis,
3-Peripheral corneal inflammatory keratitis, excluding Moorens and Terriens diseases,
4-Traumatic iritis,

6

patient's condition with Unilateral nongranulomatous idiopathic iritis, is not resolved within three weeks, what is the next treatment plan?

Consult

7

You are treating patient with herpes simplex keratitis with antiviral and condition is not improved in seven days, what the next treatment plan

Shall refer to ophthalmologist

8

Patient with Iritis still on medication for 6 weeks, you should

Refer

9

You are treating patient with varicella zoster viral keratitis with anti-virals and condition is not resolved in three weeks, what the next treatment plan

Shall refer to ophthalmologist

10

Recurrent peripheral corneal inflammatory keratitis within one year, should be

Consulted with an ophthalmologist

10

You are treating patient with varicella zoster viral keratitis with anti-virals and condition is not improved in seven days, what the next treatment plan

Shall refer to ophthalmologist

11

Patient with non-resolving traumatic iritis is on meds for one week, what is the next treatment plan

Shall be referred

13

These conditions should be referred if not improved within 48 hours

1-central corneal ulcer
2-preseptal cellulitis
3-dacryocystitis

14

Patient with herpes simplex viral conjunctivitis treated with antiviral and condition is not resolved three weeks after diagnosis, what is the next step

Shall refer to ophthalmologist

15

Patient diagnosed with varicella zoster viral dermatitis and was treated with anti-viral, after three weeks, condition is not resolved yet, what is the next treatment plan

Refer to ophthalmologist

16

Patient diagnosed with herpes simplex viral dermatitis and was treated with anti-vitals, after seven days , you noticed that her condition got worse, what is the next treatment plan

Need to consult with an ophthalmologist

17

After seven days of treating patient with herpes simplex viral conjunctivitis, condition got worse, what is the next step

Should consult with an ophthalmologist

18

Patient with varicella zoster viral conjunctivitis, treated with antiviral for three weeks, and condition is not resolving, what is the next treatment plan

Shall refer to ophthalmologist

19

Which inflammatory conditions you can treat if patient is over 18 yrs old

unilateral nongranulomatous idiopathic iritis.

20

You have prescribed Vicodin for ocular pain and pain persist after three days, what should you do

Shall refer to ophthalmologist

21

True/False
ODs can treat infection of the lacrimal gland, the lacrimal drainage system, and the sclera in patients under 12 years of age.

False

22

True/False
ODs can treat surgical related Ocular pain

False

23

True/False
ODs are licensed to treat Glaucoma patients over 18 yrs of age .
All primary open-angle glaucoma. Exfoliation and pigmentary glaucoma.

True

24

ODS are licensed for lacrimal irrigation and dilation, for patients over 12 years of age,excluding .......

probing of the nasal lacrimal tract

25

Direct communication means

Completed communication by telephone, facsimile, or electronic mail.

26

With respect to the practices, optometrists diagnosing or treating eye disease shall be held to the same standard of care to .....

which physicians and surgeons and osteopathic physicians and surgeons are held