Weekly recap Questions of the Day. Week of July 4-8.

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Question of the Day #379

I work in community practice and often see patients with cataract in one or both eyes and sometimes patients with posterior capsular thickening after having had a cataract removed. I refer them to an ophthalmologist for treatment but am not sure if I should prescribe them new glasses before referring so they can have the best possible visual acuity when waiting for the appointment. What should I do?


Question of the Day #380

I work in community practice as an eye care practitioner. I’ve noticed recently that several patients have returned complaining of problems with their glasses. Some have had incorrect prescriptions and others have had a poor frame choice and others lens measurement errors. This has cost a lot of time and money to fix and has affected the reputation of the practice. Do you have any tips as to how this can be avoided?



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  • Jul 12, 2022
  • 08:50 AM