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Innovations in Contact Lenses by Jason Miller OD MBA FAAO

Exam Questions

1. According to Mark Ritson, a contact lens patient is how much more profitable than a spectacle only patient?
    A. 40%.
    B. 60%
    C. 80%
    D. 100%
2. Simultaneous multifocal contact lens designs:?
    A. Are dependent on the contact lens' ability to translate in order to achieve their desired effect.
    B. Are only available in GP materials.?
    C. Require some learning by the patient's visual system to focus the clearer image.
    D. Require your pupil to alternate between two distinct power zones.
3. Simultaneous multifocal contact lens designs:?
    A. can cause a “ghosting phenomenon”
    B. may cause starbursting with night time vision d/t pupil dilation
    C. are utilized in multiple manufacturer designs
    D. All of the above
4. Which of the following fitting tips are FALSE??
    A. All multifocal contact lens fitting guides are interchangeable between manufacturers.?
    B. Perform all testing in low lighting conditions.?
    C. Both A and B.?
    D. None of the above.
5. The monovision contact lens fitting technique is:?
    A. Preferred by all patients.?
    B. Preferred by all eye care professionals.
    C. Results in enhanced binocular vision.
    D. Preferred less by patients over multifocal contact lenses.
6. Keys to success with multifocal contact lenses include:?
    A. Setting patient expectations up front.?
    B. Identifying occupational and recreational visual demands.
    C. Education on the fitting process.
    D. All of the above.
7. What is the primary reason patients' wore their lenses longer than recommended?
    A. They forget the day they were supposed to replace them
    B. Lack of time
    C. Their eye care professional said it was ok
    D. They did not feel any pain
8. In 2011, what percent of all contact lens fits were with a monthly disposable lens?
    A. 32%
    B. 46%
    C. 61%
    D. 100%
9. What is the primary reason patients dropped out of contact lens wear?
    A. Discomfort
    B. Age
    C. Presbyopia
    D. Allergies
10. What variables affect the comfort of contact lenses?
    A. the patients ocular surface health
    B. contact lens materials and design
    C. contact lens care systems and compliance
    D. All of the Above

Evaluation Questions

11. The goal statement was achieved:
    A. Very Well
    B. Adequately
    C. Poor
12. The information presented was:
    A. Very Useful
    B. Useful
    C. Not Very Useful
13. The difficulty of the course was:
    A. Complex
    B. Appropriate
    C. Basic
14. Your knowledge of the subject was increased:
    A. Greatly
    B. Somewhat
    C. Hardly
15. The quality of the course was:
    A. Excellent
    B. Fair
    C. Poor

16. Comments on this program:


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