Managing Anterior Segment Trauma
This course covers the diagnosis and management of many different types of anterior segment trauma. The proper assessment and care of conditions such as hyphema, chemical burns, corneal abrasions, foreign bodies, orbital blow out fractures, traumatic iritis, and corneal lacerations are discussed.
Bradley Sutton, O.D., F.A.A.O., Clinical Professor, Indiana University School of Optometry.
Dr. Brad Sutton is a Clinical Professor at the Indiana University School of Optometry and is the Chief of Service at the Indianapolis Eye Care Center. Dr. Sutton‘s main areas of clinical interest include ocular disease and surgical co-management. He has given approximately 300 continuing education lectures on topics related to ocular disease at the local, state, national, and international level, and has published extensively. Dr. Sutton was named the Young Optometrist of the Year for the state of Tennessee in 1997-1998 and received the same award (President‘s Citation) for the state of Indiana in 2001. He is also currently the President of the Optometric Retina Society.
This course qualifies for 1 hour of IOB and Legend Drug Certificate credit.
IOA Members: $ 25.00
Non-Members: $ 30.00
Course Instructions/Course Access/Test Access
1. Accessing Course: CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE COURSE. You must pay the course fee (see the link below) and receive a score of at least seventy percent (70%) on a 10 question test to receive credit for taking this course. This on-line course is in PDF format.
2. Payment/Taking Test for Credit: You must pay for the course in order to take the test. No refunds will be made for online courses. Certificates of Completion for those who pass the examination will be available to download through this website.
3. Retests: You may retake the test if you failed to receive 70% on the test and wish to to be tested again. There is no charge for retests.
If you have problems accessing the course, paying for the course, or accessing the test, please contact Bridget Sims at email@example.com or at 317-237-3560.