Non-Diabetic Retinal Vascular Disease

This course covers the diagnosis and management of several non-diabetic retinal vascular diseases. An emphasis is placed on systemic associations as well as clinical management. Conditions covered include ocular ischemic syndrome, hypertensive retinopathy, sickle cell retinopathy, Eale’s disease, Coat’s disease, retinal artery occlusions, retinal vein occlusions, and others.

Course learning objectives:

  • To become comfortable with the diagnosis and management of sickle cell retinopathy
  • To become comfortable with the diagnosis and management of Eale’s disease
  • To become comfortable with the diagnosis and management of Coat’s disease
  • To become comfortable with the diagnosis and management of hypertensive retinopathy
  • To become comfortable with the diagnosis and management of retinal artery occlusions
  • To become comfortable with the diagnosis and management of retinal vein occlusions

Bradley Sutton, O.D., F.A.A.O., Clinical Professor, Indiana University School of Optometry.

This course qualifies for 2 hours of IOB and Legend Drug Certificate credit.

Course Fee
IOA Members:  $ 50.00
Non-Members:  $ 60.00

Course Instructions/Course Access/Test Access 
1.  Accessing Course:  CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE COURSE.  You must pay the course fee (see the link below) and receive a score of at least seventy percent (70%) on a 20 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 for download through this website.

CLICK HERE TO PAY AND TAKE THE TEST

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 blsims@ioa.org or at 317-237-3560.