Kids, Contacts and Quality of Life
1. Which vision condition is most prevalent in children up to two years of age?
2. In streak retinoscopy, red reflex movement in the same direction of the light indicates the need for
3. Which of the following is used to test the visual acuity of children who are too young to communicate?
4. Which of the following may be used in place of a slit lamp to evaluate the contact lens fit in infants?
5. During the first year of life, corneal curvature
6. When is an infant too young to be evaluated using a hand-held keratometer, which of the following can be used to determine the base curve of the contact lens?
7. When fitting young children with contact lenses, a good approach to the patient is
8. Vision screenings detect what percentage of vision problems?
9. In general, children who wear contact lenses demonstrate an improvement in
10. The minimum age for fitting children with contact lenses is
11. When fitting a child whose parents wear contact lenses
12. Because an infant's vision is primarily at near range, the prescription for contact lenses fit for pediatric aphakia
13. The percentage of children with learning disabilities who also have a vision problem is
14. In the Bruckner test, inferior crescents indicate
15. Which of the following is an alternative to patching in amblyopia?
16. One reason for the increase in pediatric contact lens fits is
17. In the case of aniseikonia, contact lenses
18. The correction for pediatric aphakia when an IOL is contraindicated is
19. What percentage of children ages with myopia are diagnosed between ages 3 and 12?
20. After reviewing the patient's history, the next step in a pediatric vision evaluation is:
21. In questions 21-23 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?
24. How were you directed to this course?
25. Please describe the office in which you work.