Making the Invisible Visible - Demonstrating UV Protection to Patients

1. Some UV transmits to our skin and eyes through side car windows and:
2. The UV protection gap is comprised of this wavelength range:
3. What percentage of the UVR incident on the earth's surface is between 380 nm and 400 nm?
4. The name of the screening tool that shows the patient the amount of UV exposure to the eye in standard clear lenses is:
5. UV radiation is:
6. The buzzword in consumer science is experience or more precisely it's:
7. Polycarbonate provided UV protection up to:
8. The World Health Organization and other scientific bodies define UVR as going up to:
9. The current optical industry standard for a lens to claim 100% UV protection leaves a gap in UV protection because it only protects up to:
10. Zeiss is a ____% Foundation owned company with 25 R&D centers globally.
11. Only two parts of our body are vulnerable to UV damage:
12. A child's retina is more vulnerable to UV damage because:
13. Practices that use digital interactivity in tools to inform and engage the consumer realize:
14. ZEISS UVProtect technology lenses bridge the UV protection gap by extending the level of UV protection in all their clear lenses to:
15. Excess UV exposure results in photo-oxidative damage to the skin and the eye this damage is induced by a:
16. The C-UVProtect screening tool display screen can show a side by side image of a clear lens with 380 nm protection and a UVProtect lens with ____ nm protection.
17. Which of the following is NOT true?
18. UVR exposure is strongly linked to changes in the crystalline lens that lead to:
19. The highest energy photons that reach and are absorbed by the young retina are:
20. Most of us are aware of UV damage to the skin but are woefully uninformed about UV damage to the eye's because:
Evaluation Questions
21. How would you rate the content of this course?
22. Rate how well this course explained the UV protection gap in ophthalmic lenses.
23. Rate how well this course explained UV radiation impact on the eye.
24. Rate how well this course provided fact-based data on UV effects on the eye.
25. Rate how well this course explained the newest clear ophthalmic lens solutions to address the UV protection gap.
26. Rate how well this course explained the effectiveness of demonstrating UV protection with the ZEISS C-UVProtect screening tool.
27. How helpful is this information when recommending lenses for patients