Contact Lens Verification and Professional Conduct for CL Practitioners
This article illustrates the key aspects of the verification of contact lenses in practice including instrumentation, techniques required and tolerances. It will also describe the expected standards of professional conduct for practitioners involved in contact lens practice in relation to duty of care to the patient as well as working within the law.
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