A Clinician’s Guide to Nystagmus Recorded Webinar
Nystagmus affects 0.24% of the population, yet it is a very poorly understood condition. Optometrists regularly encounter patients with the condition in practice, especially in the low vision setting. Knowing how to modify routines appropriately, as well as how to classify and potentially refer patients for treatment, helps maintain high clinical standards.
This lecture provides an up-to-date optometrist’s guide to nystagmus, covering diagnosis, classification, and how to modify a standard routine. Currently available treatments will be discussed.
This webinar was part of our Free Webinar Series 2020. Watching the recording and completing the test is worth 1 CET point.
PRIVACY NOTICE: By completing this free CET course you agree that we will pass your name and email address to the Nystagmus Network who may send you further information on their services.
CET Points: 1
CETpoints.com credits: Free
Expiry Date: 31/12/2021
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