Update On Glaucoma

Update on Glaucoma

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Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide, with approximately 300,000 persons in Australians with glaucoma, and an estimate that 50% of people with glaucoma in Australia are undiagnosed. Glaucoma can cause blindness if it is left untreated.
Therefore, early detection is crucial as glaucoma treatment can save remaining vision. Intraocular pressure (IOP) is one of the most important risk factors for the development and progression of glaucoma, and one of the few risk factors that are treatable. However, intervention is sometimes associated with significant side effects. Therefore, it is critical to appropriately target candidates for intervention.
This activity is an educational presentation recorded for online viewing, to provide information for GPs on glaucoma, its treatments and possible side effects, and practical implications such assessment of a patients’ fitness to drive.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  1. Describe the general presentation of glaucoma and the relevance of intraocular pressure
  2. Outline the treatments and possible side effects of glaucoma treatment that GPs need to be alert to.
  3. List the requirements for patients’ fitness to drive
Update on Glaucoma
  • Presenter(s):Jennifer Gaskin
  • Host:The Royal Victorian Eye And Ear Hospital
  • Duration:45.27 min
  • Activity ID:141030
  • QI&CPD Points:2
  • Provider:Lateral Connections

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