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FEATURE ARTICLE One Day at a time Successfully Complete These Questions to the Article on Pages 21–23 to Receive NCLE Credit. name________________________________________________________________ address ______________________________________________________________ city/state/Zip _________________________________________________________ Phone (with area code) _________________________________________________ email ________________________________________________________________ to expedite the process, c.e. credits will be returned via email to those providing email addresses. this article has been submitted for one continuing education credit unit with the national contact lens examiners (ncle). all technical articles that appear in EyeWitness for c.e. credit can also be found at the clsa University at www.clsa.info. Online, CLsA members can complete these courses for FrEE, and nonmembers pay just $18 per course. completed c.e. tests that are faxed or mailed-in to clsa at 441 carlisle Drive, Herndon, Va 20170, fax (703) 437-0727, will carry a $10 processing fee for clsa members, and a $25 fee for nonmembers. credit card: ❑ american express ❑ Discover ❑ mastercard ❑ Visa card number _________________________________________________________ signature ______________________________________ exp. Date _____________ 1. Which is the most common infection associated with contact lens wear? a. acanthamoeba b. Bacterial keratitis c. fungal keratitis d. Pseudomonas 2. Which patient would be least likely to benefit from a one day disposable? a. the avid camper b. the business traveler c. the pediatric aphake d. the busy mom who loses track of time 3. Contact lens cases: a. should never be reused b. should be rinsed with a multi-purpose solution and allowed to air dry c. should be topped off daily d. are rarely the cause of eye infections 4. Fusarium is: a. a form of fungal keratitis b. a multi-purpose solution c. a form of bacterial keratitis d. a form of allergic conjunctivitis 5. What percentage of your patients can you expect to be non-compliant? a. none of them b. 1/3 of them c. 2/3 of them d. all of them 6. A patient having trouble keeping track of time would best be suited to: a. conventional soft lenses b. 2 week disposables c. one month disposables d. one day disposables 7. An inflammation with feathery margins, gray-brown pigmentation and satellite lesions is most likely due to: a. Bacterial infection b. Dendritic ulcer c. fungal keratitis d. foreign body trauma 8. Which of the following rx’s would be the least likely to succeed in one day disposable lenses? a. -0.25-1.25 @ 060 add +1.50 b. +1.25+0.25 @ 080 c. -2.00-0.50 @ 045 add +1.00 d. -4.00-1.25 @ 178 9. if should your contact lens patient presents with severe pain and a ring ulcer, you should suspect: a. that he slept in his lenses b. He inadvertently inserted his lenses with peroxide c. He is having an allergic response d. He has worn his contact lenses around a water source 10. “topping off” is a term that refers to: a. refilling the contact lens case without disposing of the previous solution b. Putting a one day lens over a rigid lens to play sports c. adding a rewet drop to the wear regimen d. wearing reading glasses over top of distance only contacts 11. Which regions worldwide are the leaders in fitting the one day lens modality? a. United states and canada b. europe and asia c. australia and new Zealand d. south america and the carribean 12. Fungal infections that would be common in colder, drier climates are: a. fusarium and candida b. aspergillus and acanthamoeba c. aspergillus and candida d. candida and Pseudomonas 13. What would be the least likely reason for fitting a patient in a one day lens? a. cost b. convenience c. allergies d. Hygiene 14. One day lens wear removes the worry of bacterial exposure from: a. the lens case b. improper hand washing c. showereing in contact lenses d. sleeping in lenses 15. A contact lens wearer who swims in contact lenses is at risk for? a. fungal keratitis b. ancanthamoeba keratitis c. fusarium d. candida please record Answers Below by filling in appropriate circle 24 w w w. c l s a . i n f o | c o n ta c t l e n s s o c i e t y o f a m e r i c a | EyEWitnEss spring 2011 http://www.clsa.info http://www.clsa.info http://WWW.CLSA.INFO

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