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A geriatric patient refers to an individual who is older and is receiving medical care due to the unique health needs associated with aging. While there’s no precise age that marks the transition into geriatric care, it’s commonly understood that geriatric age begins around age 65 years due to the increased prevalence of age-related health conditions and functional decline.

What Will You Learn?

  • Defining the Geriatric Patient
  • Phycological, Physiological and Social Ocular Problems of the Elderly
  • Techniques for Refraction in Geriatric Optometry
  • Binocularity and Ocular Health Assessment for the Elderly, With Involution and Pathological Changes
  • Special Oculo Visual Problems of Concern to the Elderly Patient

Course Content

Geriatric Optometry

  • Defining the Geriatric Patient
  • Phycological, Physiological and Social Ocular Problems of the Elderly
  • Techniques for Refraction in Geriatric Optometry
  • Binocularity and Ocular Health Assessment for the Elderly, With Involution and Pathological Changes
  • Special Oculo Visual Problems Of Concern to the Elderly Patient

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