Utilising OCT in your practice and its role in doing our best for patients
OCT has become an invaluable and ubiquitous tool in optometry clinical examinations, particularly for the diagnosis and monitoring of conditions like glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. Rapid technological changes have led to ultra-widefield high-resolution OCT images, providing the ability to detect subtle changes resulting in earlier interventions, improved patient outcomes and reducing the burden on secondary eye care services This session will use case examples to explore the utilisation of OCT on our day-to-day practice and consider how this technology might impact the future role of optometry in the delivery of shared care eye care.
Practitioners will recognise the role of OCT in the clinical management of patients
Practitioners will identify how OCT technology might impact the future role of optometry in the delivery of shared eye care.