Minor Eye Conditions Service: Conjunctivitis
This article introduces the minor eye condition services available in community optometric practice and discusses common ocular conditions that are managed within these. It will focus on the signs and symptoms of ocular conditions that present in practice through these services and the management available for entry level Optometrists as well as independent prescribers.
A series of case studies showing conjunctivitis presentations will be covered. A discussion on the diagnosis and management of each will cover how to manage these patient and procedures to help you in optometric practice.
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