AD138 – Advance25 Ophthalmology

£1,197.00 (+VAT)

25 Hours of Fully Flexible Online CPD / CE

Available immediately. Unlimited access to your course materials online for a full 12 months. Includes access to the discussion forum – please note there is now no tutor moderation.

Ophthalmology patients can be daunting to deal with in first opinion practice. This online course provides you with highly practical help in the diagnosis and management of common ocular diseases you’re likely to see in your consulting room.

Log on at any time – suitable for all time zones.

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Learn in your own time with this fully flexible Advance25TM Course.

Enjoy unlimited access to your course materials for a full 12 months. Get the help you need to deal effectively with your small animal ophthalmology patients.

Complete the course and get your CPD / CE Certificate for 25 Hours of learning.

Use your new knowledge and skills straight away in your practice.
Revisit your course materials at any time during your 12 months’ access to refresh your knowledge whenever you have a relevant patient.

Session 1: Ophthalmic Examination and Adnexal disease

 Ophthalmic Examination and Adnexal disease. These sessions will explore how to conduct an Ocular clinical examination using a range of equipment available in clinical practice. Utilising these skills to facilitate a complete adnexal examination to help localise disease and make a treatment plan.

Session 2: Pre-corneal tear film, KCS and corneal disease

This is a common region for ocular disease in practice and warrants a review of diagnostic techniques and localisation of clinical disease so that correct treatment can be instigated at an early stage.

Session 3: Feline Ophthalmology and Rodent/Rabbit Ophthalmology

 Most of our patients are going to be canine but not all. Somebody in the practice needs to help our smaller patients and they can be tricky to diagnose.

Session 4: Brachycephalic disease and corneal surgery

These are common issues in practice and easy to get correct, but easier to get wrong. We will look at some of the typical pitfalls and remedies for these problems.

Session 5: Uveitis and Glaucoma in one session and the Lens in another

 How do we differentiate Nuclear sclerosis form cataract and what are our options for treatment. Is it easy to always differentiate Uveitis from Glaucoma when they commonly come together, tricks and tips on dealing with this conundrum.

Session 6: Basic Ophthalmic surgery, anaesthesia and patient preparation

Routinely in practice more of the case load is becoming surgical and this can present a problem if we do not think about some of the issue that will be coming our way both for the anaesthesia and what surgical technique we should be using. Reviewing the surgical instruments and positioning can make a stressful surgery much more relaxing.


Neil Geddes BVM&S, Cert VOphthal. MRCVS RCVS Advanced Practitioners in Veterinary Ophthalmology

Jim Carter BVetMed DVOphthal DipECVO MRCVS RCVS and European Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology and panel member for the BVA/KC/ISDS Eye Scheme

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