NSA 04/15/2020 KP NSA Ophthalmology Updates April 2020
1) Eye doctors will learn to identify patients who need corneal transplants, and those who have had them. Comprehensive ophthalmologists will become familiar with the surgical options available and their likely courses. They will learn to recognize good candidates for corneal transplant surgery.
2) They will learn to optimally control infection for eye patients minimizing risk by implementing protocol and strategies during necessary proximity eye exam.
3) They will treat patients with thyroid eye disease using non-surgical management referring appropriately when indicated for treatment with Teprotumumab.
Napa Solano Area Kaiser Permanente Ophthalmology physicians, and Optometrists.
1. Counsel patients on what they may undergo with transplant surgery.
2. Prescribe different transplant steroid anti-rejection regimens based on the type of transplant performed.
3. Learn strategies to optimize Ophthalmology infection control during proximity eye exam during COVID-19 pandemic.
4. Develop and implement protocols specific to practice on when to see which patients in person and what measures should be taken for personal protective equipment in each scenario during the COVID-19 pandemic.
5. Appropriately treat non-surgical management of patients with moderate to severe thyroid eye disease.
6. Identify patients possibly suitable for treatment with Teprotumumab and refer appropriately for treatment.
David Russell, MD, Kaiser Permanente Vacaville
Jonathan Diamont, MD, Corneal Ophthalmology, Kaiser Permanente Vacaville, Usha Kumar, MD, Ophthalmology, Kaiser Permanente Vallejo, and David Russell, MD, Kaiser Permanente Vacaville
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- 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™