CE Test Questions
Handling the Blues

Exam Questions
1. Light scatter is caused by

    A. Particles in the air or eye
    B. A clear cornea
    C. AR lenses
    D. The night sky
2. HEV is the acronym for

    A. High energy visible radiation
    B. High electronics visibility
    C. Higher order eye aberrations visuality
    D. Hybrid eye vision
3. Eye fatigue from electronic devise is also called

    A. Digit fatigue
    B. Digital ophthalmia
    C. Digital eyestrain
    D. Manual asthenopia
4. In a study conducted last year, the font or letter size and distance spent reading Smartphones was described as _____________ newsprint and ____________.

    A. Smaller than, farther
    B. Larger than, farther
    C. Same as, closer
    D. Smaller than, closer
5. Blue light is _____________ wavelengths

    A. High energy and long
    B. Shortest and low scattering energy
    C. High energy and shortest visible
    D. Shorter than the UV
6. About how many people are online wirelessly today using wireless “gadgets”?

    A. 6 in 10
    B. 3 in 10
    C. 1 in 10
    D. 8 in 10
7. All of the following are necessary for patients that use digital devices except

    A. Make patients aware of digital eyestrain
    B. Only sell over the counter readers
    C. Determine best lenses by task and lens style
    D. Choose 100 percent UV absorbing materials and add AR
8. SeeCoat Blue _____________ blue light at ___________ wavelength.

    A. Reflects, 550nm
    B. Reflects, 450nm
    C. Absorbs, 550nm
    D. Absorbs, 450nm
9. From the Kaiser Family Foundation report, kids ___________ consuming electronic media

    A. Spend less than five hours a day
    B. Spend more than 7.5 hours a day
    C. Spend 2 days accessing and
    D. Prefer books rather than
10. The red wavelengths are scattered _______________ the blue wavelengths

    A. The same as
    B. More than
    C. Less than
    D. Less than with a large pupil
11. HEV has been linked to all of the following except

    A. Photochemical damage
    B. ISO hazard function
    C. Infrared damage
    D. AMD
12. What is the approximate reduction of blue light, per surface?

    A. 18 percent
    B. 10 percent
    C. 25 percent
    D. 5 percent
13. New electronic devices have been shown

    A. To emit higher levels of blue light
    B. To absorb blue light and UV
    C. Reduce digital eyestrain
    D. Decrease communication efficiency
14. Blue light radiation and the effects of scatter are easily fixed

    A. Outdoors
    B. Indoors
    C. At night
    D. In low light
15. Tints can reduce blue light and

    A. Not affect lens color
    B. Are usually too dark for night vision uses
    C. Remove only the blue wavelengths
    D. Provide the same green light transmission
16. SeeCoat Blue peaks at 450nm because of all of the following except

    A. A balance between contrast and lens color
    B. The ISO hazard function
    C. LED bulbs peak emission
    D. Reduced contrast sensitivity
17. A good way to help patients understand the benefits of new products is to

    A. Demonstrate the lens
    B. Severely discount them to sell them
    C. Add them to the patient's glasses without telling them
    D. Have a very technical discussion
18. To compete at the premium level, AR lenses must be all of the following, except

    A. 100 percent transparent
    B. Super scratch resistant
    C. Anti-static
    D. Easy cleaning
19. Besides wearing UV and HEV protective eyewear, patients should

    A. Practice good nutrition
    B. Exercise regularly
    C. Purchase glasses every 4 years
    D. A and B
20. All of the following are recommended for patients that spend up to five hours or more in front of digital screens when indoors or out, except

    A. Lenses that consider working distance and font or image size
    B. 100 percent UV absorptive lenses
    C. Lenses that absorb HEV
    D. Yellow tinted lenses for everyday wear

Evaluation Questions

21. In questions 21-25 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
24. How were you directed to this course?

    A. 2020mag.com
    B. OAA Website
    C. NYSSO Website
    D. Ohio Opticians Website
    E. Other
25. Please describe the office in which you work.

    A. Independent Optician
    B. Independent Optometry
    C. Chain retail
    D. HMO/Military/Other
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