CE Test Questions
Visual Fatigue Syndrome Solutions: The Shifting Demand for Comfortable Mid-Range Vision

Exam Questions
1. The two main reasons that there is more need for lenses that address vision needs at mid-range distances is

    A. More tasks at intermediate distances, decreased use of multifocals
    B. Fewer tasks at intermediate, increased use of multifocals
    C. More tasks at intermediate distances, increased use of multifocals
    D. The use of monovision in contact lenses
2. What percent of the US population wears eyewear specifically for computer use?

    A. 4.9%
    B. 11.3%
    C. 18%
    D. 3.4%
3. The average multifocal wearer add sold today is

    A. +1.75D
    B. +1.50D
    C. +2.25D
    D. +2.75D
4. The presbyopic opportunity for lenses specifically for intermediate and near is as large as

    A. 100 million wearers
    B. 25 million wearers
    C. 3 million wearers
    D. All eyeglass wearers
5. All of the following problems have affected the widespread use of computer spectacles except

    A. Visual fatigue syndrome
    B. Symptoms connections
    C. Current library of lenses
    D. Adds from +1.00 to +1.25D
6. A combination of computer vision problems that requires eyewear as well as ergonomic fixes is called

    A. ECP birefringence
    B. Visual fatigue syndrome
    C. Presbyopia perception
    D. Ocularia exhaustion
7. The good part about Visual Fatigue Syndrome is that it is

    A. Reversible
    B. Linear
    C. Obtainable
    D. All of the above
8. Visual Fatigue Syndrome consists of

    A. Eyestrain and tired eyes
    B. Blurred vision
    C. Neck pain and headaches
    D. All of the above
9. All of the following have been problems in increasing the use of lenses for visual fatigue except

    A. The majority of the computer using population is not aware of possible solutions
    B. The number of patients with VFS is growing
    C. There have been power problems when ordering lenses
    D. There is a poor understanding of the types of lenses for visual fatigue
10. New lenses developed for visual fatigue are divided into lenses for

    A. The different stages of presbyopia
    B. Non-presbyopes
    C. Mature presbyopes
    D. All of the above
11. Questions 11 through 14 address the Essilor Anti-Fatigue Lens: The ___________________ makes the lens different from other SV lenses and therefore an excellent task specific lens for non or emerging presbyopes.

    A. The +0.6D power boost
    B. The assist with accommodative demand
    C. The reduction of sustained convergence
    D. All of the above
12. Where does the lens achieve its full increase in plus power?

    A. 5mm below lens datum
    B. 18mm below the optical center
    C. 13mm below the fitting point
    D. 18mm below the fitting point
13. To ensure that the right power is achieved, what minimum fitting height and “B” measurement is required?

    A. 13mm, 23mm
    B. 13mm, 18mm
    C. 18mm, 13mm
    D. 18mm, 23mm
14. In both new lenses presented, fitting requires the lens be fit to

    A. 1mm for every 2 degrees of pantoscopic tilt
    B. Pupil center
    C. The frame midline
    D. All of the above
15. Today's typical progressive lens wearing presbyope, with an average add of +2.25D, experiences a

    A. More limited field of view at mid-range than distance
    B. Is able to use their PALs for any kind of sustained intermediate work
    C. Is comfortable at near
    D. Prefers that lenses be photochromic
16. Of the more common computer progressives sold, they often lack ____________ preferred by wearers

    A. Wide mid-range vision
    B. Wide near vision
    C. Any distance vision power
    D. Polycarbonate availability
17. Questions 16 through 19 address the Essilor Computer Lens: The lens is unique because it

    A. Provides three plateaus of power
    B. Has the distance vision prescription
    C. Is fit at pupil center
    D. All of the above
18. The portion of the add power delivered at the fitting point is

    A. 30% the mean of the distance
    B. 60% of add power
    C. Half the required ACA ratio
    D. 60% of the distance power coefficient
19. Thinness and lightness is delivered by

    A. Specialized processing in the lab
    B. Availability of the lens in polycarbonate
    C. A 2.0mm center
    D. Lenticulation
20. To deliver Visual Fatigue lenses to the patients in your practice that need them

    A. Ask every patient: “Do you ever have tired eyes, headaches, blurred vision or neck and shoulder pain?
    B. Train all in the office about the lenses and their benefits
    C. Send emails and recall postcards describing the problem and the lens' benefits
    D. All of the above

Evaluation Questions

21. In questions 21-24 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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