CE Test Questions
Vision's Declaration of Independence - Part 2 UV, HEV and the Aging Eye

Exam Questions
1. All of the following can be used to attenuate 100 percent UV except:

    A. Polycarbonate
    B. Polarizing filters
    C. Crown glass
    D. Photochromic glass
2. A comprehensive eye exam:

    A. Can detect age-related eye diseases
    B. Meets every patient's insurance requirements
    C. Always happens after age 50
    D. Does not include a refraction
3. AR on the back surface of sun lenses:

    A. Reduces the size of the reflection
    B. Reduces the intensity of the reflection
    C. Improves front surface scratch resistance
    D. A and B
4. ________ is a sun lens specially formulated to absorb most of the HEV.

    A. Grey 3
    B. Vision-Ease Coppertone Brown
    C. Transitions Grey
    D. Brown 1 tint
5. In addition to attenuating UV and HEV lenses, the frame should:

    A. Provide excellent coverage
    B. Fit very close
    C. Provide a balance between style and protection
    D. Only be a wrap frame
6. The meaning of “attenuate” is:

    A. Multiply by ten
    B. Absorb completely
    C. Reflect a portion
    D. To weaken
7. All of the following can be used to attenuate blue light transmission in clear lenses except:

    A. Use a special AR formulation
    B. Use absorption, transmission and reflectance characteristics of materials and coatings
    C. Order 1.60 high index
    D. Front surface AR, blue light reflecting
8. Outdoors, UV can still enter the eye of a patient wearing rectangular glasses (46/20) of clear, scratch-coated Trivex material from all of the following except:

    A. Reflected off the sidewalk
    B. Through the lens front
    C. From the lens' concave surface
    D. From the side
9. The yellowing cataract masks the shades of:

    A. Violets and blues
    B. Grays and reds
    C. Violets and reds
    D. Blues and reds
10. The gradual yellowing of the lens and small pupil:

    A. Improves driving ability
    B. Disturbs sleep patterns
    C. Makes violet more vibrant
    D. Increases reaction times
11. An example of good lighting for the older adult is:

    A. Uniformity of lighting in a room
    B. Extremely bright lights used facing east
    C. Light color index less than 80
    D. Ceiling paint with an LRV of 50
12. Reducing any false expectations of clear vision with new glasses is easier when:

    A. The Rx lists best-corrected acuities
    B. The doctor dispenses the eyewear
    C. Yellow-tinted lenses are used
    D. Very dark sunglasses are also ordered
13. A low vision patient will have:

    A. Acuity correctable to 20/60 or better
    B. Acuity correctable to 20/20
    C. Best correctable acuity of 20/60
    D. Best correctable acuity less than 20/60
14. Reducing _______ and improving _______ is especially beneficial to the eye in older adults.

    A. Contrast, reaction time
    B. Contrast, glare
    C. Glare, contrast
    D. Reaction time, glare
15. Alzheimer's Disease (AD) patients have:

    A. Problems seeing blue caused by AD
    B. More cataracts than non-AD patients
    C. The same color vision as non-AD patients
    D. Fewer cataracts
16. Low vision resources include all of the following except:

    A. The prescribing doctor
    B. Rehabilitation services for the blind and visually impaired
    C. Low vision assessment
    D. There's nothing that can be done
17. Always encourage and prescribe the older adult to purchase:

    A. AR, no-glare coatings
    B. The darkest outdoor lenses
    C. Photochromics in all situations
    D. Single-vision lenses
18. Deliver outdoor glare control for the older adult using:

    A. The right lens darkness
    B. Scratch resistant lenses
    C. Polarized lenses
    D. A and C
19. All of the following attenuate blue light transmission except:

    A. Sun lens filters
    B. Brown or green tinted lenses
    C. AR polycarbonate lenses
    D. Nikon SeeCoat Blue
20. Changing the way that we see colors is:

    A. Always a problem
    B. Can improve sports performance
    C. A problem for the aging eye
    D. Reduces the vibrancy of colors

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
26. Comments on this program: