Risk Management

Medication Safety & Liability

This CD recording of the 2007 OMIC Forum presented at the AAO Annual Meeting in New Orleans will provide ophthalmologists guidance on how to (1) obtain and document informed consent for medications with significant ocular and systemic side effects, (2) assess the risk-benefit ratio of continuing anticoagulation in the elective surgical setting, and (3) monitor patients for the risk of ocular and systemic side effects of steroids, regardless of the route of administration.

Contact Linda Nakamura at lnakamura@omic.com or (800) 562-6642, ext. 652, to order course or for additional information.

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