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TIME TO TREAT

TIME TO TREAT

So, it was a typical busy morning. The outpatient clinics were overbooked and the waiting room was getting restless. I looked over the next chart, half of the notes were missing but that was not unusual. Here was a gentleman who had neovascular AMD and had finished a course of intravitreal injections.
There were two questions to ask here: had he improved? and did he need more treatment? We were pressed for time so, to get things moving, I asked for an OCT before seeing him. As I busied myself with other tasks, the nurse sidled up to me and told me there was a problem. The man was unable to have all his scans because he was falling asleep at the machine. He was getting drowsy and couldn’t hold his gaze for the split second needed to take the image. I remember feeling annoyed because I really needed the scan.

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