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David Harvey
Engineering
ATI - Wah Chang, USA, Joined Nov 2002, 42

David Harvey

Engineering
ATI - Wah Chang,
USA,
Joined Nov 2002
42
09:44 May-15-2008
Eye Examinations

I am weeding through a number of specifications that deal with eye exams. Some allow the Level III to do the exam, others a "technician", others yet someone "approved by the Level III."

Do we have any specs out there that require a nurse, doctor, or optometrist to do the eye exam?

The reason I ask is that in many locations, medical assistant type folk are used to perform "screening." These are not nurses, doctors, physician's assistants, etc. Do we have any major specifications that pointedly require doctors or nurses to do the exam?


    
 
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Ed T.
Ed T.
01:55 May-19-2008
Re: Eye Examinations
First of alll which code are you working to? CP-189, SNT-TC-1a or some other code. That makes a difference.

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: I am weeding through a number of specifications that deal with eye exams. Some allow the Level III to do the exam, others a "technician", others yet someone "approved by the Level III."
: Do we have any specs out there that require a nurse, doctor, or optometrist to do the eye exam?
: The reason I ask is that in many locations, medical assistant type folk are used to perform "screening." These are not nurses, doctors, physician's assistants, etc. Do we have any major specifications that pointedly require doctors or nurses to do the exam?
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David
Engineering
ATI - Wah Chang, USA, Joined Nov 2002, 42

David

Engineering
ATI - Wah Chang,
USA,
Joined Nov 2002
42
05:49 May-19-2008
Re: Eye Examinations
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: First of alll which code are you working to? CP-189, SNT-TC-1a or some other code. That makes a difference.
: : I am weeding through a number of specifications that deal with eye exams. Some allow the Level III to do the exam, others a "technician", others yet someone "approved by the Level III."
: : Do we have any specs out there that require a nurse, doctor, or optometrist to do the eye exam?
: : The reason I ask is that in many locations, medical assistant type folk are used to perform "screening." These are not nurses, doctors, physician's assistants, etc. Do we have any major specifications that pointedly require doctors or nurses to do the exam?
------------ End Original Message ------------

Many different specifications, TC-1A, NAS410, EN473, and more.


    
 
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Mohammad Naderi
Mohammad Naderi
05:59 May-24-2008
Re: tofd quize
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: First of alll which code are you working to? CP-189, SNT-
Deare sir
Hi
I want to learn tofd and i want quize please help me]

thanks a lot

mohammad


    
 
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