O-7, r. 11.1 - Regulation respecting the medications that may be administered and prescribed by an optometrist and respecting the eye care that may be provided by an optometrist

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7. Despite section 5, an optometrist may administer and prescribe an anti-glaucoma medication for the treatment of any glaucoma condition if the optometrist has obtained, before each administration or prescription, the consent of a physician who has already assessed the patient or agrees to provide consultative care to the patient. The optometrist must then enter in the patient’s record the name and licence number of the physician from whom the optometrist obtained the consent.
845-2018O.C. 845-2018, s. 7.
In force: 2018-07-19
7. Despite section 5, an optometrist may administer and prescribe an anti-glaucoma medication for the treatment of any glaucoma condition if the optometrist has obtained, before each administration or prescription, the consent of a physician who has already assessed the patient or agrees to provide consultative care to the patient. The optometrist must then enter in the patient’s record the name and licence number of the physician from whom the optometrist obtained the consent.
845-2018O.C. 845-2018, s. 7.