Comm Eye Health Vol. 30 No. 99 2017 pp 66. Published online 11 November 2017.

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Preterm baby being given unmonitored supplemental oxygen (via the blue tube). The baby is very pink and hyper-oxygenated. This increases the risk of ROP and must be avoided. © Clare Gilbert
Preterm baby being given unmonitored supplemental oxygen (via the blue tube). The baby is very pink and hyper-oxygenated. This increases the risk of ROP and must be avoided. © Clare Gilbert

This page is designed to help you to test your own understanding of the concepts covered in this issue, and to reflect on what you have learnt.
We hope that you will also discuss the questions with your colleagues and other members of the eye care team, perhaps in a journal club. To complete the activities online – and get instant feedback – please visit www.cehjournal.org

1. Which of the following factors can increase the risk of for ROP during the first 4 weeks of life?
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2. Screening for retinopathy of prematurity
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3. Treatment of ROP
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4. Follow-up of babies who developed ROP
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