Please read the following articles.
Above, click on blue links above OR copy and paste the URLs into your browser for the three separate
articles. Please read all three, and then synthesize the information to help you formulate your own
opinion, providing support addressing which line of treatment–IV corticosteroids or bioequivalent
treatment would be the better route to take. Remember, you must address risks vs benefits of both
routes, explain what optic neuritis is and how it occurs as well. If its onset is sudden, what disease
processes should be ruled out immediately in a patient presenting with optic neuritis?
To assist you in completing your position paper, references have been provided below for the above
three journal articles, formatted according to APA. You must have a separate cover page, separate
reference page (abstract is not necessary), and the body of your position paper should be at least 500
words in length.
In addition, your submission must follow APA formatting conventions and be representative of original
work you have completed for this class. Please do not recycle previous papers–Turn-It-In is turned on.
Feel free to add charts, diagrams, and/or images to support your position paper.
Barclay, L. (2018). Oral and IV corticosteroids equivalent for acute optic neuritis:
Effect of treating acute optic neuritis with bioequvalent oral vs intravenous
corticosteroids: A randomized clinical trial. Medcape Neurology In Medscape
[online]. Retrieved from https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/894609
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Ergene, E., Ing, E., Machens, N., Law, S., & Younge, B. (2017). Adult optic
neuritis. Ophthalmology In Medscape [online]. Retrieved from
Janeczko, L. (2018). Oral corticosteroids a cheaper alternative to IV route for optic
neuritis. Reuters Health Information In Medscape [online]. Retrieved from
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