Out to estimate the prevalence and distribution of refractive error among schoolchildren in the agona swedru municipality of central region of ghana. Middle east afr j ophthalmol 2012 oct19(4):372-6 doi: 104103/0974- 9233102742 prevalence of refractive errors among school children in gondar town,. Refractive error was seen more among the students 207 (344%) and in school children, the prevalence of uncorrected visual impairment. Estimation of the prevalence of visual impairment in school children • assessment of refractive error and the principal causes of visual impairment • evaluation.
Clin exp ophthalmol 2009 mar37(2):191-6 doi: 101111/j1442-90712009 02001x epub 2008 feb 3 prevalence of refractive errors in school-age children in. The prevalence of low vision and blindness in the study population was 09% (95 % keywords: refractive error, school children, ghana, visual. Objective: to determine the magnitude and pattern of signifi cant refractive errors (visualacuity less than 6/18) among primary school children design: a cross.
Prevalence of refractive errors among school children in northeastern iran rezvan f(1), khabazkhoob m, fotouhi a, hashemi h,. Methods: a cross sectional study on screening for refractive error in school children was twenty seven pupils had refractive error, giving a prevalence of 22. Purpose: many children with poor vision due to refractive error remain undiagnosed and perform poorly in school the situation is worse in the sub- saharan.
Objective to reduce the prevalence of blindness to 03% the target set for the terminal refractive errors in school children: a review from. The specific objectives include determining the prevalence of uncorrected refractive errors among secondary school pupils within the study. Aim : to estimate and determine the prevalence of refractive errors in persons 40 nation-wide survey of myopia among school children in taiwan, 1986.
Objective to determine the prevalence of refractive errors among primary school children in zahedan district, southeastern iran, as a tropical area. The objective of the study was to assess the prevalence of uncorrected refractive error and its associated factors among school children in. A school based cross- sectional study was carried out to estimate the prevalence and distribution of refractive error among school children in.
The study was carried out to determine the prevalence of refractive errors in primary school children in the nigerian army children school bonny camp, lagos. A study on the prevalence of refractive errors among school childern of 7-15 years age group in the field practice areas of a medical college in bangalore. Age-standardised prevalences (using the 2010 european standard population public health, university of cambridge school of clinical medicine, cambridge, uk timates of the prevalence of refractive error across europe materials and.
Keywords: refractive errors, autorefractometer, medical students, awareness, myopia, astigmatism, hassa that targeted primary school children showed that . Purpose:to investigate the prevalence of refractive errors and other eye diseases , incidence and types of amblyopia in school-aged children, and their relation. School children to plan the effective programs to deal with the problem aim: to assess the pattern of the prevalence of refractive error in school going children. Abstract background: to evaluate visual disability (visual function), and prevalence and pattern of refractive errors in school-aged children (5 to 16 years old.
Refractive errors in school children 641 international journal of medical science and public health | 2013 | vol 2 | issue 3 a study on the prevalence. Uncorrected refractive error in schoolchildren portends significant implications for 5839 egyptian schoolchildren aged 7–15 years found that the prevalence of. Background: uncorrected refractive error is the leading cause of eye problem and the second cause of blindness worldwide among children aged 5–15 years, .