These are the sources and citations used to research Errores Refractivos. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Sunday. Esta borrosidad se denomina ‘error de refracción’ y es causada por una cada uno de lo diferentes errores refractivos y el efecto de un cristal (gafa) para su. “Hasta ahora, los errores refractivos que son comunes después de la cirugía de catarata sólo se podían corregir con anteojos, lentes de.

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Poor vision and an inability to read material on the chalkboard due to refractive error can profoundly affect a child’s participation and learning in the classroom. They were convergence insufficiency in 1.

Prevalence of refractive error which was 6. In Kathmandu, there are more than 5 erroges eye hospitals, departments and teaching institutes. American Academy of Ophthalmology Also in Spanish.

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Current Opinion in Ophthalmology18 5pp. Private schoolchildren had significantly higher refractive errors. Prevalence of refractive errors in pre-school and school children of Debark and Kola Diba towns. Age distribution of refractive error was not significantly different between private and government schools. The Journal of School Refravtivos30 1pp. Refractive error is one of the avoidable causes of blindness and low vision.

Refractive error among school children in Jhapa, Nepal

Farsightedness, Hyperopia, Myopia, Nearsightedness. The most common symptom is blurred vision. Revista Cubana de Medicina, Your Bibliography: Some sort of preschool screening Programme should be initiated to reduce its significance. The prevalence of visual impairment in school children of upper-middle socioeconomic status in Kathamndu.

A complete eye examination was carried out in all children including slit lamp examination, fundus examination, retinoscopy and subjective refraction. All the parents were advised to be present on the day of examination.


The materials taken with the team were internally illuminated Snellen vision chart model AME 20, appasamytorch lights, hand held slit lamp Heine Germanydirect ophthalmoscopes Heine BetaGermanyretinoscopes Heine BetaGermanytrial set, universal trial frames EmamiRAF rule.

In contrast to that, we assigned myopia as 0. Visual impairment in school children in Southern India.

Methods and methodology Sample size and study eerores A cross-sectional school-based study was conducted in students in three government schools of Jhapa: Laser eye surgery may also be a possibility. Gauri Shankar Shrestha a B.

These are the sources and citations used to research Errores Refractivos. Ocular morbidity in our study Prevalence of refractive error is shown in Table 3.

Refractive error among school children in Jhapa, Nepal

Male female ratio is 1. However, our finding was comparable to other school based reports, e. There were around 18 private schools available at http: Kathmandu University Medical Journal. Discussion Refractive error is rffractivos of the avoidable causes of blindness and low vision. An estimated million people over 5 years of age are visually impaired as a result of uncorrected refractive errors, of which 8 million are blind.

The prevalence of refractive error was found higher in our study compared to Pokhrel report 5 although both studies were conducted in Jhapa district.

Please review our privacy policy. Myopia was found to increase as age advanced. Reractivos is an apparent need for parental as well as school education programs along with effective strategies for providing school-based vision screening, quality optometric services, and provision of providing affordable spectacles.

We would like to heartily thank Mr. These could be some of the possible reasons which have to be explored.


Majority includes Bahun For You Children Patient Handouts. The students underwent the following examinations: Though ethnic distribution of prevalence of refractive error is not studied and exclusive coverage of schools is not attended, there is no reason to suspect that students studying in other part of schools or area in Jhapa can experience refractive error different from students studied in enrolled schools.


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This process was followed by subjective refraction after 3 days. Four common refractive errors are Myopia, or nearsightedness – clear vision close up but blurry in the distance Hyperopia, or farsightedness – clear vision in the distance but blurry close up Presbyopia – inability to focus close up as a result of aging Astigmatism – focus problems caused by the cornea The most common symptom is blurred vision.

It can restrict progress in education, limit career opportunity and restrict access to information. Nepal 7 found 8.

According to the National Blindness Survey of Nepal ofrefractive error was identified as a primary ocular disorder in 1. In the Pokhrel report, unaided, presenting, and best corrected visual acuity worse than 0.

Received Dec 11; Accepted Jan 2. Result Visual acuity in school children Errored total of children between 5 and 16 years of age were examined in the four schools that were included in the study. Refractive error study in children: They were advised to visit us in the hospital for further clarification. So it is essential to understand the pattern of refractive error in school children to plan effective programs to deal with the problem.