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Research Paper | Ophthalmology | India | Volume 11 Issue 9, September 2022
Trending Perspective in Low Vision Management with a Brief Interface on Tele-Rehabilitation of Patients from a Tertiary Eye Care Centre
Shib Sankar Roy  | Barnali Datta  | Ruma Deb  | Vishal Kumar 
Abstract: Background: Trending perspective in Low Vision Management with a brief interface on Tele-Rehabilitation of patients from a Tertiary Eye Care Centre. Methods: Using Snellen's Chart form after Log MAR analysis, the measured visual acuities were collected independently. With regard to their PH vision, distance, and near correction assessments, the binocular best corrected visual acuities were taken into consideration. The total group of 25 patients included patients from both urban and remote regions. Along with the age range and gender ratio, the address underwent a demographic analysis. Intake of low vision devices is used to assess the economic picture, whether it is poor or fair. Results: According to the data, a number of patients who fell under the "remote location" group did not receive follow-up care for a variety of clear reasons. If another channel of communication between the patient and the doctor had been available, this group of patients may have easily been converted to frequent visitors. Very logically, the Tele-Ophthalmological component-currently known as Telerehabilitation- could therefore serve as a significant relief. If telerehabilitation is able to resolve the concerns of distance, there are significant chances that the remaining patient % will interact for the LV examinations and practises. In the end, the whole population can effectively inspire more desired low vision practise. Thus, the term "telerehabilitation" describes the provision of rehabilitation services through information and communication technology. Conclusions: We can now draw the firm conclusion that, in light of the data collected on a pilot scale, telerehabilitation's interference can boost low vision practise and follow-ups at a rate that is considerable. Since socioeconomic position did not have a significant impact, as was previously noted, the apparent limitations in the development of poor vision practise were mostly the remote places. So far, the only option to get around the difficulties of Low Vision practise management is through telerehabilitation. Thus, this study covers the developments made to date in telerehabilitation applications in the disciplines of eye care, including ophthalmology and optometry.
Keywords: Low vision rehabilitation, Low vision aid, Low vision, Blindness, Telerehabilitation
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 9, September 2022,
Pages: 1033 - 1036
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