International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Ophthalmology | India | Volume 11 Issue 10, October 2022 | Rating: 5.6 / 10

CVS Prevalence among those between the Ages of 18 and 40 from a Eye Care Facility

Shib Sankar Roy [2] | Vishal Kumar [4] | Ruma Deb [2] | Barnali Datta [2]

Abstract: Background: Computer Vision Syndrome Prevalence among those between the ages of 18 and 40 from a Tertiary Eye Care Facility. Methods: In relation to the ancillary findings, values were chosen in order to indirectly establish the mean ametropia as well. Utilizing the mean value score that was calculated by comparing the values on the survey, the outcome was calculated. The total group included patients from both urban and remote regions. Along with the age range and gender ratio, the address underwent a demographic analysis. With the more prevalent subjective methods in this area of study, empirically verified signs of Dry Eye Syndrome are also taken into account. Patients were chosen from 240 eyes of 120 Subjects at an eye care center, with no prior trauma history and varying symptomatic effects and consequences. Results: 240 eyeballs from 120 participants were analyzed in this study. In the series of tables up top, the patient demographics were displayed. Table 1 displays the gender bifurcation overall vs. the total core population present. Figure 2 illustrates the relevance of digital device exposure over a day and night cycle, i. e., by displaying the percentile integrated value of 5.8 (Night) | 3.2 (Day) for the exposure to digital devices according to usage time. To further add, careful follow - up for the same could also support a higher prevalence regarding the evaluations of CVS symptoms in relation to the timing of the consumption. When we look at Figure 3, which divides the participant's CVS symptoms into Mild, Moderate, and Severe categories, we can see how the symptoms are distributed among them. The results have shown that Dryness has been classified as severe with a level of 4.4 over the bar and that the majority of cases fall within the Mild Bar Range of 4.5. Conclusions: The majority of people in the public, according to the current study, reported experiencing severe Dryness as one of their CVS symptoms while using computers. Due to obvious reasons, participants between the ages of 18 and 25 were more susceptible. Studies have shown that transient discomfort lowers work effectiveness and, in turn, production, even though computer use has not yet been shown to cause any permanent eye damage.

Keywords: Computer Vision Syndrome, Digital Devices, DES, Digital Eye Strain, VF, Visual Fatigue

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 10, October 2022,

Pages: 69 - 72

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