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|Title:||Visual status of industrial workers.|
|Citation:||Desai R, Desai S, Desai N, Kumar K. Visual status of industrial workers. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology. 1990 Apr-Jun; 38(2): 64-5|
|Abstract:||Two hundred and eighty four industrial workers were screened to determine their visual acuity. Significant visual impairment was observed in 21.8% individuals and moderate impairment in 34.5% of cases. Convergence insufficiency was a problem in 9.86% of the workers. Since uncorrected refractive errors are a prelude to disastrous workplace related eye injuries, it is recommended that prior to job placement all workers undergo visual acuity screening and get their refractive errors rectified.|
|Appears in Collections:||Indian Journal of Ophthalmology|
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