Background: There is a paucity of systematically collected data on visual impairment in patients with chronic psychiatric ... Ungvari, G., Tang, W., Wong, W. et al. Distant visual acuity in chronic psychiatric patients. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr ... Only a small percentage of patients wore spectacles and had adequately corrected vision. Patients with impaired DVA were ... The aim of this pilot study was to estimate the magnitude of impairment of distant visual acuity (DVA) including refractive and ...
Brightness acuity test and outdoor visual acuity in cataract patients.. Holladay JT, Prager TC, Trujillo J, Ruiz RS. ... A simple device, the brightness acuity tester (B.A.T.), was developed to predict a patients functional outdoor acuity. The B.A ... There was no decrease in visual acuity in the 14 normal patients, but there was a one to ten line decrease in vision among the ... Fourteen normals and 50 patients with cataracts were tested using the B.A.T. and then tested outside in bright sunlight. The B. ...
Amblyopia was less dense by grating acuities than by recognition acuities; grating acuities were sensitive, however, to ... grating acuity was better than recognition acuity. In patients with dense amblyopia or foveal abnormalities, very large ... Grating and recognition acuities of pediatric patients.. Mayer DL, Fulton AB, Rodier D. ... In nonamblyopic patients, acuities were no more discrepant than for children with normal eyes. ...
Missing a single ophthalmology appointment over a two-year period was associated with decreased visual acuity for patients with ... Missing doctors visit linked to decreased visual acuity for patients with AMD. *Download PDF Copy ... Ramakrishnan, M.S., et al. (2020) Association of Visit Adherence and Visual Acuity in Patients With Neovascular Age-Related ... Missing a single ophthalmology appointment over a two-year period was associated with decreased visual acuity for patients with ...
VITAS Advantage: High-Acuity Care for Patients in Long-Term Care Facilities. If your resident has been making frequent visits ... Testimonials from Patients Families. VITAS was a shining light in the dark tunnel of seeing my dearest wifes life ending. I ... VITAS can care for your hospice-eligible residents who require high-acuity care, for whom other hospices may lack resources or ... By offering higher levels of care to manage symptomatic patients who may otherwise call 911, VITAS educates your staff on ...
Baseline Predictors of Visual Acuity Outcome in Patients with Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration. Xinyuan Zhang1 and Timothy ... Wet AMD (wAMD) causes more severe visual acuity (VA) loss compared with the dry form due to formation of choroidal ... Unfortunately, up to a quarter of anti-VEGF-treated wAMD patients might not fully benefit from intravitreal injections and CNV ... and the presence of particular genotype risk alleles in patients with wAMD. Recommendations are provided regarding when to ...
Baseline Predictors of Visual Acuity Outcome in Patients with Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration. Xinyuan Zhang1 and Timothy ... "Prognostic Factors for Long Term Visual Acuity Outcome after Ranibizumab Therapy in Patients with Neovascular Age-Related ... J. K. Sun, M. M. Lin, J. Lammer et al., "Disorganization of the retinal inner layers as a predictor of visual acuity in eyes ... J. H. Lim, S. S. Wickremasinghe, J. Xie et al., "Delay to treatment and visual outcomes in patients treated with anti-vascular ...
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... we were able to dynamically measure crowding throughout each patients ED visit and demonstrate its deleterious effect on the ... timeliness of emergency care, even for high-acuity patients. ... Crowding delayed the care of high-acuity level 2 patients at ... Crowding delays treatment and lengthens emergency department length of stay, even among high-acuity patients Ann Emerg Med. ... During crowded periods (ie, 90%), the adjusted median waiting room times of high-acuity level 2 patients were 3% to 35% higher ...
A subset of patients treated for presbyopia with scleral implants experienced a clinically significant improvement in near ... visual acuity, according to a poster presented at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology meeting here. ... Researchers evaluated visual acuity of a subsample of 20 patients from two centers in a multicenter FDA trial who received ... Scleral implants improved near visual acuity: A subsample of patients treated for presbyopia. Presented at: Association for ...
Patient Acuity Rating: a Tool to Prevent In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (PAR). The safety and scientific validity of this study is ... Supplementing cross-cover communication with the patient acuity rating. J Gen Intern Med. 2013 Mar;28(3):406-11. doi: 10.1007/ ...
This retrospective review included patients with corrected distance visual acuity of 20/20 or better in both eyes before ... This retrospective review included patients with corrected distance visual acuity of 20/20 or better in both eyes before ... Study shows cataract surgery is beneficial in patients with good preoperative visual acuity ... Patients with cataract in one eye and an IOL in the contralateral eye before surgery had a mean improvement of 12.2 in the VF- ...
... for low-priority patients calling triple zero. This service provides alternatives to ambulance dispatch, such as doctor or ... A novel approach for managing the growing demand for ambulance services by low-acuity patients Aust Health Rev. 2016 Sep;40(4): ... Abdominal pain and back symptoms were the most common patient problems. Although 68% of patients were referred to the emergency ... Median patient age was 54 years and 55% were female. Geographically based socioeconomic status was associated with the rate of ...
Keywords: Tecnis multifocal one-piece IOL, photopic visual acuity, mesopic visual acuity, intermediate visual acuity, near ... of patients had binocular uncorrected near visual acuity of 20/20 or better. All patients were satisfied with their overall ... A total of 87.5% of patients reported no glare and 68.8% of patients reported no halos around lights at night. Conclusion: ... the visual acuity and patient satisfaction at varied distances under photopic and mesopic lighting conditions in patients ...
The second fallacy at play is the idea that a low-acuity patient is in fact a low workload patient. Seth cited the URI patient ... Thats maybe 15% of the total low acuity patient load. What are the other typical level 1-3 patients here for? Well, based on ... Of this, almost exactly a third, 160 patient-hours is attributable to the lowest-acuity patients, the E/M level 1-3s. That ... Obviously being able to accurately triage emergent patients will affect outcomes in single patients - a chest pain patient ...
Data missing in 2009 for 4673 patients for the ACEM method, four patients for the Sprivulis method, 3192 patients for the ... and one patient for the AIHW method.§ Data missing in 2011 for 2728 patients for the ACEM method, three patients for the ... Data missing in 2010 for 3181 patients for the ACEM method, three patients for the Sprivulis method, 2161 patients for the ... A patient can have a low triage category but need complex care. An example is an elderly patient living independently who falls ...
This finding represents a new concept, which is that the blue light exposure might be harmful to visual function in patients ... Methods Twenty-two patients with short BUT DE (10 men, 12 women; mean age, 32.4 ± 6.4 years; age range, 23-43 years) and 18 ... The DE patients had significant improvement in mean functional VA and visual maintenance ratio while wearing the glasses (P , ... of functional VA and the visual maintenance ratio were significantly worse in the DE patients than in the controls (P , 0.05), ...
This study shows that education of junior trainees gives rise to an increase in the proportion of patients where VA is properly ... surgery teams receiving referrals of patients with these injuries have a vital role in ensuring that visual acuity (VA) is ... We present a clinical audit of documentation of VA in 126 patients who sustained orbital floor and zygoma fractures. Our ...
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Conclusion: Cross-trial comparisons based on changes in best-corrected visual acuity should be done cautiously and only after ... Keywords: aflibercept, anti-vascular endothelial growth factor, best-corrected visual acuity, cross-trial comparison, diabetic ... This study was designed to evaluate the correlation of baseline visual acuity (VA) with VA outcome in response to anti-vascular ... A correlation analysis was performed between mean baseline VA and VA gain at month 12 for 1,616 diabetic macular edema patients ...
Moreover, we also found that musicians and non-musicians with chronic pain presented lower tactile spatial acuity and increased ... Moreover, we also found that musicians and non-musicians with chronic pain presented lower tactile spatial acuity and increased ... lower tactile spatial acuity (i.e., higher grating orientation thresholds) and increased pain sensitivity to pressure and heat ... with decreased spatial discrimination in pain-free musicians and the similarity of results found in chronic pain patients, ...
Visual Acuity Outcomes in Patients With Persistent DME Receiving Adjunctive Therapy Raj K. Maturi, MD. Channels: Retina , ... Allergan • ASRS Vancouver 2018 • Diabetic macular edema, DME • DME • Genentech • OZURDEX • Visual Acuity ... Allergan • ASRS Vancouver 2018 • Diabetic macular edema, DME • DME • Genentech • OZURDEX • Visual Acuity ... treatment in patients with persistent diabetic macular edema (DME). ...
The acuity-adaptable patient room concept is an emerging care model where patient is cared for in the same room from admission ... Acuity-Adaptable Patient Ro.... Acuity-Adaptable Patient Room Improves Length of Stay and Cost of Patients Undergoing Renal ... acuity-adaptable patient room). Not only that the acuity-adaptable patient room improves patient outcome and cost but with the ... The acuity-adaptable patient room concept is an emerging care model where patient is cared for in the same room from admission ...
M. B. Hymowitz, L. Huynh, R. Wong, S. Berger, H. Engel; Comparison of Visual Memory in Patients With Decreased Visual Acuity. ... Comparison of Visual Memory in Patients With Decreased Visual Acuity You will receive an email whenever this article is ... Individuals in the pathology group had visual acuity worse than 20/50 to 20/200 with eye disease or any central acuity better ... Patients with impaired vision have demonstrable functional deficits that can be qualified and quantified by standardized ...
Introduction Contrast sensitivity function (CSF) may better estimate a patients visual function compared with visual acuity ( ... Contrast sensitivity function in patients with macular disease and good visual acuity ... Contrast sensitivity function in patients with macular disease and good visual acuity ... Methods Patients with maculopathies (retinal vein occlusion, macula-off retinal detachment, dry age-related macular ...
Visual acuity outcomes in Coats disease by classification stage in 160 patients ... Visual acuity outcomes in Coats disease by classification stage in 160 patients ...
Diet Rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids Appears Associated with Slowing Visual Acuity Decline in Retinitis Pigmentosa Patients on ... This could explain why vitamin A plus an oily fish diet benefits patients with RP. Patients are advised to take vitamin A to ... distance acuity testing. They explain the mean (average) rate of decline in letters per year was 0.59 letter for patients ... should make it possible for many patients with typical retinitis pigmentosa to retain both visual acuity and central visual ...
Good Visual Acuity, and Central Visual Field Disruption and Significant Difficulties with Activities of Daily Living, Online, ... Review Patient with Macular Disease, Good Visual Acuity, and Central Visual Field Disruption and Significant Difficulties with ... Patient with Macular Disease, Good Visual Acuity, and Central Visual Field Disruption and Significant Difficulties with ... Patient with Macular Disease, Good Visual Acuity, and Central Visual Field Disruption and Significant Difficulties with ...
Visual acuity evaluation in patients treated with ranibizumab for diabetic macular edema ... Visual acuity evaluation in patients treated with ranibizumab for diabetic macular edema ... Visual acuity evaluation in patients treated with ranibizumab for diabetic macular edema. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2013;54 ... Limited visual acuity gain in this cohort is likely due to too infrequent treatment due to the prior off-label status of ...
Baseline predictors of visual acuity and retinal thickness in patients with retinal vein occlusion. - Sang Jin Kim, Young Hee ... Baseline predictors of visual acuity and retinal thickness in patients with retinal vein occlusion.. Abstract. This study ... Find out why thousands of doctors, pharma researchers and patient activists around the world use CureHunter every day. Realize ... at 6 months in patients with treatment-naïve branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO) and central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO). ...