Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications

An Open Access International Journal

P-ISSN: 0974-6455 E-ISSN: 2321-4007

Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications

An Open Access International Journal

Antriksha Agarwal1, Mahendra Singh2, Gaurav Dubey3, Jamshed Ali1*, Riya Saxena1,  Ahateshaam Ansari4, Ashish Kumar Mishra5, Chanchal Verma6, Jabed Ali7 and Md Masihhuzzaman8

1Department of Optometry, Allied Health SciencesInstitute of Management and Technical Studies University ( IIMTU), Meerut, U.P.

2Department of Optometry and Vision Science, CL Gupta Eye Institute Moradabad U.P.

3Department of Optometry, Faculty of Paramedical Sciences, UPUMS, Saifai, Etawah U.P.

4Department of Physiotherapy, Allied Health SciencesInstitute of Management and Technical Studies University (IIMTU), Meerut, U.P.

5School of pharmaceutical sciences, IIMT, University Meerut,U.P.

6Department of BMLT, Allied Health Sciences,Institute of Management and Technical Stud-ies University ( IIMTU), Meerut, U.P.

7Consultant Optometrist, Biratnagar, Eye Hospital, Nepal. India

8Department of Optometry, Amity Medical School, Haryana

Corresponding author email: alijamshed429@gmail.com

Article Publishing History

Received: 10/05/2021

Accepted After Revision: 14/07/2021

ABSTRACT:

An eye examination is a series of tests performed by an ophthalmologist and optometrist as-sessing vision and ability to focus on objects and other tests and examinations pertaining to the eyes. It is important to determine the percentage of asymptomatic patients of all age groups.Routine eye examinations result in spectacle prescription change, new critical diagno-sis, or new management of existing conditions.This study aims to identify the visual/eye con-ditions and their functioning in an asymptomatic patient.A prospective study carried out among the enrolled participants. A total of 400 eyes of 200 asymptomatic patient’s data were analysed. Out of which 98 (49.0%) were male, and 102 (51.0%) female. The mean age of the patient was 33.87±21.09 years. A comprehensive eye examination used to analyse the visual condition. 40 (20%) patients were aware of systemic disease, and 160 (80%) were unaware. 112 (56%) patients already having glasses and 88 (44%) were not, 101 (50.5%) patients hav-ing a change in their PGP, and 99 (49.5%) were not having any change.This study concludes that it is important for everyone to have a routine eye examination.

KEYWORDS:

Routine eye examinatioation ( REE ) and asymptomatiaticpstients, Previous Glass Prrsecription (PGP), Eye Health .

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