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Abstract Aim: The aim was to construct a visual acuity chart and find its effectiveness at screening visual acuity deficits.
Materials and Methods: Two phases were involved in this study. The screener contains three lines with seven letters in each.
Few combinations of the seven letter sequences were chosen based on the row legibility scores. Unaided visual acuity was tested using both the newly constructed Pocket Vision Screener and a logMAR visual acuity chart and the time taken to measure the visual acuity using both the charts was noted.
Subjects were classified as normal or deficient based on the logMAR visual acuity measurement.
Conclusion: The Pocket Vision Screener can be used as a quick and accurate tool to screen subjects for visual acuity deficits, being highly sensitive, specific, and cost-effective. Of these, 39 million are estimated to be blind.
In India, blindness has been recognized as an important public health problem. Measurement of visual acuity is usually the first step in the evaluation of the visual system.
Hence, visual acuity is also used as the first filter in any vision screening program. Children failing this test are referred for further evaluation.
Squinting can achieve the same effect as a pinhole occluder. With the Snellen chart, the visual acuity is recorded as a fraction with 20 in the numerator top number and values ranging from 10 to in the denominator bottom number.
The denominator indicates the distance in feet at which a person with normal vision could stand to correctly identify the same symbols identified by the person tested.
Variations[ edit ] Numerous types of eye charts exist and are used in various situations. For example, the Snellen chart is designed for use at 6 meters or 20 feet, and is thus appropriate for testing distance vision, while the ETDRS chart is designed for use at 4 meters.
For these situations, a Rosenbaum chart or Jaeger chart can be used.
As a consequence of these improvements, the logMAR chart has been proposed as a more reliable tool for measuring visual acuity. However, the logMAR chart has not yet been widely adopted. It can be difficult to measure visual acuity in infants, young children, and illiterate adults.
Special eye charts such as Lea Symbols can be used. One version uses simple pictures or patterns. Others are printed with the block letter "E" turned in different orientations, the so-called Tumbling E. The patient simply indicates which direction each "E" is facing.
The Landolt C chart is similar: rows have circles with different segments missing, and the test-taker describes where each broken piece is located. The last two kinds of charts also reduce the possibility of the patient guessing the images.
They have several potential advantages, such as a more precise measurement, less examiner-induced bias and randomized optotypes. If the person, particularly a young child, is unable to cooperate with visual acuity testing via an eye chart, practitioners can be alerted to possible deficits in visual acuity by asking parents whether the child appears to see well.
A clue is that the child may hold objects close to the face when attempting to focus.