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Study of intraocular pressure among individuals working on computer screens for long hours

Sanam Maria Qudsiya, Farisa Khatoon, Aftab Abdul Khader, Mohammed Asghar Ali, Mohammed Abdul Hannan Hazari, Fareen Sultana, Ayesha Farheen.


In today’s world computers are ubiquitous and found in different forms which can effect intraocular pressure (IOP). Present study was undertaken to find out effect of day-to-day exposure to computer screen on IOP in normal individuals. 70 individuals (who met the screening conditions and devoid of obvious ocular pathology and systemic diseases) had their IOP’s checked before and 4 hour after computer session on same day, all working in general day shift, involving reading English printed material. The results showed significant (p

Key words: Computer screens, Intraocular pressure (IOP), Long hours, Schiotz tonometry

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