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Young children are difficult to screen effectively in primary care settings using chart-based visual acuity methods, which can result in low completion rates and false positive results.1 When instrument-based vision screening is adopted in primary care offices, it can reduce screening time and achieve up to 87% vision screening completion rates compared to only 39% with chart-based screening.2

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“Instrument-based vision screening can be very easily integrated into your clinic workflow. All you really need is the photoscreener and a dimly lit room. It can take seconds to minutes—it takes away the need for you or your medical assistant [to check] to see if a child is peeking around the occluder, if they really understand what you’re asking them to do, or if they just simply memorized all the symbols on the chart.”

— Melissa M. Wong, MD Pediatric Ophthalmologist, New Hampshire Eye Associates

References

  1. Children’s Eye Foundation. A Practical Guide for Primary Care Physicians: Instrument-Based Vision Screening.
  2. Demonstrated Improvement in Pediatric Care Compared to Chart-Based Screening.