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Eyecare course

 

Home | Introduction | Eye and Vision | Common eye problems in students | Common eye problems related to the use of digital screen devices | Management and prevention of Computer Vision Syndrome

 

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Management and prevention of Computer Vision Syndrome

 

  1. 5.1
    Objective: To know about the tips to prevent Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) – Rule of Triple "A"s 
    eye problems
    What is the Rule of Triple "A"? To prevent eye problems related to prolonged use of digital screen devices, there are generally three adjustments to be remembered – the Rule of Triple "A"s preventive strategies:

  2. 5.2
    Adjust environment
    Adjust environment
  3. 5.3
    Adjust digital screen devices 
    Adjust digital screen devices
  4. 5.4
    Adjust behaviours 
    blink regularlybeyond the screenLimit electroniceye care professional
    Remember to blink regularly and completely""20-20-20 see beyond the screen rule" – look at something 20 feet (or 6 m) away for 20 seconds every 20 minutesLimit electronic device use and increase outdoor playSeek advice from eye care professional to exclude serious eye problems if symptoms persist


  1.  
    Congratulation

    5.5 Summary

    Congratulation! You have completed Chapter 5. You should now be able to understand the Rule of Triple "A"s to prevent the Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS).
  2. 5.6
    Further reading:
    "Eye Care" (GovHK)
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