Photoscreen So Children Flourish
Detect amblyopia risk factors in patients too young for a visual acuity test.
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Helping Pediatricians Be A Warrior In The Battle Against Kid’s Blindness.
Dr. Robert Arnold is the Pediatric Ophthalmologist and former chairman of the AAPOS vision screening committee. In this video, he speaks about refractive disorders in pediatric patients and why they are often invisible to pediatricians, how photoscreening is a proven and recommended methodology to detect vision issues in patients too young for a visual acuity test, and reviews a study of GoCheck Kids with over 600 participants across Alaska that found a positive predictive value of 80%. He calls on all pediatricians to be a warrior in the battle against kid’s blindness in their communities.
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How many children are you missing? How many parents walk out of the well-child visit thinking nothing is wrong? Vision disorders in patients who are too young for a visual acuity test can place them in danger of losing their vision and missing developmental milestones.