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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

July - September 9[3] 2017

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Assessment of risk factors for ophthalmic injuries

Author: NIYAZOVA ANVAROVNA
Abstract: Injuries to the eyes occupy a leading place among other causes of visual impairment and account for 16.7% of the primary disabled persons with a range of 3% to 28.6%. Visual impairment remains one of the causes of blindness and disability. Prevention of eye injuries is one of the priority areas of reasonable health care and goes far beyond purely ophthalmic problems. To study a complex of factors that cause visual impairment and its complications. Materials and methods. The research was conducted among the population of the Fergana Valley. A total of 1861 maps of patients with ocular trauma were reviewed and copied. Results. Domestic traumatism was registered with the same frequency among both men (42.9%) and women (43.6%). Industrial injuries were almost 1.2 times more frequent among men than among women. Street injuries were 1.3 times more prevalent among surveyed women than among men. Metal fragments are the most frequent wounding objects in industrial injuries. Dust (28.0%), burns (18.2%), and wooden objects (11.5%) are the most common type of injury. Children's eyes are damaged by dust (19.8%), wood (20.2%) and burns (10.7%). Visible injuries were more common in summer (32.4 per cent), slightly less common in spring (29.8 per cent) and winter (26.5 per cent), and most rarely in autumn (11.3 per cent).
Keyword: ophthalmic traumatism, risk factors of eye traumatism, household traumatism, street traumatism, industrial traumatism
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.03.091
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