TITLE

Tips for Managing Computer Vision Syndrome

AUTHOR(S)
Sitzman, Kathy
PUB. DATE
December 2005
SOURCE
AAOHN Journal;Dec2005, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p556
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Offers advice on managing computer vision syndrome. Number of individuals in the U.S. who use computers at work; Percentage of computer users who experience eyestrain; Symptoms of computer vision syndrome. INSET: Workplace Tips for Managing Computer Vision Syndrome.
ACCESSION #
20399485

 

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