TITLE

Children's Vision Health

AUTHOR(S)
Nottingham Chaplin, P. Kay; Baldonado, Kira; Ramsey, Jean E.
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Exchange (19460406);May/Jun2014, Issue 217, p36
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on eye care of children. It states that amblyopia can occur in children due to misaligned eyes, blurred images and refractive error asymmetry. It discusses components of early childhood program for vision health including approval of parents for eye test, engaging parents in promotion of eye care and a plan for having eye glasses. INSETS: Children Who Should Bypass Vision Screening and Go Directly to...;National and International Guidelines for Standardized Eye....
ACCESSION #
96043827

 

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