Assessment of vision problems among computer users at DRPCAU, Pusa
Sasmita Dandasena, Dr. Shishir Kala, Dr. Manorama Gupta and Charulata Naik
Computer Vision syndrome is a group of symptoms experienced by a computer user as they performed prolong work on a computer. To study the socio-economic characteristics and vision related problems of computer users. A pre structured questionnaire was prepared to collect all the data of computer users working in DRPCAU campus. The questionnaire contained demographic profile users and vision related problems of the computers. Half of the computer users were male and other half were female. Majority of the computer users were between the age group 20-30 years. 75 percent of computer users were post graduate having monthly income more than 20,000/-per month. All the respondents were using spectacles during their work. 78.33 percent of the computer users had experienced eye watering and 36.67 percent had blurred eyes while working with computer. 70 percent respondents had double vision, 46.66 percent had faced burning sensation while reading from computer screen. Age, Education and Income were positively significant, while work environment was negatively significant to the difficulties faced during both working with computer and reading from computer screen. CVS is a complex symptom. Most of the computer users are suffering from CVS, who worked more than 4 hrs in a day with computer.
How to cite this article:
Sasmita Dandasena, Dr. Shishir Kala, Dr. Manorama Gupta and Charulata Naik. Assessment of vision problems among computer users at DRPCAU, Pusa. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 334-339.