Hence, all presbyopic
subjects (40 years and above) were excluded from this study to ensure that only computer use-related symptoms were reported.
Specialists in presbyopic
, or intraocular, lens surgery describe aspects of the procedure for other ophthalmologists.
plans to create a commercial version of the electrically adjusted eyeglasses to market to presbyopic
people, who typically wear bifocals, trifocals, or graded lenses.
Steeped as I have been in the historical evidence, perhaps becoming presbyopic
as a result, the long-term benefits of tax credits seem to me to outweigh their near-term difficulties.
Statistically, the baby boomer generation is becoming presbyopic
in greater numbers than any other population.
Those who are farsighted and prematurely presbyopic
(in their late 30s) may indeed be candidates for this procedure but not most aviators.
While the demands presbyopic
baby boomers are putting on vendors to deliver reading glasses with an up-to-the-minute look are helping to lift reading glasses sales, it is the age group's sheer numbers and the fact that one's eyes deteriorate after a certain age that have led to record sales over the past few years.
Larger type sizes aid both the visually impaired and presbyopic
They are not used to treat people who have trouble seeing near objects--those who are farsighted--or people who need reading glasses as a result of the aging process--those who are presbyopic
It can improve the visual acuity of clinicians and assist presbyopic
hygienists, resulting in better musculoskeletal health.
Research on the effects on visual resolution of this correcting strategy for presbyopia has been limited in range of "add" powers and to a presbyopic
During the second visit, the assessor will observe pre-regs performing a full sight test on a presbyopic
patient and a contact lens aftercare.