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A Cross-Sectional Research To Assess The Pattern And Frequency Of Ocular Emergency The Traumatic And Non-Traumatic Patients

Dr.Safar Ali Shah Shazia Shabbar
2018 Zenodo  
Objectives: The purpose of the study is to conclude the periodicity along with the structure of the ocular state displayed to the ophthalmic disaster in the hospital. Methodology: We carried out this cross-sectional research at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore (January – November 2017). The number of patients enrolled for the study is 960 affected with visual infection by the accidental way and outpatients. The questionnaire served the purpose of recording victim statistical information, thorough
more » ... formation, thorough background, and final report. Either age group, gender, ocular characteristics, and analysis are basic factors for statistical data. Results: Among the 960 participants in the study, the number of women was four hundred five (42.2%) along with five hundred fifty-five men (57.8%). We divide the entire patients into two groups (Group A =Traumatic & Group B = Non-traumatic). The number of patients in Group A as well as in Group "B" are 536 (55.8%) and 424 (44.2%) respectively. The dominant reasons in group B are, the percentage of corneal ulcer is 10.10%, acute uveitis 2.6%, retinal vascular disease 1.2% and acute glaucoma 1% etc. However, in Group "A" Ninety-four percent of victims are safe from any other kind of infection whereas infectious patient's percentage Group "B" is just six percent. The percentage of the globe, as well as additional globe infection in those patients who are not affected, are 44.6% with additional globe and globe infection percentages are 23.8 & 23 respectively. The mechanical damages to eyes at working locations are the most general damages of ocular emergency with 70.7%. Conclusion: The general optical accidents were acute uveitis and glaucoma, infective keratitis and conjunctivitis. Women especially average age housewives had general optical emergencies. Accidents concerning to eyes generally regis [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1464649 fatcat:hmnjgunb4rglvbhdqo6b3y57y4