an assessment of driving fitness in patients with visual impairment to understand the elevated risk

an assessment of driving fitness in patients with visual impairment to understand the elevated risk of motor vehicle accidents

by:XY Screens     2020-02-13
Abstract: objective to evaluate the driving adaptability of glaucoma patients by identifying the specific field of view damage area and degree that threaten safe driving.
Design case-control study.
This prospective study included 36 patients with advanced glaucoma, defined as the Humphrey Field Analyzer (HFA; 24-
2 SITA standard procedure)
Mean deviation measurement of two eyes below-12 db and 36 years old-
Exposure time for driving-
Matched normal subjects.
All participants were tested in the new driving simulator (DS)system.
Participants were recruited from September 2010 to January 2012.
The main results measure the number of collisions and braking response times of simulated hazards in 14 DS scenarios.
Single eye HFA 24-
The two test results of the two eyes are combined to calculate the comprehensive vision of the eyes (IVF).
The location of the test tube baby sub-field where the collision is located-
Sensitivity of related patients is lower than collision-
Patients who were not involved were compared with the dangerous trajectory. The cut-
The off value of the predicted increase in collision risk, as well as its sensitivity and specificity, the region under the operating properties of the receiver (AUROC)curve.
Results The number of collisions involving DS in patients with advanced glaucoma was significantly higher than age-
Exposure time for driving-
Paired normal subjects (
119 vs 40, p
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