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The Role of Screen Time in Dry Eye Disease

  Channels: General | Posted 10/7/2020

In the first virtual episode of On The Surface, Laura M. Periman, MD, and Josh Johnston, OD, FAAO, examine the relationship between dry eye disease (DED) and screen time. Together, they review the latest literature and discuss the implications of DED on both workplace productivity and overall quality of life in an increasingly digital world.

REFERENCES

Akkaya S, Atakan T, Acikalin B, Aksoy S, Ozkurt Y. Effects of long-term computer use on eye dryness. North Clin Istanb 2018;5(4):319–322.

Nichols KK, Bacharach J, Holland E, Kislan T, Shettle L, Lunacsek O, Lennert B, Burk C, Patel V. Impact of Dry Eye Disease on Work Productivity, and Patients' Satisfaction With Over-the-Counter Dry Eye Treatments. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2016 Jun 1;57(7):2975-82.

Santen, 2014. The Osaka Study: An Epidemiological Survey Showing That Dry Eye Disease Lowers Work Productivity, Affects Quality Of Life And Correlates With Metabolic Syndrome.


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REFERENCES

Akkaya S, Atakan T, Acikalin B, Aksoy S, Ozkurt Y. Effects of long-term computer use on eye dryness. North Clin Istanb 2018;5(4):319–322.

Nichols KK, Bacharach J, Holland E, Kislan T, Shettle L, Lunacsek O, Lennert B, Burk C, Patel V. Impact of Dry Eye Disease on Work Productivity, and Patients' Satisfaction With Over-the-Counter Dry Eye Treatments. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2016 Jun 1;57(7):2975-82.

Santen, 2014. The Osaka Study: An Epidemiological Survey Showing That Dry Eye Disease Lowers Work Productivity, Affects Quality Of Life And Correlates With Metabolic Syndrome.