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Frontiers in Medical Science Research, 2020, 2(3); doi: 10.25236/FMSR.2020.020303.

Statistical analysis of ophthalmic examination data


Wang Peiping, Zheng Chuna, Ke Changmin*

Corresponding Author:
Ke Changmin

The Fifth Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University, Zhuhai 519000, China
*Corresponding author


Objective: To understand the specific data of ophthalmic examination in the physical examination of modern population and analyze the health status of the population. Methods: this study randomly chose 2019 in our hospital during January to December 2019, slit lamp examination of twenty thousand people and ten thousand people of non-contact intraocular pressure tests as the main object of study, the medical personnel's eye test data were retrospectively analyzed, through the statistics of the medical staff of the age, sex, occupation and eye diseases, understanding whether the eye health of modern people in the sub-health state. Results: the results show that the eye disease and the relationship between the gender perspective, male patients with eye disease is not obvious difference with the number of female patients with eye disease, confirmed that the eye disease of modern people and not very close connection between gender, whether male or female are likely eye disease; In terms of the relationship between ophthalmic disease and patient age, the number of patients aged between 18 and 50 was the largest, reaching 53.0% in this study, accounting for more than half of the total number of cases. In addition, the number of patients aged above 50 and below 18 was relatively low. The data show that people aged 18-50 are the people who use their eyes most frequently in contemporary society and have a high probability of developing eye diseases, followed by some elderly people and students. From the point of eye disease and professional distribution, teachers and cadres generally higher on the incidence of eye disease, from the professional characteristics may be because the daily work need to use a computer or electronic devices more frequently, in addition, workers and other professional eye disease distribution data was only slightly lower, analysis and there is a connection between work environment. Conclusion: To sum up, in the process of physical examination of modern population, the results of eye examination are not optimistic, and many people's eye health problems are severely challenged. Therefore, we should attach great importance to the eye health problems of different people in the follow-up work. In the future work, we can consider the establishment of a comprehensive eye health management system, and make the data content highly consistent with the physiological state of the eyes of modern people and the characteristics of the onset of eye diseases, grasp the modern people's eye health status.


Health examination; Eye examination; Data statistics

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Wang Peiping, Zheng Chuna, Ke Changmin. Statistical analysis of ophthalmic examination data. Frontiers in Medical Science Research (2020) Vol. 2 Issue 3: 16-21. https://doi.org/10.25236/FMSR.2020.020303.


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