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1. Work-Related Eye Injuries: A Relevant Health Problem. Main Epidemiological Data from a Highly-Industrialized Area of Northern Italy Full Text available with Trip Pro

Work-Related Eye Injuries: A Relevant Health Problem. Main Epidemiological Data from a Highly-Industrialized Area of Northern Italy The province of Modena is one of the most industrialized areas of Northern Italy. The medical records of the Ophthalmological Emergency Department (OED) of Modena University Hospital were studied: there were 13,470 OED accesses in 2014 and in 754 cases that an occupational eye injury occurred. The frequency of work-related eye injuries (3‰) was lower compared (...) risk. Furthermore, the planning of specific interventions for eye-injured workers may be useful, considering that a previous injury does not appear to encourage the adoption of preventive interventions, and a subgroup of eye-injured workers have a potential risk for new injuries. Finally, the data presented here indicates how OED records, integrated with specific occupational information, can be applied for studies on work-related eye injuries.

2017 International journal of environmental research and public health

2. Prevalence of self-reported work-related illness and injuries among building construction workers, Shiraz, Iran Full Text available with Trip Pro

-statement questionnaire regarding the prevalence of self-reported work-related illness and injuries (WRIIs), in Shiraz, Iran. The association of WRII with demographic variables were studied. The overall prevalence rate of occupational injuries was 31 %. Musculoskeletal disorders (53.3 %), eye diseases (34.1 %) and skin diseases (30.1 %) have been the most prevalent work-related illnesses among construction workers, respectively. The prevalence of WRIIs among construction workers was significantly (...) Prevalence of self-reported work-related illness and injuries among building construction workers, Shiraz, Iran The construction industry is one of the largest and most hazardous industries in the world, which has a direct role in the development of countries. The purpose of this study was to investigate the prevalence of self-reported work-related illness and injuries among construction workers in Shiraz, Iran. 850 randomly selected workers from 2450 construction sites completed a self

2018 EXCLI journal

3. Work-Related Eye Injury

Work-Related Eye Injury Work-Related Eye Injury Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Work-Related Eye Injury Work-Related (...) Eye Injury Aka: Work-Related Eye Injury , Eye Injury in the Workplace From Related Chapters II. Epidemiology : >65,000 cases in U.S. annually III. Examination See IV. Prevention See available on site Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Work-Related Eye Injury." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Related Topics in Sports

2018 FP Notebook

4. Prevalence and risk factors associated with work-related eye injuries in Bosnia and Herzegovina Full Text available with Trip Pro

Prevalence and risk factors associated with work-related eye injuries in Bosnia and Herzegovina Eye injuries are a prevalent workplace injury and cause substantial disability when vision is impaired.To examine work-relatedness of demographic, injury, and clinical characteristics of eye injuries in a large clinic in Bosnia and Herzegovina.We performed a nine-year retrospective study of patients admitted with an eye injury to the Canton Hospital in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzeogvina. Controlling (...) for age and sex, we used logistic regression to examine the influence of work-relatedness on patient and injury characteristics and clinical outcomes.Of 258 patients, 71 (27.5%) had work-related and 180 (69.8%) had non-work-related eye injuries. Work-related eye injury was associated with age, education, occupation, and injury type. Agricultural workers were eight times more likely to experience work-related eye injury (95%CI = 1.21-152.0) compared to manual workers. Work-relatedness of injury did

2016 International journal of occupational and environmental health

5. Epidemiology of eye injuries in a high-income developing country: An observational study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

and Saturday) and during the summer vacation. Cornea injuries (48.2%) were the most frequent cause for visual acuity deterioration followed by lens/cataract (23.4%). Among injured eyes, 30 eyes (21.3%) retained intraocular foreign bodies. There was significant improvement of the visual acuity after surgery (P < .0001, Wilcoxon signed rank test).Our study has shown that eye injury is a major risk for visual loss of young people which is mainly work-related. Use of personal protective equipment for the eyes (...) Epidemiology of eye injuries in a high-income developing country: An observational study. Vision loss following eye trauma is a serious health problem worldwide. The aim of the study was to report the epidemiology of eye injury that requires hospitalization and surgery at a secondary referral center in a high-income developing country so as to give recommendations regarding its prevention.All patients who had an eye injury that required surgical intervention between 2012 and 2017 at Al-Ain

2019 Medicine

6. Demographic Characteristics and Clinical Outcome of Work-related Open Globe Injuries in the Most Industrialised Region of Turkey Full Text available with Trip Pro

. Visual acuity categories were defined according to the World Health Organization. The injury types and zones of the open globes were classified according to Birmingham Eye Trauma Terminology System.Among 479 patients with work-related eye injuries in 5 years, there were 102 eyes of 101 patients with open globe injuries (21%). The mean age of the patients was 34.5±8.9 years with a mean follow-up of 12.5±12.6 months. The injuries peaked in June in the hour between 12:00 and 13:00. Eighty-six percent (...) Demographic Characteristics and Clinical Outcome of Work-related Open Globe Injuries in the Most Industrialised Region of Turkey To evaluate demographic characteristics and clinical outcomes of work-related open globe injuries in the most industrialized region of Turkey.The demographic and medical records of patients with work-related open globe injuries who presented to the ophthalmology or emergency departments with an official occupational accident report were retrospectively reviewed

2017 Turkish Journal of Ophthalmology

7. Work-Related Eye Injury

Work-Related Eye Injury Work-Related Eye Injury Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Work-Related Eye Injury Work-Related (...) Eye Injury Aka: Work-Related Eye Injury , Eye Injury in the Workplace From Related Chapters II. Epidemiology : >65,000 cases in U.S. annually III. Examination See IV. Prevention See available on site Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Work-Related Eye Injury." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Related Topics in Sports

2015 FP Notebook

8. Safe Cholecystectomy Multi-Society Practice Guideline and State of the Art Consensus Conference on Prevention of Bile Duct Injury during Cholecystectomy

Safe Cholecystectomy Multi-Society Practice Guideline and State of the Art Consensus Conference on Prevention of Bile Duct Injury during Cholecystectomy Safe Cholecystectomy Multi-Society Practice Guideline and State of the Art Consensus Conference on Prevention of Bile Duct Injury during Cholecystectomy - A SAGES Publication Reimagining surgical care for a healthier world Safe Cholecystectomy Multi-Society Practice Guideline and State of the Art Consensus Conference on Prevention of Bile Duct (...) Injury during Cholecystectomy L. Michael Brunt 1 , MD, Daniel J. Deziel 2 , MD, Dana A. Telem 3 , MD,MPH, Steven M. Strasberg 1 , MD, Rajesh Aggarwal 4 , MD, Horacio Asbun 5 , MD, Jaap Bonjer 6 , MD, Marian McDonald 7 , MD, Adnan Alseidi 8 , MD, Mike Ujiki 9 , MD, Taylor S. Riall 10 , MD,PhD, Chet Hammill 1 , MD, Carol-Anne Moulton 11 , MD, Philip H. Pucher 12 , MD, Rowan W. Parks 13 , MD, Mohammed T. Ansari 14 , MD, MMedSc, MPhil, Saxon Connor 15 , MD, Rebecca C. Dirks 16 , MD, Blaire Anderson 1

2020 Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons

9. Primary prevention of ocular injury in agricultural workers with safety eyewear Full Text available with Trip Pro

of ocular trauma compared to those in Group B. Injuries in both groups were caused by parts of the paddy plant. A significant number (76.2%) of workers used the goggles all or most of the time during work. Impaired vision when wearing goggles was the most frequent barrier reported by the workers. Other barriers were discomfort, shyness, forgetfulness, apathy, slowing of work pace, awkward appearance, and breakages.Safety eyewear conferred significant protection against work-related eye injuries (...) Primary prevention of ocular injury in agricultural workers with safety eyewear The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of preventing eye injury with the use of safety eyewear in agriculture workers.A sample group of 575 agricultural workers (Group A) engaged in harvesting paddy were provided with goggles with side covers. Following harvesting, a questionnaire-based survey was carried out to determine the frequency of their eye injuries. Workers with goggles were asked

2017 Indian journal of ophthalmology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

10. Visual outcome after emergency surgery for open globe eye injury in Japan Full Text available with Trip Pro

), but not in the females. Twenty-five patients had injury to the right eye (62.5%) and 15 had injury to the left eye (37.5%). A significant improvement in visual acuity was achieved after treatment of injury to the right eye (P=0.021), but not the left eye (P=0.109). The most frequent cause of injury was an accident (15 eyes; 37.5%). The second most frequent cause was work-related injury (14 eyes; 35.0%), which only occurred in males, and the third cause was accident due to negligence (eleven eyes; 27.5%). Two (...) patients developed sympathetic ophthalmia and one patient developed postoperative endophthalmitis.The majority of patients with open globe eye injury were male workers in Japan. The visual outcome of work-related injury was better than that of injury due to other causes. The visual outcome was also better if the right eye was injured compared with the left eye. Patients with injuries due to negligence were older than the other groups, and this finding might be characteristic of an aging society.

2016 Clinical ophthalmology (Auckland, N.Z.)

11. Ankle sprain as a work-related accident: status of proprioception after 2 weeks Full Text available with Trip Pro

undergone an ankle sprain due to a work-related accident comprised the cases group. The following stability tests were undertaken to both the healthy and injuried feet using a force plate: Monopodal Romberg test with eyes open, Monopodal Romberg test with eyes open on a 30 mm thick foam rubber, Monopodal Romberg test with eyes closed, and Romberg test as monopodal support with eyes closed on a 30 mm thick foam rubber. A multiple logistic regression analysis was performed. From the results (...) Ankle sprain as a work-related accident: status of proprioception after 2 weeks This study aims at verifying whether proprioception is abnormal or not, two weeks after a grade 1 and 2 ankle sprain in the scope of work-related accident.A descriptive, observation and transversal study was designed to compare speed, movement and oscilation of centre of pressure in employees of companies signed up to a mutual company. Participants' healthy feet comprised the control group, and feet that had

2017 PeerJ

12. Corneal superficial injury

Hospital Discharge Survey for 2001 in the United States (n = 422,604 patient visits) found the incidence of superficial injury of the eye and adnexa to be approximately 3 per 1000 people and the incidence of foreign body on the external eye to be 2 per 1000 people [ ]. A study [ ] looking at work-related eye injuries in a large car manufacturing company in the United States over a 3 year period (n = 1,983) found that: Superficial corneal foreign body was the most common type of injury (69.2 (...) rings that remain after removal of a metallic foreign body. Loose superficial foreign bodies should be removed if the expertise and equipment are available in primary care. Analgesia and ocular lubricants should be offered for pain relief. The need for topical antibiotics such as chloramphenicol to prevent secondary infection should be considered. Advice should be given on suitable eye protection to prevent injury in the future. The person should be advised to avoid rubbing or touching the eye

2017 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

13. Visual outcomes and prognostic factors in open-globe injuries. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Trauma Classification Group, wound location was classified into three zones. Chi-square test was used to compare presented data.Out of the 59 patients, 46 were placed in the Light Perception (LP) group, and 13 were placed in the No Light Perception (NLP) group. Work-related trauma was the most common cause (27 eyes) followed by falls (19eyes). Work-related trauma was common in males (P = 0.004), while falls was significantly common in females (P = 0.00001). Zone III injuries had statistically (...) Visual outcomes and prognostic factors in open-globe injuries. Ocular trauma is an important cause of visual loss worldwide. Improvements in our knowledge of the pathophysiology and management of ocular trauma during the past 30 years, in conjunction with advances in the instrumentation and techniques of ocular surgery, have improved the efficacy of vitreoretinal surgery in injured eyes. The aim of the current study was to determine the visual outcomes and prognostic factors of open-globe

2018 BMC Ophthalmology

14. Professional Consequences of Ocular Trauma Hospitalized at the Hospital Centre of Clermont-Ferrand

at least 6 months after their hospitalization for ocular trauma. Secondary objectives are to assess, at least 6 months after an hospitalized ocular trauma, characteristics of eye injuries, characteristics of patients, mid-term consequences at work after eye injury and on personal aspects. Condition or disease Eye Injuries Work Performance Occupational Stress Detailed Description: Use of the ophthalmologic consultation report, the ophthalmologic hospitalization report and a telephone questionnaire (...) [ Time Frame: at day 1 ] corneal wound, scleral wound, cataract, wounds of the lid margin, of the lacrymal ducts, hyphaema, ocular hypertension, intravitreal haemorrhage, ulceration, others Final ocular sequelae [ Time Frame: at 6 month ] All ocular complications that may have an impact on the final visual fonction (qualitative scale) Proportion of work-related ocular trauma [ Time Frame: at 6 month ] Proportion of work-related ocular trauma Wear of protective eyewear during traumatism [ Time Frame

2018 Clinical Trials

15. A Retrospective Study on Clinical Features and Visual Outcome of Patients Hospitalized for Ocular Trauma in Cangzhou, China Full Text available with Trip Pro

significantly (Spearman's test, r = 0.802, p = 0.001). Conclusions. Susceptible population of eye injuries were middle- and young-aged working groups, and the proportion of males was higher. The leading two types of ocular trauma were work-related and home-related. Initial VA was a significant predictor of the final VA and the OTS possibly had predictive value in the final VA. (...) , with a male-to-female ratio of 5.1 : 1. Mean age was 43.6 ± 18.3 years (5-95 years). The largest age group was 45-59 years old, followed by 30-44 years old, presenting two peaks of the age distribution and accounting for 28.5% and 27.2%, respectively. The most frequent type of injuries was work-related (194, 40.6%) followed by home-related (123, 25.7%). Initial visual acuity (VA) correlated with final VA (Spearman's test, r = 0.703, p = 0.001). The Ocular Trauma Score also correlated with the final VA

2017 Journal of ophthalmology

16. Ocular traumas in working age adults in Finland - Helsinki Ocular Trauma Study. (Abstract)

trauma patients, 80% were men, 34% were work-related injuries, and 11% were assaults. Most of the injuries were minor traumas (54%). Contusions (22.5%) and chemical injuries and burns (13%) were common. Fractures (5%), lid wounds (3%), open globe injuries (OGI, 2%) and optic nerve injuries (0.5%) were rare. The main causes of ocular injury were superficial foreign bodies (33%), chemicals (13%), body parts (13%) and sports equipment (10%). The most dangerous objects were needles, stones, pellet guns (...) Ocular traumas in working age adults in Finland - Helsinki Ocular Trauma Study. To describe epidemiology, causes, treatments and outcomes of ocular injuries in adults aged 17 to 60 in southern Finland.All new ocular trauma patients admitted to the Helsinki University Eye Hospital (HUEH), during 1 year in 2011-2012. The data were from hospital records and prospectively from patient questionnaires. The follow-up time was 3 months.The incidence for ocular injury was 88/100 000/year. From 831

2016 Acta ophthalmologica

17. Occupational injuries in Canadian youth: an analysis of 22 years of surveillance data collected from the Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program Full Text available with Trip Pro

Occupational injuries in Canadian youth: an analysis of 22 years of surveillance data collected from the Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program Inexperience, inadequate training and differential hazard exposure may contribute to a higher risk of injury in young workers. This study describes features of work-related injuries in young Canadians to identify areas for potential occupational injury prevention strategies.We analyzed records for youth aged 10-17 presenting (...) to Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program (CHIRPP) emergency departments (EDs) from 1991-2012. We classified work-related injuries into job groups corresponding to National Occupational Classification for Statistics 2006 codes and conducted descriptive analyses to assess injury profiles by job group. Age- and sex-adjusted proportionate injury ratios (PIRs) and 95% confidence intervals (CIs) were calculated to compare the nature of injuries between occupational and non-occupational

2016 Health promotion and chronic disease prevention in Canada : research, policy and practice

18. Adjunctive Steroid Combination in Ocular Trauma (ASCOT) Study

with open globe injuries lose a mean of 70 days of work. In the United States work related eye injuries cost over $300 million per year (www.prevent blindness.org) this equates to an annual cost to the UK economy (for which no comparable data exists) of £37.5 million. In the UK it is estimated that 5000 patients per year sustain eye injuries serious enough to require hospital admission and of these 250 will be permanently blinded in the injured eye. Recent European studies document incidences of 2.4 (...) and 3.2 per 100000 per year for open-globe injuries which suggests an annual incidence for the UK of between 1500 and 2000. Ocular injuries which result in visual loss invariably affect the posterior segment of the eye and prevention of visual loss involves posterior segment (vitreoretinal) surgery. It is clear from recent published data that although vitreoretinal surgical techniques have improved, outcomes remain unsatisfactory and that development of the intraocular scarring response proliferative

2016 Clinical Trials

19. Predictive factors of open globe injury in patients requiring vitrectomy. (Abstract)

injury mechanism (43%) with most injuries occurring secondary to work related incidents (54%). After surgical interventions, 78% of the patients had visual improvement of one or more Snellen lines, while no light perception occurred in 10%. Anatomical attachment was achieved in 87% of eyes at the final follow up. Logistic regression analysis showed that the presence of a relative afferent pupillary defect (RAPD) was a significant predictive factor of visual outcome, while initial retinal detachment (...) Predictive factors of open globe injury in patients requiring vitrectomy. To determine the outcomes and predictive factors of patients with open globe injury requiring pars plana vitrectomy (PPV).The medical records of 114 patients age 10 years or older who had undergone PPV due to ocular trauma, with at least 6 months follow up, were retrospectively reviewed.The mean age of the patients was 42 (SD14) years, with males accounting for 89% of the cases. Penetrating eye injury was the most common

2014 Injury

20. Causes and Characteristics of Occupational Eye Injuries in Western Turkey

Study Description Go to Brief Summary: Patients with work-related eye injuries (WREI) admitted to the center in the four-year period were enrolled in this prospective study. Institutional Review Board approval was obtained before commencement of the study. A special data recording system was developed for the study. The study sample comprised only the casualties occurred at workplace and while working de facto. The data were abstracted via face to face contact in the emergency department (ED (...) Causes and Characteristics of Occupational Eye Injuries in Western Turkey Causes and Characteristics of Occupational Eye Injuries in Western Turkey - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Causes

2011 Clinical Trials

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