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Visual Health and Safety Protection Laboratory Carries out Myopia Prevention and Control Research for Adolescents in Beijing
Date: 2019-03-25    Source:CNIS   

The Visual Health and Safety Protection Laboratory of the CNIS undertook the Research Project on Photobiological Mechanisms and Applications for Health Lighting which belongs to the National Key R&D Plan in 2017, one of the important objectives of the project is to reduce the incidence of myopia among students by effectively changing the light environment and promoting scientific eye-using methods. For this reason, the CNIS plans to carry out a pilot demonstration of this project throughout the country. Schools participating in the demonstration include 10 primary and junior high schools in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Sichuan and Fujian. By tracking and collecting students' visual function physiological indexes, the effective assessment of students' visual function load during schoolwork provides a strong basis for effectively preventing myopia and improving students' working environment.
In March 2019, a new round of Beijing student experiments has begun. This experiment is aimed at teenagers aged 7-12. By measuring students' eye physiological indexes (eye axis, corneal refraction, corneal central thickness, etc.) and eye imaging indexes (higher order aberration, modulation transfer function, ciliary muscle regulation amplitude, etc.), the influence of illumination on students' visual fatigue is systematically evaluated. In order to comprehensively improve students' visual health, scientific matching, classroom lighting renovation and visual function tracking are used to provide assistance for comprehensive prevention and control of myopia among children and adolescents.

(Translated by Jenny Liu)




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