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  • Epidemiology of myopia and prevention of myopia progression in children in East Asia: a review. [Review]
  • HKHong Kong Med J 2018 Dec 03
  • Mak CY, Yam JC, … Young AL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although various methods are effective for controlling myopia progression in children, no curative remedy exists for myopia. Health care professionals should be aware of the available methods, as well as their risks and benefits. Treatment should be individualised and based on the preferences of the patient's family, after full discussion of the risks and benefits of each modality.
  • A Pilot Project Using Eye-Tracking Technology to Design a Standardised Anaesthesia Workspace. [Journal Article]
  • TJTurk J Anaesthesiol Reanim 2018; 46(6):411-415
  • Hanhan J, King R, … Mariano ER
  • CONCLUSIONS: Gaze fixation analyses showed that anaesthesiologists identified locations for the laryngoscope and propofol within easy reach and emergency medications further away. Because eye tracking can provide objective data to influence the design process, it may be useful when developing standardised anaesthesia workspace templates for individual practices.
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