Computer visual syndrome has become an increasing common occupational issues and a growing public health problem, but its definition and diagnosis is often questionable The Italian culturally adapted version (CVS-Q_IT©) of the validated Spanish CVS-Q, was administered to 238 Italian workers who use video display units (VDU) in order to estimate the prevalence of CVS and evaluate its relationship with possible risk factors

Prevalence and determinants of computer vision syndrome in Italian workers.

Angela Carta
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Stefano Porru
2021

Abstract

Computer visual syndrome has become an increasing common occupational issues and a growing public health problem, but its definition and diagnosis is often questionable The Italian culturally adapted version (CVS-Q_IT©) of the validated Spanish CVS-Q, was administered to 238 Italian workers who use video display units (VDU) in order to estimate the prevalence of CVS and evaluate its relationship with possible risk factors
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