You searched for "driving"

1572 results found

Blinking and driving

Spontaneous blinking is dependent on cognitive processes and is regulated by a central pacemaker that is highly sensitive to the attention demands and cognitive workload of the visual task in hand. There is evidence of a variability in the frequency...

Driving with retinitis pigmentosa

The authors present a study of 228 consecutive patients with a clinical or genetic diagnosis of retinitis pigmentosa. Data was collected prospectively between January 2012 and October 2022 in Perth, Australia. The study aimed to determine the proportion of patients...

Driving with the use of spectacle mounted telescopes (bioptics)

The authors discuss the current perspectives of spectacle mounted telescopes (bioptics) whilst driving among patients with visual impairment. The history, design and driving laws surrounding the use of bioptics is discussed in detail. In 1977, William Feinbloom developed a bioptic...

The decline in attentional visual fields in the Salisbury Eye Evaluation Driving Study

The purpose was to document changes in attentional visual field (AVF) over time and analyse the possible baseline characteristics predicting a decline in AVF size over time. Data was taken from a sample of 968 individuals. The authors found a...

“Herr Doktor, I can’t see but I am driving”

This 56-year-old lady was quite puzzling. With her own glasses and the pinhole she merely managed to see the 1.3 and 1.0 logMAR lines with her right and left eye, respectively (I am currently working in Germany again, so goodbye...

Using a driving simulator to explore the effect of visual field loss from optic disc drusen

The purpose of this study was to compare driving simulator performance of participants with visual field loss (VFL) from optic disc drusen (ODD) with a normally sighted control group and a group of individuals with glaucoma. Data on performance and...

College of Optometrists urges public to wear their glasses for night driving

As the clocks go back into Greenwich Mean Time, and the nights draw in, experts at The College of Optometrists are urging those drivers who have been advised to wear glasses while driving, to don their spectacles before getting behind the wheel.

Zeiss @ 100% Ophthalmology: Driving Digital Transformation in your Retina Patient Pathway

@12.30 - 13.30 Are inefficiencies in your clinic causing backlogs? Are your clinics running over schedule? This 1-hour lecture promises to inspire your approach to data-driven retina management. With unique customer perspectives, case discussions and live workflow demonstrations, join us to see how you can shape the future of your retina patient pathways.

Zeiss @ 100% Ophthalmology: Driving Digital Transformation in your Cataract Patient Pathway

@14.30 - 15.30 Are inefficiencies in your clinic causing backlogs? Are your theatre lists running over schedule? This 1-hour lecture promises to inspire your approach to data-driven cataract management. With unique customer perspectives, use case discussions and workflow demonstrations, join us to see how you can shape the future of your cataract patient pathways.

Zeiss @ 100% Ophthalmology: Driving Digital Transformation in your Glaucoma Patient Pathway

@10.30 - 11.30 Are inefficiencies in your clinic causing backlogs? Are your clinics running over schedule? This 1-hour lecture promises to inspire your approach to data-driven glaucoma management. With unique customer perspectives, case discussions and live workflow demonstrations, join us to see how you can shape the future of your glaucoma patient pathways.

Eyes on the road – visual standards for car drivers

The author examines the current visual standards required by drivers and asks whether more needs to be done to make roads safer. Are the public adequately protected by the current system of visual standards required by drivers? In a survey...