Web-Based Primary Eye Care Analyzer for future Tele-Eye Health Care System

Authors

  • Zuhaira Ilyana Bt Zainuddin Management and Science University (MSU)
  • Kevin Loo Teok Aik Management and Science University (MSU)
  • Rabab Alayham Abbas Helmi Management and Science University (MSU)
  • Mohd Zaki Awg Isa Management and Science University (MSU)

Keywords:

Web-based eye care analyzer, Tele-eye health, Optometry practice, Vision problems, Prevention of blindness

Abstract

Primary eye care (PEC) is a vital component in the primary health care system. It includes the promotion of eye health, the prevention, and the treatment of eye conditions that may lead to visual impairment and blindness. Early detection of vision problems provides early intervention and proper rehabilitation of those who are already visually impaired or blind. This study aimed to provide helps to eye care practitioners to aid early diagnosis and to do the calculation of refraction error, simulation, and analysis of prescription for the patients. The Tele-eye health web-based program consists of a primary eye care system, practitioner modules, and patient modules to assist a simulation for patient care, training, health promotion, educational purposes, reporting, and future research. This web-based Tele-eye health program for primary eye care analyzer allows eye care practitioners and optometrists to aid for early diagnosis of eye and vision problems and use for future telemedicine practice.

Author Biographies

Zuhaira Ilyana Bt Zainuddin, Management and Science University (MSU)

 
Faculty of Information Science and Engineering, Management & Science University

Kevin Loo Teok Aik, Management and Science University (MSU)


Faculty of Information Science and Engineering, Management & Science University

Rabab Alayham Abbas Helmi, Management and Science University (MSU)


1. Faculty of Information Science and Engineering, Management & Science University

2.Information Technology and Innovation Center, Management and Science University

Mohd Zaki Awg Isa, Management and Science University (MSU)


1. Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Management & Science University
2.  MSU Centre of Excellence in Vision and Eyecare, Management & Science University

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Published

2021-06-15